“Fellas don’t ever piss off your woman. Ever…” Britney Spears’ fiance Sam Asghari warned on Instagram over the weekend. The couple were in Las Vegas at Resorts World and looked to be having a “good time,” until Britney, 40, gave her 28-year-old beau a smack across the face and landed him into the pool. The stunt was all planned out, however, and Sam was a great sport in keeping Spears entertained during their Vegas outings.
Watch Britney slap her fiance into the pool below:
Britney Spears: Her 10 Greatest Songs, From The '90s To Now
Featuring the dynamic hip-hop duo that was so popular in the early 2000s, the Ying Yang Twins joined Britney on this hype dance song.
So many of us heard Britney's pop version of "I Love Rock 'N' Roll" before Joan Jett's 1981 version (sorry not sorry) , and damn, we felt powerful singing along with her angelic voice.
The Princess (Britney) and Queen (Madonna) of Pop collaborated on this absolute banger in 2003, locking lips at the VMAs that year.
"Gimme More" was recorded in 2006 during Spears' pregnancy with Jayden. The song may feature racy lyrics, but it's a reference to the public's fascination with Spears's private life.
"Everytime" is a haunting ballad that was paired with an even more unsettling music video — one that seems to depict the mental effects of being hounded by paparazzi and trapped in an unhappy relationship.
Such a perfect song to work out to, 2013's "Work" is one of her best songs in recent years.
"Lucky" (2000) tells a story about a famous pop star named Lucky, who despite seemingly having it all (fame, wealth, beauty) is truly lonely and unhappy on the inside. Looking back now, you can't help but relate the song to the singer's real-life troubles.
When Britney brought out that yellow python at her 2001 MTV VMA performance, it became an iconic moment that went down in music history.
Of course, Britney's debut song deserves a top spot on the list! Coming out in 1998, people still dress up in her iconic schoolgirl outfit for Halloween!
The #1 slot goes to "Toxic," the song that brings out the bad girl in everyone. On a personal note, I remember watching the music video as a young child and feeling the need to change the channel when my parents walked in because it was SO risqué! Delighted to say it is a song that has transcended time and is played to this day.