Britney Spears mirrored on her epic kiss with Madonna on the 2003 MTV VMA stage and revealed what she discovered working alongside the legendary star.
Spears wrote concerning the kiss that grew to become a popular culture phenomenon in her newly launched memoir, “The Girl in Me.” She additionally shared inside info on what it was wish to collaborate with Madonna on the Within the Zone hit, “Me Towards the Music.”
Spears confessed she had by no means kissed Madonna throughout rehearsals, and the on-stage kiss was the primary one she shared with the Queen of Pop, in line with Folks.
“Each time we rehearsed it, we did an air kiss,” Spears stated, noting the kiss shortly grew to become “an enormous cultural second.”
Spears stated she personally invited Madonna to hitch her and admits she discovered an “essential lesson” whereas watching how Madonna carried out herself behind the scenes.
“I used to be in awe of the methods Madonna wouldn’t compromise her imaginative and prescient,” Spears wrote, in line with Folks.
Spears informed her followers Madonna was adamant about delaying the beginning time of their music video shoot to repair a seam on her swimsuit that had come undone, Folks famous. This proved to be a pivotal second for Spears.
“She saved the concentrate on her,” Spears wrote.
“Going together with Madonna’s concepts and being on her time for days was what it meant to collaborate together with her.”
“It was an essential lesson for me, one that may take a very long time for me to soak up: she demanded energy, and so she obtained energy,” Spears stated concerning the music icon, per Folks. (RELATED: Kylie Jenner Says She At all times Makes Out With Her Greatest Buddy)
Spears admitted that on the time she “tried so laborious to please” others. She blamed her mom, saying she noticed “passiveness” from her throughout her childhood.
“If I may return now, I might attempt to change into my very own father or mother, my very own associate, my very own advocate — the best way I knew Madonna did,” Spears wrote in her memoir, in line with Folks.