I think in recent years a lot of people have projected themselves onto Britney in a way which can often feel gross and invasive. It reminds me a lot of what happened in the last 10-15 years of Michael Jackson's life.
I remember someone stating that the usual shelf life of a popstar is about a decade, before they lose prominence. The Soundscan era kind of created the impression that female led acts had more longevity than they normally do with the extension it gave to artists like Mariah, Celine, Madonna, Janet and Whitney -- but the decade rule of law tends to hold true at large which is what you see when you review other female artists from the 70's to today. Paula Abdul, Donna Summer, Tina Turner, Diana Ross, etc. were only able to capture the Zeitgeist for about that time. It's rare to have it for longe
I can officially confirm that I was in the vaccine group
Basically it mean I have already had two shots of the J&J vaccine and am thus considered already fully vaccinated. Also, I learned a couple of things...
The J&J trial I’ve been involved with in the UK was previously testing on placebo v 2 doses (as opposed to 1 dose that the US were doing). As a result of recent data coming through, the UK trial has now changed to an open trial of 1 dose vs 2 doses - anyone who was previously in the placebo group would be offered one single dose or can opt out of the s