Birthday: 02-12-1981
Age: 37
Star sign: Capricorn

Britney Jean Spears or Britney Spears is an American pop singer and an actress born on 2 December 1981 in McComb, Mississippi. Britney was raised in the Louisiana state in Kentwood. At the start of her career, she performed on stage and a few TV shows. In 1997, Spears began her singing career with the Jive Records. ‘Baby One More Time’ and ‘Oops!...I Did It Again’ in 1999 and 2000 respectively proved to be a milestone in her career. Both of the studio albums proved to be a major international success and the song ‘..Baby One More Time’ became the best-selling album by the teenage solo artist. Both title tracks broke the international records and then there was no turning back for Spears. Her song ‘Toxic’ from her fourth album was a worldwide success. Spears was honoured with the title ‘Princess of Pop’ for her contributions to the pop music industry. Spears earned very fame and is also regarded as the ‘best-selling teenaged artist of all time’. Spears is honoured with many prestigious awards including a Grammy Award, six MTV Video Music Awards, and nine Billboard Music Award.

Spears was also awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution and revival of teen pop in the late 1990’s. Spears is ranked eleventh in the ‘100 Greatest Women in Music’ list by VH1 and was declared the sexiest women in the music industry in the year 2012. Spears has a record 22.38 million singles download alone in America and is the most popular teen pop icon. Her song ‘Womanizer’ from her sixth album became the global chart-topping lead single. Her tour in 2009 was the considered the highest-grossing global concert tour of the following year. Britney songs ‘Hold It Against Me’, ‘Till The World Ends’ and ‘I Wanna Go’ from her seventh studio album Female Fatale grabbed the position sin the top ten singles of US for the first time. Britney also served as a judge on the American version of X Factor in the second season. Spears was reported as the highest paid female musician of year in 2002 and 2012 by popular magazine Forbes.