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Britney Vs. Christina

Christina.jpgA few years ago there was a good deal of talk about Britney vs. Christina. While I heard the chatter, I was a bit too old to care and never knew all the details. I can’t believe I am commenting on this, but tonight as I was doing some computer work, Christina Aguilera: Back to Basics Tour started playing in the background. My Eye TV was tuned to VH1. I don’t know much about Christina, but I am willing to name her the victor. Why? She has an amazing voice, is still singing, performing, employing musicians and dancers and generally speaking, is not a total lunatic. Britney? Not so much. Luckily, out of the two, she is the one I interviewed a few times.


3 Responses to “Britney Vs. Christina”


  1. Gravatar Icon 1 Nascar Jan 27th, 2008 at 3:17 pm

    On this issue, Christina is definitely the winner. She’s the only one with a good sense of sanity left between the two.

  2. Gravatar Icon 2 Percy Carlise Sep 2nd, 2010 at 11:21 am

    Christine Aguilera is really pretty and she’s great at singing! She is really gifted! She actually got somewhere compared to Britney Spears

  3. Gravatar Icon 3 Monty Binam Sep 25th, 2010 at 1:48 pm

    I saw a picture of Christina Aguilera with Nicole Ritchie girls’ night out. Christina looks great. It’s good that the two had fun with other friends.

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Michael W. Geoghegan is founder and CEO of GigaVox Media, a production, consulting and technology company focused on audio/video new media.

As a pioneer of podcasting, Michael created some of the first corporate podcasts, including efforts by Disney. Michael is also creator of the 2008 James Beard Award winning "GrapeRadio" and "Reel Reviews: Films Worth Watching". He is editor-in-chief of the Podcast Academy™ book series and co-author of Podcast Solutions: The Complete Guide to Podcasting.

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