Britney Spears

Culture

'Baby One More Time' Came Out 20 Years Ago, And We're All Closer to Death

Britney Spears took to Twitter on Tuesday to thank her fans for being there for her through two. whole. decades.
Kara Weisenstein
10.23.18
LGBTQ

How Lady Gaga Captured America's Queer Imagination

For gay men, Chris Moukarbel's new documentary about Mother Monster triggers strong emotions and memories about growing up with Gaga.
Jeremy O. Harris
9.23.17
The VICE Morning Bulletin

The VICE Morning Bulletin

Trump changes his mind on the Assad regime, Turkey confirms chemical weapons were used in Syria attack, Jeff Sessions orders review of marijuana enforcement, and more.
VICE Staff
4.6.17
Comics!

'Lucky,' Today's Comic by Weronika Banasińska

Weronika Banasińska has made a comic based on Britney Spears' song, "Lucky."
Weronika Banasińska
2.28.17
Britney Spears

Britney Spears Is Still Trapped by the Stigma of Her Breakdown

Ten years and five albums after she shaved her head, people won't stop judging Britney by her mental health.
Kate Leaver
2.27.17
LGBTQ

Why Do Gay Men Love Britney Spears?

Britney's most ardent fan base—gay men—speak to the idol's enduring appeal.
Manuel Betancourt
2.21.17
thump news

Cashmere Cat Produced One of Britney Spears' Songs Off Her New Album, 'Glory'

It's as soft and smooth as Cashmere Cat's namesake.
Krystal Rodriguez
8.26.16
Music

The Resurrection of Britney Spears

We love Britney because she was—and remains, for many of us anyway—a symbol of our youth.
Hermione Hoby
8.25.16
Features

Six Producers Britney Spears Could Have on Her New Album That Would Make Us Lose Our Shit

From Dubbel Dutch to Kaytranada to Sophie, these dream collaborations would be anything but toxic.
Josh Parto
4.18.16
Features

Meet Mini Deadmau5, The World’s Most Famous Little Person DJ

How Mighty Mike pissed off Canada’s biggest producer and toured the world with Britney Spears.
Rebecca Krauss
12.30.15
The VICE Guide to Mental Health

Why the Words We Use to Talk About Mental Health Are Important

The stigmatizing of mental illness continues to discourage people from seeking help or speaking openly about their experiences.
Oscar Rickett
4.30.15
Festival Season!

Matthew Koma is Ready for His Solo

After years of toiling on records for other artists, the singer/songwriter is ascending festival stages this season and he’s not looking back.
David Garber
4.10.15
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