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At face value, it sounds a bit shady, but is it really? You decide.

As previously reported, Little Mix originally recorded a demo for “Pretty Girls.” The British girl group passed on it and gave it away. Eventually, it found its way to Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea. The girls explain how Spears got her paws on it.

“We’ve been away a while because we wrote an album, sat with the record label and we thought, ‘Nope, it’s not good enough’,” group member Jesy Nelson (second from right) tells The Sun. “We recorded a whole album but we’re perfectionists and knew we could do better. So we scrapped it and started again.”

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Pretty Girls Video Without Music Is A Hilarious Watch

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Some people have way too much time on their hands. And God bless their little hearts.

House of Halo came up with the genius idea to strip the music from the “Pretty Girls” music video. As if that wasn’t enough, some sound effects were added for good measure. The result is pure hilarity.

I couldn’t help but think of Christina Aguilera’s impersonation during all of Britney Spears’ moments. Iggy Azalea also has some comedic moments in this brilliant new edit. Watch the #withoutmusic version below.

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Impersonating Britney Spears is old hat for Christina Aguilera these days. You just know Auggie probably spent countless hours perfecting it over the years. This is the second time the “Dirrty” singer has done it publicly in recent months.

However, this time, it feels a tad more mean-spirited. Brit is no rocket scientist, but Christina’s portrayal paints her as an air-headed bimbo. I felt a little guilty laughing. It’s not my fault those moments were the funniest parts ;)

Aguilera also does her best to mimic Cher, Shakira, Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga and Sia during their faux auditions to become a mentor on The Voice. In my opinion, the latter two along with Spears was where Christina shined the most. Check her impersonations below and weigh in on which ones were the best.

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Heading into the 2015 Billboard Music Awards telecast, Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea’s first performance of “Pretty Girls” was without a doubt the performance everyone was looking most forward to. About two hours in, the duo did themselves proud. It wasn’t at all a trainwreck, and in fact, both ladies looked sensational. Britney, IMHO, hasn’t looked this great and comfortable on stage in years. Well done.

Mariah Carey also made a notable appearance as well. She hit the Billboard stage for the first time in 17 years. Perhaps she’s still recuperating from bronchitis, but Mimi wasn’t at her vocal best. Every note felt so laborious as opposed to the ease she belted out those notes years ago.

Meanwhile, Kelly Clarkson absolutely slayed her vocals during her “Invincible” performance as did Tori Kelly and Nick Jonas on “Nobody Love” and “Jealous” respectively.

Speaking of Jonas, he was in fine form tonight. Dude looked beyond sexy. Charlie Puth and Empire‘s Jussie Smollett also smoldered on stage during their respective performances. Check out all the videos below.

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With Iggy Azalea involved, an entertaining music video is pretty much guaranteed. The Aussie rapper’s cinematic approach is always on point. I’m willing to bet the farm it was Iggy’s idea to draw inspiration from the 80s cult film, Earth Girls Are Easy. Right?

Pretty Girls” starts off with I-G-G-Y arriving on Earth in Britney Spears’ pool, looking fierce in her silver intergalactic outfit and skyscraper beehive. After a quick Valley Girl couture makeover, the duo ride top down telling the world exactly how pretty they are.

The Camerdon Duddy-directed clip features both ladies showing off their acting skills. Not surprisingly, it’s a bit awkward and unnecessary, but fun to see, in a hate-watching sort of way. Check out the video below. It’s not a bad clip, but it still doesn’t endear me to the song yet. I’m a little worried this will never grow on me.

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To celebrate one of my friend’s upcoming 30th birthday, we decided to head to Las Vegas. Why Sin City, you ask? My friend is probably the biggest Britney Spears fan I know and he wants to watch her Piece of Me show for the second time. This time however, we’re forgoing the table and taking our chances in the pit. #GodHelpMe ;)

In honor of our debaucherous weekend, I thought I’d share this recent spread featuring Willie Gomez, who is arguably Brit’s hottest dancer. Last time, I focused too much on Gomez and the other dancers and not on Spears. Not going to lie, it’ll probably happen again since this time I’ll be even closer. LOL.

Check out Gomez strutting his stuff below for photographer Darren Tieste in the latest issue of Dorian Magazine.

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Who knew pairing up Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea together would yield something Gwen Stefani might’ve recorded a decade ago. Seriously, this sounds like “Hollaback” 2.0, which might not necessarily be a bad thing.

Pretty Girls,” not surprisingly, leaked days before its official release. It’s more urban pop than club banger. It’s not what I expected from the duo, but I’m kinda liking it. With the loyal fanbases of both ladies, this will surely be a contender for 2015 Song of the Summer honors.

Reportedly, Little Mix recorded a demo but ditched it. If this becomes a huge smash, I’m sure the British quartet might be a little upset. Oh well, at least they have songwriting credits on the track. That’s where the real money is at, right?

I can’t wait to see the accompanying music video which was inspired by the ’80s cult comedy Earth Girls Are Easy. Give it a listen below. No fuglies allowed. This is only for the pretties ;)

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Britney Spears’ Cover Of Tom’s Diner Leaks In Full

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The decision for Britney Spears to cover “Tom’s Diner” is pure genius. Let’s be honest. It fits perfectly within her vocal wheelhouse. No one can sing-speak like the 33-year-old entertainer.

Tom’s Diner” was initially released by Suzanne Vega in 1987 and became a Top 5 hit. It returned back to the charts and surprisingly the clubs in the 90s when DNA did a killer remix.

It appears Spears’ cover for Giorgio Moroder’s forthcoming album follows more in that vein. Her rendition is hypnotically haunting and robotic. In essence, quintessential Brit. Give it a spin below.

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