Last Lap: Who’s Afraid Of Britney Spears’ Music?

Tamar Braxton sings her heart out to “The One,” Michael Jackson’s doctor leaves jail, and Justin Bieber opens up about his “Recovery.”

  • British naval officials are reportedly blasting Britney Spears songs to keep Somali pirates away when sailing off the eastern coast of Africa. It seems “Oops, I Did It Again” and other hits represent everything that’s wrong with Western culture, and pirates know better than to drift toward ships spewing such infectious poison. Who knew naval defense was that easy? [NME]
  • Tamar Braxton brought her sultry vocals to Big Morning Buzz Live, wowing us with a live rendition of “The One.”
  • Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of providing a drug that led to Michael Jackson’s death, is now a free man. He was released from jail earlier today after serving two years. [Los Angeles Times]
  • Another Music Monday, another track from Justin Bieber. The pop star feels he poured his heart into “Recovery,” where he admits he’s made mistakes when it comes to love. [MTV News]

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