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Britney is “Embarrassed”

Well duh! of course she is. Britney’s “comeback” performance at last night’s VMA’s sucked as you all know ( well minus 50 Cent apparently) and in less than 24 hours there has been enough theories as to why she sucked to make 9/11 conspiracy nuts look sane.

Some people think it was due to Sarah Silverman’s crass joke about her babies being “mistakes”, Brit Brit’s shoes failing her, wrong wardrobe, and being nervous. While we’ll never really know why she sucked so hard I will go out on a ledge and say it was because she um… has no real talent. There were many MANY people there that night that out shinned Britney Spears because they were 1. prepared 2. professionals and 3. had actual talent. I feel sorry for Britney but only up to a point. The world doesn’t really need a Spears comeback. There are plenty other performers and artists worthy of the attention she gets. If she doesn’t want to get a hold of her life and have a career that’s on her. It’s no ones loss but hers. Perform or don’t perform. No one will miss her.

Cruel? maybe, but I think many would agree with me.

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