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Spears promoting her seventh album in September 2011

American entertainer Britney Spears has released forty-two music videos, four home videos, two concert tour videos, one music video compilation, and two documentaries. She has also starred or appeared in several television shows, films, and commercials. She has played lead in one movie, Crossroads and has released a few documentaries, including For The Record, I Am The Femme Fatale, and I Am Britney Jean. She has also played guest roles on shows including How I Met Your Mother, Glee, Will and Grace, and Sabrina, the Teenage Witch.

In 1999, Spears' first music video "...Baby One More Time", in which she chose to dress as a Catholic schoolgirl, propelled her to superstardom.[1] It ranked number one on TRL's Final Countdown of the most iconic music videos.[2] The music video for the lead single from Spears' second album, "Oops!... I Did It Again", was similarly successful. Set on Mars, Spears dons a tight-fitting red jumpsuit. The "Stronger" music video had a more sophisticated, adult feel to it.[3] 2001's "I'm a Slave 4 U", from her eponymous third studio album, let Spears move further into a more mature territory, performing a complicated dance routine in a risqué outfit.[4]

"Me Against the Music", which featured Madonna, was released in 2003 from her fourth studio release In the Zone. Spears came up with the storyline for "Toxic", directed by Joseph Kahn.[5] Spears plays three different incarnations of herself and poisons her unfaithful lover. Throughout the video, there are scenes of Spears naked covered in diamonds.[5] The music video for "Everytime", directed by famed photographer David LaChapelle, was notably darker than Spears' previous videos.[6] Featuring many religious references, the music video was noted by contemporary critics for predicting Spears's future struggles with fame.[7][8][9]

The music video for Spears' 2007 comeback single "Gimme More" displayed Spears as a stripper and featured a break from Spears's highly choreographed music videos.[10] "Piece of Me" referenced Spears' life at the time, while "Break the Ice" was accompanied by an animated music video showing Spears as a superheroine.[11]

2008's "Womanizer", from the album Circus, was seen as a return to form for Spears.[12][13][14] Described as a sequel to "Toxic", the concept was again pitched to director Kahn by Spears.[15] The video for "Circus" portrayed Spears as the ringmaster of a circus accompanied by different performers, and it is interspersed with scenes of Spears in different circus settings. "If U Seek Amy" saw Spears at a sex party that takes place at her house, before she transforms into a typical American housewife,[8] while "Radar" pays tribute to Madonna's "Take a Bow".[16] The clip for "3" was described as "simple" and "very, very minimal."[17] The music videos from Spears' 7th and 8th studio albums, Femme Fatale and Britney Jean have all received acclaim from critics and fans alike.[18][19][20]

Over the years, Spears has given some of the most controversial music videos of all time. At the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards, she was honored with the MTV Video Vanguard Award, presented to her by fellow pop star Lady Gaga, who said "the industry would not be the same without her". Spears ranked at #4 on VH1's "50 Greatest Women of the Video Era" show list, ahead of most of her contemporaries and behind only veterans like Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Whitney Houston.[21] Britney has eleven Vevo certified videos, including those for "...Baby One More Time", "Gimme More" and "Pretty Girls".[22][23]

Music videos

Title Year Other credited performer(s) Director(s) Notes Ref.
"...Baby One More Time" 1998 None Nigel Dick [24]
[25]
"Sometimes" 1999 None Nigel Dick [25]
[26]
"(You Drive Me) Crazy" 1999 None Nigel Dick The Stop Remix! [25]
[27]
"Born to Make You Happy" 1999 None Bille Woodruff [25]
[28]
"From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" 1999 None Gregory Dark [25]
[29]
"Oops!... I Did It Again" 2000 None Nigel Dick [30]
[31]
"Lucky" 2000 None Dave Meyers [31]
[32]
"Stronger" 2000 None Joseph Kahn [31]
[33]
"When Your Eyes Say It" 2001 None Jonathan Dayton and
Valerie Faris
Unreleased [34]
"Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" 2001 None Herb Ritts [31]
[35]
"I'm a Slave 4 U" 2001 None Francis Lawrence [36]
[37]
"What's Going On" 2001 Among Artists Against AIDS Worldwide Jake Scott [38]
"Overprotected" 2001 None Bille Woodruff [37]
[39]
"I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" 2002 None Wayne Isham Original version and with clips from Crossroads [37]
[40]
"Overprotected" 2002 None Chris Applebaum The Darkchild Remix [37]
[41]
"I Love Rock 'N' Roll" 2002 None Chris Applebaum [37]
[42]
"Anticipating" 2002 None Marty Callner [43]
[44]
"Boys" 2002 Pharrell Williams Dave Meyers The Co-Ed Remix [37]
[42]
"Me Against the Music" 2003 Madonna Paul Hunter [45]
[46]
"Toxic" 2004 None Joseph Kahn [46]
[46]
"Everytime" 2004 None David LaChapelle [46]
[47]
"Outrageous" 2004 None Dave Meyers Unfinished [46]
[48]
"My Prerogative" 2004 None Jake Nava [42]
[49]
"Do Somethin'" 2005 None Bille Woodruff
Mona Lisa
[42]
[50]
"Someday (I Will Understand)" 2005 None Michael Haussman [51]
[52]
"Gimme More" 2007 None Jake Sarfaty [53]
[54]
"Piece of Me" 2007 None Wayne Isham Original and International version [54]
[55]
"Break the Ice" 2008 None Robert Hales [54]
[56]
"Womanizer" 2008 None Joseph Kahn [57]
[58]
"Circus" 2008 None Francis Lawrence [58]
[59]
"If U Seek Amy" 2009 None Jake Nava [58]
[60]
"Radar" 2009 None Dave Meyers [48]
[58]
"Kill the Lights" 2009 None PUNY Promotional animated video [58]
[61]
"3" 2009 None Diane Martel Original and Director's cut [62]
[63]
"Hold It Against Me" 2011 None Jonas Åkerlund [64]
[65]
"Till the World Ends" 2011 None Ray Kay Original, Lyric video, DANCE cut and Culture Shock remix version [66]
[65]
[67]
"I Wanna Go" 2011 None Chris Marrs Piliero Original, DesiHits! Remix version and DJ Frank E & Alex Dreamz remix version [65]
[68]
"Criminal" 2011 None Chris Marrs Piliero Original and Lyric video [69]
[70]
[65]
[71]
"Scream & Shout" 2012 will.i.am Ben Mor [72]
"Scream & Shout" 2013 will.i.am
Hit Boy
Waka Flocka Flame
Lil Wayne
Diddy
Ben Mor Hit-Boy remix [73]
"Ooh La La" 2013 None Marc Klasfeld Original and Lyric video [74]
[75]
"Work Bitch" 2013 None Ben Mor [76]
"Perfume" 2013 None Joseph Kahn Original and Lyric video [77]
"Pretty Girls" 2015 Iggy Azalea Cameron Duddy
Iggy Azalea
[78]
"Make Me..." 2016 G-Eazy David LaChapelle Unreleased [79]
"Make Me..." 2016 G-Eazy Randee St. Nicholas Original and Britney Spears: American Dream - Alternative Cut [80]
"Slumber Party" 2016 Tinashe Colin Tilley [81]

Video albums

Title Album details Certifications
Time Out with Britney Spears
  • Released: December 21, 1999
  • Label: Jive
  • Formats: DVD, VHS
  • US: 3× Platinum[82]
Britney Spears: Live and More!
  • Released: November 21, 2000
  • Label: Jive
  • Formats: DVD, VHS
  • US: 3× Platinum[82]
  • FR: Platinum
Britney: The Videos
  • Released: November 20, 2001
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
  • US: 2× Platinum[82]
Britney Spears Live from Las Vegas
  • Released: February 12, 2002
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
  • US: 2× Platinum[82]
  • AUS: Platinum[83]
Britney Spears: In the Zone
  • Released: April 6, 2004
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD/CD
Greatest Hits: My Prerogative
  • Released: November 9, 2004
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
  • US: 2× Platinum[82]
  • AUS: 3× Platinum[84]
Britney & Kevin: Chaotic... the DVD & More
  • Released: September 27, 2005
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD/CD
Britney: For the Record
  • Released: April 7, 2009
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
Britney Spears Live: The Femme Fatale Tour
  • Released: November 21, 2011
  • Label: RCA
  • Format: DVD/CD, Blu-ray
  • US: Platinum
  • AUS: Gold

Filmography

Title Year Role Notes Ref.
Longshot 2001 Flight Attendant
Crossroads 2002 Lucy Wagner
Austin Powers in Goldmember 2002 Herself Cameo appearance
Pauly Shore Is Dead 2003 Herself Cameo appearance
Fahrenheit 9/11 2004 Herself Documentary

Television

Title Year Role Network Notes Ref.
Star Search 1992 Herself / contestant Female vocalist
The All New Mickey Mouse Club 1993–96 Various Series regular (seasons 6 & 7)
Total Request Live 1998–2003 Herself 14 episodes
Donny & Marie 1999 Herself Guest performer
Kenan & Kel 1999 Herself "Aw, Here It Goes To Hollywood : Part 2" (season 4, episode 9)
Sabrina, the Teenage Witch 1999 Herself "No Place Like Home" (season 4, episode 1)
The Famous Jett Jackson 1999 Herself "Ghost Dance" (season 2, episode 8)
Médico de familia 1999 Herself "Otra oportunidad" (season 9, episode 12)
Hooves of Fire 1999 Donner (voice) U.S. version
Britney Spears and Joey McIntyre in Concert 1999 Herself Concert special aired on Disney Channel
L'Oreal Summer Music Mania 1999 Herself TV documentary
Christmas in Rockefeller Center 1999, 2008 Herself Special
The Simpsons 2000 Herself "The Mansion Family" (season 11)
Summer Music Mania 2000 2000 Herself TV documentary
MTV Fashionably Loud: Spring Break, Cancun 2000 2000 Herself Special
TRL Italy 2000 Herself Episode 2.1
Britney Spears: Live and More! 2000 Herself Concert special aired on Fox
Dale's All Stars 2000 Herself Guest performer
Britney Spears: There's No Place Like Home 2000 Herself Concert special aired on Fox
Saturday Night Live 2000, 2002 Host / musical guest 2 episodes
Total Access 24/7 2001 Herself Episode 3
There's Only One Madonna 2001 Herself Documentary
Britney: Playback 2001 Herself Album release special aired on Fox
Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special 2001 Herself Concert special aired on CBS
Being Mick 2001 Herself ABC movie
Britney Spears Live from Las Vegas 2001 Herself Concert special aired on HBO
Boulevard Bio 2002 Herself Episode: "Niemand ist perfekt"
The Saturday Show 2002 Herself Episode 26 January
Stages: Three Days in Mexico 2002 Herself Documentary
Legend of the Lost Tribe 2002 Donner (voice) U.S. version
Saturday Night Live 2003 Musical guest Episode: "Halle Berry/Britney Spears"
Britney Spears: In the Zone 2003 Herself Concert special aired on ABC
Punk’d 2003 Herself Episode 8
Britney Spears Live from Miami 2004 Herself Concert special aired on Showtime
Britney & Kevin: Chaotic 2004 Herself UPN reality miniseries (5 episodes)
Will & Grace 2006 Amber-Louise Episode: "Buy, Buy Baby" (season 8)
How I Met Your Mother 2008 Abby 2 episodes: "Ten Sessions" (3.13), "Everything Must Go" (3.19)
Britney: For the Record 2008 Herself Documentary
Glee 2010 Herself Episode: "Britney/Brittany" (season 2)
I Am The Femme Fatale 2011 Herself Documentary aired on MTV
Britney Spears Live: The Femme Fatale Tour 2011 Herself Concert special aired on Epix
The Pauly D Project 2012 Herself Episode: "Divas, Diamonds and D****"
The X Factor (U.S.) 2012 Judge (herself) Mentor of Teens category (season 2)
Miley: The Movement 2013 Herself Documentary
I Am Britney Jean 2013 Herself Documentary
Best Time Ever with Neil Patrick Harris 2015 Herself Secret camera sketch
Jane The Virgin 2015 Herself
The Jonathan Ross Show 2016 Herself
Loose Women 2016 Herself

Commercials

Year Company Promoting Theme Soundtrack Country
1995 Bell South Welcome to the south None None International
1999 Suki Candy Speaking flavor "Sometimes" Japan
2001 Pepsi Soft drink beverage Dancing in a Pepsi factory "The Joy of Pepsi" International
2001 Pepsi Soft drink beverage Pepsi through the years "Now and then" International
2001 NASCAR 400 Pepsi Racing car So let's go None United Kingdom / United States
2001 Coke Zero 400 Stock car racing Racing event None United States
2001 Toyota Vios Car Advertisement Britney's figure in skyscrapers "Anticipating" International
2001 Herbal Essences Hair products Herbal Essences "I've Got the Urge" United States
2001 HBO Live concert on HBO Las Vegas concert "I'm a Slave 4 U" United States
2002 Pepsi Soft drink beverage Football world cup "Right Now (Taste the Victory)" International
2002 Herbal Essences Hair products Crossroads "Overprotected" United States
2002 Pepsi Twist Soft drink beverage Austin Powers unknowing Britney None United States
2002 Pepsi Blue Soft drink beverage Britney wishing a Merry Christmas None United States
2003 GG Tea Soft drink beverage Dancing Go Go "Stay - The Hollies"[85]
"All Day and All of the Night"[86]
Japan
2004 Showtime Live concert on Showtime The Onyx Hotel "Toxic" United States
2004 Pepsi Soft drink beverage Gladiators "Pepsi Music 2004: Britney Exclusive" International
2004 Curious Perfume Fantasies about the neighbor "Touch of My Hand" North America
2005 Fantasy Perfume Fantasies, Fairy Tales, falling in love "And Then We Kiss"
"Breathe on Me"
North America / UK
2009 Candie's Clothing Radar music video "Radar" United States / Philippines
2010 Candie's Limited Edition Clothing Love for fashion "Piece of Me" United States / Philippines
2010 Radiance Perfume Destiny, fame None Canada / United States
2012 Twister Game Dance "Till The World Ends" Canada / United States
2012 Fantasy Twist Perfume How people see you in different ways "Gasoline" Canada / United States
2014 Intimate Lingerie Intimacy "Passenger" United States
2015 Fantasy Intimate Perfume Everyone has an intimate fantasy None United States
2015 Super Bowl Sport event Super Bowl RALLY! None United States
2015 Rocker Femme Fantasy Perfume Unlock your rock 'n' roll side None United States
2016 Apple Music Music Streaming Service Apple music services "Oops!... I Did it Again"
"Make Me..."
United States

See also

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