Nick Carter's fat, ugly ass has been telling friends he's been dating Britney Spears for the past 3 weeks so says OK! Nick is currently working with the Backdoor Boys on their reunion album and tour."Nick's claming that he and Brit have been 'dating' for about three weeks.
She commented, "I'm going to go to Europe, and just basically go everywhere for six months, [...] I've never toured outside of the U. I've never experienced other fans in other places, and performing in front of them is going to be so exciting." Spears recorded a song for the latter called "I've Got the Urge to Herbal" to be used on their radio campaign, though she chose to not attend a photoshoot for the product when she decided to support an 86-day strike by the Screen Actors Guild (SAG).
She later donated $1 from each ticket sold from her Inglewood, California show on July 28, 2000 to the union.
The setlist included material from her first studio album ... Spears explained, "I've been singing the same material for so long now.
Baby One More Time (1999) as well as seven songs from Oops! It'll be nice to change it up a little bit." It cost $2.2 million to build. The sound equipment was provided by Showco who used the PRISM system, which adapted the show for each venue according to its height, width and the coverage required.
The tone of the show variated from the beginning: for the performance of "Born to Make You Happy", Spears sang in a set resembling a children's bedroom, complete with large toys and a pillow fight routine. The sound was mixed by Front of house engineer Monty Lee Wilkes on a combination of Yamaha PM4000 and PM3000 consoles, an unusual choice for Spears's shows.
On the contrary, she unveiled a more sophisticated image for "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know", and followed it with raunchy performances for "... He used dbx 903 compressors for kick and snare drums.
The compressors were also used on Spears's microphones, a Shure Beta 58A handheld and a Crown CM-311AE headset-mounted capsule.
The stage was much more elaborate than her previous tours and featured video screens, pyrotechnics and moving platforms. Spears used a handheld microphone and a headset during the shows, while an ADAT was used to replace her voice during energetic dance routines. The show consisted of four segments with each segment being followed by an interlude to the next segment, and it ended with an encore.
The setlist was composed by songs from her first two studio albums, ... The show began with Spears descending from a giant orb.