Britney Spears just turned on her mic and invented live singing


Britney Spears just turned on her mic and invented live singing

Britney Spears sang a Bonnie Raitt cover during her Saturday show, proving to non-believers that yes - she can still sing live, and she still sounds fantastic. The 35-year-old then launched into her soulful cover of the sassy track, confidently strutting across the stage and proving once and for all that the vocal tracks she uses in her concerts are purely for backup purposes, as she's repeatedly stated.

"I've been doing a lot of thinking lately, right, okay?" the star told the crowd before launching into the performance.

"One minute they tear you down and the next minute you're on top of the world, but I've never really spoke about it", she said. "I'm from Louisiana", she continued.

However, this isn't the first time Spears addressed critics recently, who've accused her of lip syncing at her Las Vegas residency. "So I just wanna make sure I keep giving the motherf**kers something to talk about, OK?"

While she has a set routine for her residency show in Las Vegas, sometimes it's fun to mix it up.

The live performance comes after Spears denied lip-syncing allegations two months ago. And nobody ever really gives me credit for it'.

'Because I'm dancing so much, I do have a little bit of playback, ' Britney admitted, quickly adding 'there's a mixture of my voice and playback'.

Though she has not come out speaking aboutthe scary experiencefrom August 9, the incident left Spearsstartledafter a fan rushed the stage during her "Piece of Me" Vegas residency show.

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