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Britney Spears: Live and More!

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Released
November 21, 2000 (VHS)
February 13, 2001 (DVD)

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Recorded
2000
Genre
Pop
Length
80 minutes
Label
Jive
Producers
Gregg Sills, Paul Flattery, Ryan Polito

Britney Spears: Live and More! is the second home video released by pop singer Britney Spears, released on VHS on November 21, 2000 and later re-issued on DVD alongside Spears' first home video release, Time Out with Britney Spears on February 13, 2001.[2] This video tracks Britney Spears on her much-publicized visit to Hawaii for her Crazy 2K Tour. Spears, polished and sophisticated beyond her years, tours the island with a mix of sightseeing, fan appearances, and live performances. The camera follows her as she practices with her dancers, hangs out with friends, and even attempts to hula dance. The highlight, is the culminating live performance where Britney performs some of her greatest hits like "Oops!...I Did It Again", "(You Drive Me) Crazy", and "...Baby One More Time." Although the DVD peaked at number four (#4) in the U.S., the DVD has been certified 3x platinum. In France the DVD was certified platinum, meaning that it sold over 20,000 copies, and worldwide sold over 500.000 copies.

SynopsisEdit

Since she first exploded onto the pop music scene in the summer of 1998, Britney Spears has dominated the world. In this collectable, must-have home video, Britney shows just what she can do like nobody else. Who wouldn't want to own the jaw-dropping, eye-popping videos for the hits "Oops!...I Did it Again", "Lucky", and "Stronger"? Britney's never shown such dancing talent, unique style and great singing. Speaking of talent, Britney holds her own and then some when she hosts the legendary TV variety show "Saturday Night Live". Who could ever forget Britney as homegirl Down Pavlowski on "Morning Latte", meeting "Woodrow The Homeless Man" in the sewer or judging dancer try-outs for her tour?[3]


FeaturesEdit

Technical sideEdit

  • Available subtitles: English
  • Available Audio Tracks: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)

ContentEdit

Note: The song "I Will Be There" was performed on the show, but for unknown reasons, it was removed from the home release.

ChartsEdit

Chart (2001) Peak

position

Japanese Video Chart[4] 45

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