Spears spent the next three years studying at the Professional Performing Arts School, and also appeared in several television commercials and off-Broadway plays. Its success touched off a wave of young pop divas that included Christina Aguilera, P! As the hubbub surrounding Sean's birth continued, Britney released a remix album just in time for the holiday season. The album outsold its predecessor in all countries except the U. Archived from on 19 November 2013. It was released on 29 November 2013 in and on 3 December 2013 worldwide except for Japan, which was released 29 January 2014.
The album was a commercial success, selling over 215,000 copies in its first three days of sales. More than any other single artist, Britney Spears was the driving force behind the return of teen pop in the late '90s. Baby One More Time had sold ten million copies, and went on to sell a good three million more on top of that. In the spring of 1996, Green Day abruptly canceled a European tour, claiming exhaustion. Green Day arose from the Northern California underground punk scene. In early 2002, Spears' feature-film debut, Crossroads, hit theaters, but its commercial performance was somewhat disappointing; moreover, her romance with Timberlake fizzled not long after. Insomniac performed well initially, entering the U.
Dookie also won the 1994 Grammy for Best Alternative Music Performance. Britney Jean Spears was born December 2, 1981, in the small town of Kentwood, Louisiana, and began performing as a singer and dancer at a young age. At 11, she returned to The New Mickey Mouse Club for a second audition, and this time made the cut. The results, In the Zone, reflected a wish to be taken seriously as a mature though still highly sexualized adult. Impressed with Mya's audition, Islam signed her to Interscope Records. I don't wanna make this Harder than I have to This is how it has to be There's so many things I want to say But you just don't listen to me. With a nationally televised appearance on Star Search already under her belt, Spears auditioned for the Disney Channel's The New Mickey Mouse Club at age eight.
Dookie sold over ten million copies, paving the way for a string of multi-platinum releases that opened the doors for a flood of American neo-punk, punk metal, and third wave ska revivalists. She returned to New York at age 15 and set about auditioning for pop bands and recording demo tapes, one of which eventually landed her a deal with Jive Records. Soon, the group had signed a contract with local independent label Lookout. It proved to be her least successful album to date, charting three Top 40 hits but failing to achieve platinum certification within its first year of release. With their popularity and commercial viability restored, Green Day took on several small projects before returning to the studio. Released 29 November 2013 Australia 3 December 2013 Worldwide 29 January 2014 Japan Recorded 2013 Length 24: 25 chronology 2011 Get Your Heart On — The Second Coming! Spears did not return to the show for its third series. The year 2005 was no less eventful for Spears.
Spears made a splashy return to television in 2012 when she signed to be one of the celebrity judges on the second season of the U. A photo of a barefoot Britney leaving a dingy gas station bathroom made the Internet rounds. After leaving the center, she began working on her comeback album and performed a few small shows at House of Blues locations in Los Angeles, San Diego, Anaheim, and Las Vegas that May. Retrieved 21 October 2014 — via. The blockbuster success of the Spice Girls and Backstreet Boys certainly paved the way for her own commercial breakthrough, but Spears didn't just become a star — she was a bona fide pop phenomenon.
The underground success of Kerplunk led to a wave of interest from major record labels, and the band eventually decided to sign with Reprise. Following another headline-grabbing incident in early 2007 in which Spears spontaneously shaved her head at a salon in Tarzana, California, much to the delight of nearby photographers , Spears sought help at Malibu's Promises Treatment Center. More than a decade later, as many of their former contemporaries settled into retirement, Green Day remained at the forefront of popular music with albums like the Grammy-winning American Idiot. The show returned in the fall of 2012. The resulting album was a smooth urban song cycle about love and growing up; it was released in April 1998.
Her passion for improvisation made her a favorite of Glover, who had her perform solo at the Kennedy Center. But by 2004, there were no longer any illusions of Britney's personal life being all wholesome candy canes and kisses. Those marketing tactics made Spears a somewhat controversial figure, the subject of endless debates concerning appropriate role models for teenage girls. Starbucks and cigarettes were Britney's constant accessories in the endless paparazzi photos, and the revelation of her relationship with former backup dancer Kevin Federline made the tabloids even more ravenous. The album itself entered the charts at number one and sold over a million copies in its first week of release, setting a new record for single-week sales by a female artist. Three years later, their long-awaited follow-up, a refreshingly poppy record titled Warning, was released.
Of course, the more provocative and revealing her on-stage wardrobe became, the less plausible that claim seemed. By 1989, the group had added drummer Al Sobrante and changed its name to Green Day. After briefly losing interest in the art, she returned to dancing in her preteens, eventually joining the dance troupe T. Childhood friends Billie Joe Armstrong guitar, vocals and Mike Dirnt bass; born Mike Pritchard formed their first band, Sweet Children, in Rodeo, California when they were 14 years old. When her father — a professional musician — learned that his daughter could sing and was serious about a musical career, he shopped around the demo tapes, eventually earning the attention of Haqq Islam, president of University Music. Britney supported Femme Fatale with an international tour that ran until the end of 2011; at the end of the year, the home video Live: The Femme Fatale Tour was released.