Who is Britney Jean?
We interrupt your holiday movie marathon for an important Britney announcement: The all-new Britney Spears documentary I am Britney Jean premieres tonight at 9/8c on E!
The documentary is named after Britney's new album, Britney Jean, which was released by RCA Records on November 29.
The two-hour exclusive will focus on Britney's preparations for her upcoming Las Vegas residency, "Britney: Piece of Me," which opens this Friday at Planet Hollywood. And ever since Britney released a teaser for the documentary on December 13 (yes, the very same day that Queen Bey shocked us with her overnight album drop), fans have been buzzing with questions:
- Will the cast be able to handle the pressures of a "greatest hits" show?
- How will Britney juggle the rigorous rehearsal schedule with her duties as a mom?
- Did Britney really injure her neck?!
I guess we'll just have to stay tuned tonight to find out. But until then, feel free to watch this teaser on repeat to tide you over:
Week 2 of Misty Copeland as guest judge, week 2 of merciless cuts...How can the final episodes of "World of Dance" possibly live up to the sheer dramaaaaaaaaa of last night's episode? Well, based on the nail-biting results dished out by Copeland and Co. last night, the competition is only going to get fiercer from here. Without further ado, last night's results, as told by Kween Misty.
Every ballet dancer knows the time, sweat, and occasional tears the art form demands. But many non-dancers are clueless about just how much work a ballet dancer puts into perfecting his or her dancing. So when the mainstream crowd recognizes our crazy work ethic, we'll accept the round of applause any way it comes—even if it comes via four men in tutus. Yep, we're talking about "The Try Guys Try Ballet" video.
We've said it before and we'll say it again: New York City Ballet principal Sara Mearns is some SERIOUS #goals. Her strength and power onstage borders on superhuman. But what's extra magical about Mearns is that she really puts in the fitness and cross-training work outside of the rehearsal studio. And she's overcome her fair share of injuries. Which is why she was the perfect source for Vogue's latest ballet fitness story.
Remember that fabulous old-school clip of dancers tapping in pointe shoes that Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo brought to our attention back in March? As we mentioned then, toe-tap dancing was actually super popular back in the 1920s and 30s—which means there are more videos where that one came from. And because #ToeTapTuesday has a nice ring to it, we thought we'd take this opportunity to introduce you to Dick and Edith Barstow, a toe-tapping brother and sister duo from that era who are nothing short of incredible: