A New Generation of Pop Stars; Christina & Britney Grown Up

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It is time to realize that the current pop stars that we have either grown to hate or to love have grown into young adults, who like most young adults are looking for their purpose and to pursue their dreams and goals for what life has to offer. Some finding unique ways of showing their character traits and personality, others not so dramatic, but all are still advancing in their current singing careers. If parents or critics are looking for a “good influence” on pre-teen or young teenagers lives, then it is time to focus on new artists and their talents who are becoming the new American Pop Star Icons such as Hillary Duff.

Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears have been the hottest female pop stars in the mid to late 1990s and the early millineum next to Mandy Moore, Jessica Simpson, and Jennifer Lopez, etc. It is time for America to realize that some of their “dirrty” appearances, publicity, partying, and music videos is due to the fact that they like all teenagers who grow up and are now young adults are focusing their music on their own age group. Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears will no longer be singing about first kisses, and turning sweet sixteen; sorry America. If you are into “innocence and virginity” It is time to look into the new generation’s Pop Princess; Hillary Duff.

Hillary Duff has an excellent, sweet, innocent, young dreamer’s theme and is great for those young girls who are looking for answers to changes they will go through in the next few years of their lives, I recommend it to people who can not respect the current pop stars such as Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears outgoing, unique, woman-power, and sexual innuendo music themes made for their fans generation.

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One thought on “A New Generation of Pop Stars; Christina & Britney Grown Up

  1. lol says:

    So I guess being “safe” matters more than artistic credibility now, huh? What’s wrong with sex? Art is for self expression and creativity, and at times, that includes sexuality. There’s nothing wrong with that, especially as you know that if Christina were a man, everyone would be high-fiving her. What’s wrong with liking sex? What’s wrong with being proud of your body? Should we all be ASHAMED of our bodies and cover ourselves head-to-toe like in the middle east? No. Christina can SAAAANG, dance, perform, and writes and produces her own songs. Hilary can’t sing, can’t dance, doesn’t write or produce, and has no depth to her whatsoever. She’s so damn censored, it’s like the girl can’t even think for herself.

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