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Britneys Image Change and Its Effect on Her Carrier Unless youve been stuck in a cave for the past 5 years you probably know who Britney Spears is Throughout the years that she has been in the spotlight she has gradually changed her image from a sweet southern girl into an erotic pop queen Some people love the change others despise it but most everyone has a valid reason for either loving or hating the change This is not a paper dedicated to bashing Britney Spears for looking sensual I am simply going to explain the benefits that came from her image change and the negative effects that extracted from the change Turning from sweet to sexy was probably a smart business move for Britney to make because her musical abilities are far from outstanding I have watched her concerts many times on television and she sounds un-tuned on the songs that she actually sings Most of her dance songs sound very good live but that is only due to the fact that her voice is pre-recorded I know this because there is no way that anyone could sing so perfect and also do all those crazy dance moves she does at the same time Now that she is so sexy people watch her concerts just to get a view of what she is wearing or rather what she isnt wearing She also doesnt write her own songs which is a sure sign that someone doesnt really have enough musical talent I saw her Diary show on MTV and it showed how she worked in the studio I expected 2 to see her and the producer exchanging ideas and thinking about the musical arrangements on the album Instead it looked as if she was a puppet in the studio The producer was telling her how to sing on a song that somebody else wrote and she just stood in the recording booth
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