Best Britney Spears Videos
Britney Spears has been a popular singer since the late 1990's, and the best Britney Spears videos span her career. Even if you don't normally listen to Britney's music, her videos are entertaining and exciting. Are you curious about the pop princess's greatest music video moments? Take a look at the list below to see if your favorite made the cut.
- "Toxic" As soon as the first bars of "Toxic" plays, you can't help but dance. The same thing goes with the music video. You're compelled to watch Britney gyrating while dressed as a flight attendant, a dark super hero, and even nude covered in crystals. The video features a Tyson Beckford cameo and the video's theme is inspired by the "Alias" television show.
- "I'm a Slave 4 U" Remember the iconic MTV award show performance where Britney danced with a live boa constrictor on stage? The "I'm a Slave 4 U" music video is even better. The ode to being completely addicted to another person boasts Britney's sharp signature moves, as she and a throng of sweaty, scantily clad backup dancers perform in a dimly lit room.
- "If You Seek Amy" If you don't know what "If You Seek Amy" means yet, say the title fast. The music video features two sides of Britney. In the scenes showing how the paparazzi portrays her, Britney navigates through a party-ravaged home, grinding against male and female dancers. At the end of the video, the pop princess dresses like a 1950s housewife and serves pie to the paparazzi in front of her home.
- "3" Although "3" is a newer Britney Spears music video, it still ranks among her best. It's simple and sexy, with Britney and her dancers attired in all black and white. The meaning of the song is evident based on the lyrics and the title, but the dance moves and the way Britney looks at the camera will really drive it home.
- "Baby One More Time" Britney Spears was an unknown musician when the "Baby One More Time" video was released in the late 1990s. Britney's catholic school girl uniform paired with her provocative dancing was controversial, but the video helped catapult the pop princess to stardom.