"Oops I watched it again."
by Margaret Morley for remotegoat on 04/11/11

Britney Spears appeared live at the O2 Arena, Greenwich, London on the 27th October 2011, the first date of her appearance there for her Femme Fatale Tour. Her outfits were skimpy leotards, or bra tops and shorts, or outfits which were very, very short. She changed costume so many times that I lost count, I would say about ten times including adding a Marilyn Monroe style skirt for one scene, for which when she stood over an air vent it blew up and around.

In addition to her particularly visually appealing outfits, the show included many themes. One of the themes included an Egyptian Cleopatra scene, with a barge, which was a credit to the production team. There was also a motorcycle inspired theme.

The video backdrop, was no where as near exciting as the stage performance. There was a guy talking with a lolly pop and some police themed episodes.
During the show a male member of the audience was invited up onto the stage and handcuffed to the chair, something which has been done in previous concerts, ok if you like that sort of thing.

Dancing about the stage, Britney has tremendous energy and appeal. The mother of two looked in great shape, with a heavily female audience watching on in great admiration. Her repertoire included, "Oops, I did it again" and "Slave 4U", two of her very well known songs. She appeared on a swing high above the stage and for her last number she descended onto the stage with a pair of angel wings. Her £15 programme was filled with many amazing pictures of her.

The, "Pop Princess" portrayed a lovely personality through her brief talking to the audience and her movements.

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