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No preference. Condition see all. At the beginning of the first chorus, Spears starts dancing with an Emeco -style chair in front of a black background.
After recovering from the shock of it, she's forced to continue walking on in the rain. Cuts of her dancing with a cane, transformed from the chair, are also included. The video ends with Spears walking across a bridge. Nuzhat Naoreen of MTV praised the music video, saying, "few performers can work an entire routine on and around a chair as well as Britney did in 'Stronger'". Britney performed "Stronger" for the first time during her Oops!
A at June 20, The show began with the video introduction "The Britney Spears Experience", in which three images of Spears welcomed spectators to the show. Wearing a glittery jeans and an orange halter top ,  she opened the show with a dance-oriented performance of the song. After a dance-oriented performance of " Boys ", Spears performed the song, in which she wore a paint-covered robe and in some shows a bowler hat.
In the episode, McHale's character Artie has a hallucination of himself singing "Stronger" during a dental visit. Raymund Flandez of The Wall Street Journal enjoyed the cover version, appreciating the twist of having males sing a feminist empowerment song,  while Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly deemed "Stronger" his favorite performance of the episode, as well as the best incorporation of Spears' music, as the song served Artie's storyline.
Source: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cassette single CD single 12". Dance-pop teen pop. Max Martin Rami. A 20 second sample of the song's chorus, which features Spears singing self-empowerment lyrics over an innovative dance beat and dance-pop background. Jive Zomba. Calgary Sun. Mike Power. Archived from the original on July 19, Retrieved December 19, I Did It Again ". Entertainment Weekly. Time Warner. Retrieved January 10, Retrieved August 18, MTV News. MTV Networks.
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Type Oops! Retrieved July 11, I Did It Again" in German. IFPI Austria. I Did It Again' " in German. Bundesverband Musikindustrie. I was really, really happy with the material, but we had [such] limited time to get so much done. So I've just really been in the studio nonstop, which is cool, though. Stephanie McGrath of Jam! Hopkins of Barnes and Noble, while reviewing the album, said, "Spears shines on the tongue-in-cheek lead single, the triumphant 'Stronger' Why she's panting at the end of the bridge is anybody's guess.
In the United States, "Stronger" managed to peak at number eleven on Billboard Hot and number seventeen on the Top 40 Mainstream chart. As of June , "Stronger" has sold , physical units, with , paid digital downloads in the United States. One Kiss from You I Did It Again Stronger Walk On By When Your Eyes Say It Where Are You Now Preview the embedded widget Britney Spears - Oops! Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. Bad selection.I Did It Again is the second studio album by American singer Britney Spears. It was released on May 16, in the United States through Jive Records. The album is primarily a pop, dance-pop, and teen pop record, much in the vein of her debut studio album Baby One More Time (). Christgau's Consumer Guide.