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The [[Britney Spears]] performance at the MTV Awards is parodied in the [[Season 12]] Episode 2 "[[Britney's New Look]]".
 
The [[Britney Spears]] performance at the MTV Awards is parodied in the [[Season 12]] Episode 2 "[[Britney's New Look]]".
   
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*Britney sings her song "Gimme More" at the real MTV Video Music Awards September 9, 2007.
 
*Britney sings her song "Gimme More" at the real MTV Video Music Awards September 9, 2007.
 
*The VMA's was Britney's comeback performance since semi-retirement in 2004.
 
*The VMA's was Britney's comeback performance since semi-retirement in 2004.
*[[Chris Crocker]] became famous on [[YouToob]] for defending Britney's awkward, stiff performance at the real Video Music Awards. He was featured two episodes later in "[[Canada on Strike]].
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*[[Chris Crocker]] became famous on [[YouToob]] for defending Britney's awkward, stiff performance at the real Video Music Awards. He was featured two episodes later in "[[Canada on Strike]]".
 
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The Britney Spears performance at the MTV Awards is parodied in the Season 12 Episode 2 "Britney's New Look".

Background

Britney Spears' top half of her head is missing due to an attempted suicide. Her manager tells her to sing at the awards show anyway, which sounds like a garbling and choking.


Trivia

  • Britney sings her song "Gimme More" at the real MTV Video Music Awards September 9, 2007.
  • The VMA's was Britney's comeback performance since semi-retirement in 2004.
  • Chris Crocker became famous on YouToob for defending Britney's awkward, stiff performance at the real Video Music Awards. He was featured two episodes later in "Canada on Strike".
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