Spears to receive honour for lengthy careerAugust 17th, 2011 - 2:39 am ICT by IANS
London, Aug 17 (IANS) Singer Britney Spears will be the guest of honour at the upcoming MTV Video Music Awards (VMS) with a special tribute honouring her lengthy career.
The “Toxic” hitmaker, who released her debut single “Baby One More Time” in 1998, has been thrilling American audiences with her Femme Fatale tour this year.
Seeing her achievement, MTV bosses are now planning “something unique” to honour the 29-year-old at the annual ceremony in Los Angeles Aug 28, this year.
“Britney will be at the show and we’ll be paying tribute to her. She was having an incredible year and she is so beloved by the Mtv audience that we started to think what could we do that would be a different experience (from years past),” contactmusic.com quoted Amy Doyle,VMA executive producer, as saying.
“Obviously everything from her choreography to her fashion to her videos will be (covered). We said ‘let’s challenge ourselves to do something unique’.” Doyle added.
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