Guess who’s headlining Brighton Pride...

It's Britney, bitch


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Hold onto your orange latex catsuits, people, because Brighton Pride’s only gone and snagged the pop star who was Born To Make You Happy. We’re so Lucky, she’s a star, she Drives Us Crazy… It’s Britney, bitch.

 

 

Brighton Pride shared the joyous news today on social media.

 

 

Now don’t get me wrong. I Love Rock ’n’ Roll, but I also love Britney Spears. (Please don’t Hold It Against Me. It’s My Prerogative etc etc.) In fact, I’m so excited about Britney headlining Brighton that I will be squeezing as many Britney puns as humanly possible into this post. Puns and GIFs. Everytime. Even if you find it faintly Toxic. That’s just How I Roll.

 

 

Seriously. Britney at Brighton Pride?! What could be camper or more flamboyantly fun? The legendary Ms Spears is Stronger than ever. She’s going to leave us screaming, “Gimme More” (along with “I’m A Slave 4 U” and “Brit, I wish you were a Womaniser!”) Was that another Britney pun? Oops, I think I did it again…

 

 

Oh Brighton, a Pride like you should wear a warning. Will someone please E-mail My Heart and tell it that this is not a false alarm?  Fingers crossed she Breathes On Me.

 

 

@Roxy_Vintage

 

Brighton Pride is on 4 August 2018. Britney Spears will be performing her Las Vegas Piece Of Me show in Preston Park.

For more info and tickets head to brighton-pride.org.

 

 

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