It was released on August 31, , by Jive Records. The song opens with an intro in which Spears utters the phrase "It's Britney, bitch". The track closes with a speak-sing outro by Danja. The song received praise from critics and peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot , becoming her second highest-peaking single at the time. It also peaked at the top of the charts in Canada, also charting with top-five positions in 14 countries overall. The accompanying music video premiered on October 5, It displayed Spears as a stripper and featured a break from Spears's highly choreographed music videos. The video received mixed to negative reviews from critics, who panned Spears's pole dancing as well as the lack of storyline. An alternate cut was leaked on July 18, The performance was panned by many critics, who commented extensively on her "singing", dancing and wardrobe, with one deeming it as "one of the worst to grace the MTV Awards".
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It was released on September 27, by Jive Records as the lead single of the album. The song opens with an intro in which Spears says the phrase "It's Britney, bitch". It features racy lyrics, that although they appear to be about dance and sex, are a reference to the public's fascination with Spears's private life.
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More about: Britney Spears. It's well known that Britney had a traumatic time during , from shaving her head to public meltdowns - so it was a surprise for everyone when she released the video for her single 'Gimme More', and looked nothing short of amazing in it. It turns out that we have make-up artist Mikal Sky to thank for that, and Britney didn't exactly make it easy for her. Sky spoke to the website Money Making Makeup Artist about working with Britney, revealing the the singer actually tried to sabotage the entire shoot, completely ignoring any input from the director.
And, with a career that spans nearly 20 years, there are bound to be certain… mysteries that surround the singer. Of course there is the rumoured scrapped album, Original Doll , along with fan-favourite myths behind songs like 'Rebellion' and 'Mona Lisa'. However, any Britney aficionado will also know that the singer has her fair share of visual mysteries, too, including scrapped videos, alternative cuts and puzzling editing. So, we've delved into Brit's videography to uncover the secrets stored inside the vaults. This content is imported from YouTube. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to find more information, at their web site. Directed by David LaChapelle, 'Everytime' is one of those Britney videos that lingers with you well after the four minutes are up. This is, we guess, partly due to the prophetic nature of the video; it scarily predicted the way Ms. Spears would be vehemently hounded by the press and paparazzi just years later, and wheeled out on a stretcher for the world to see.