Oops! She did it again: Britney in Brighton Pride
Britney Spears, who kisses in a rainbow flag and kisses kisses, thrilled Brighton Pride seven years ago on her first appearance in the UK. The superstar directed the opening day of the festival and started a European tour of her Las Vegas show Piece of Later, tweeting her, "Thanks for a fabulous show … my fabulous fans, I love you all." But thousands of fans are said to be stranded later after chaotic scenes at the city's train station. Britney returns to the UK in two weeks for shows in Scarborough, Manchester, Glasgow and London. Dressed in a sequined jersey and waist-high stockings, she treated the Brighton crowd to classics like Baby One More Time, Oops! … I did it again and Toxic. As in their Las Vegas residence – which ran for four years since December 2013 – the audience was offered a performance of sophisticated routines with about 20 escort dancers and countless costume changes. Other numbers included Boys, Me Against the Music, Pi Ece of Me, Gimme More and Womaniser. The routine also found room for a homage to songs by rapper Missy Elliott. Later in the show she danced against a pole in black sparkling lingerie while I sang A Slave 4 You and tied a leash to an audience that had been selected to dance with her on stage. The 90-minute set was rounded off with an encore in which she danced with a rainbow flag and blew kisses to the fans. The upswing for Britney's headline performance had peaked on Saturday. Many wore Britney masks and dressed in some of their most famous outfits of their music videos.
The annual parade led through the streets of Brighton to a festival in Preston Park
Earlier in the day, people were tweeting about the chaotic scenes at London's St. Pancras Station as they queued up to 30 minutes to buy their tickets to Brighton. After the show, police demanded that Brighton Central Station be closed and train service stopped at midnight to help them deal with growing crowds. Carl Smith, who was trapped in the chaos, said, "There was just a lot of bruising, there were people who fainted – there was no water." Trains were on the way, but without -one on them. Our friend somehow managed to get through the barrier. He wrote me a text message and said, "I'm going to London on an empty train, why are there still thousands of people out there?" A spokesman for Govia Thameslink said, "Around 11:40 pm, the police demanded that we close the station and temporarily stop the train to control the crowd outside the station and allow people to enter the station in a controlled manner." We drove additional trains and the station was constantly evacuated, and the last extra train left at 2:15. "
Give me more! The last parade of the parade was Britney