The 2016 Video Music Awards was a star-studded event, packed with powerhouse performances by artists like Beyonce and Britney Spears. Britney Spears made a comeback at the VMAs, and performed at the event for the first time since 2007. Fans of the singer are searching for terms like, “Britney Spears VMA 2016 performance,” “Britney Spears VMAs 2016,” “Britney Spears MTV performance,” and “Britney Spears MTV 2016,” but don’t fret; we’ll tell you everything you need to know about Spears’ 2016 VMA performance right here.
Spears’ performance commenced after an introduction by Kim Kardashian West. The Las Vegas headliner sang and danced to her hit new single “Make Me,” from Glory, along with the rapper G-Eazy. Initially, Spears’ silhouette was seen behind a screen with shadow fingers touching her. When the screen rose, Britney marched onto the stage, wearing a lime-yellow glittering leotard with matching boots. The 34-year-old artist showed off her graceful moves with two backup dancers by her side wearing black and white.
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Spears’ performance was appreciated by her fans, as she took to the VMAs stage after a long hiatus. In 2003, Spears had performed Madonna’s, “Like a Virgin,” with the legend herself and then infamously shared a passionate kiss at the end of their act. G-Eazy effortlessly sauntered on the stage and rapped his verses. The duo shared a quick hug at the end of their act.
In an interview, G-Eazy stated, “It was just a no-brainer. That’s [the] kind of thing you just drop whatever you’re doing to do…Watching the VMAs when we were kids, [Spears] was one of the biggest entertainers in the world.” The hit summer single, “Make Me” has solidified G-Eazy as one of the best collaborators in the music industry today.
Watch the video of Britney Spears’ VMA performance here:
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