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DVD Review: Britney Spears Live: The Femme Fatale Tour

By  January 17, 2012

I'll admit, I've been a Britney Spears fan since my secondary school days when I saw her prance around in that school-girl outfit. However, as a performer, she's slipped and fallen .... HARD.

Britney manages to improve upon her Circus Tour by actually mingling with the audience on the Femme Fatale Tour, which let's face it, she barely did at all the last time around. The bummer here is that she's still not putting much effort into the dancing, and the lip-syncing is just getting more and more embarrassing. In a world where Lady GaGa and Adele are both live singers, and selling out shows, the stakes are high, and Britney is missing the mark. To be honest, the fact that the princess of pop lip-syncs doesn't offend me - because we know that's the norm. It's the fact that these supposed live tracks are literally ripped off from the album, and are obviously fake. Most pop stars use a live backing track if they can't sing live but Britney (obviously) didn't take the time to even pre-record those live vocals.

That aside, Britney is a great burst of energy on stage and always been fun to watch. When I finally got passed the obvious lip-synching, the final song, Till The World Ends, had me putting my hands in the air, going WOAH OH OH OH OH OH!

If you are a Britney fan, you will love this DVD. If not, then leave negative comments aside and walk away. The Britney that people watch and observe today is no where near the Britney that people fell in love with 10 years ago.


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