So, at this time, I think we are all aware of the somewhat successful comeback of Britney Spears since her disasterous "Blakout" era, which not only describes the name of her album at the time, but an apt description of her life in general.
But since then, she's ditched some of the more unsavory characters present in her life, hired back her old manager, Larry Rudolph, and has released "Circus", an album that reminds some of us of the old Britney many of us loved.
Okay, so many of us NEVER liked her, but whether or not you ever did, you gotta admit she's doin' a LOT better. And even if you're not a fan, it is sad. It's sad because she was just a little girl exploited by her parents and svengali producers because, c'mon, it's what she wanted! It was her passion, right? So why not exploit-- I mean NURTURE her, because there are very few cute, singing and dancing 15-year-old girls with stars in their eyes.
*Stepping off her soapbox now*
So, Womanizer isn't, like, a great part of the American pop canon, but it's kinda okay (btw, she thinks you're a womanizer, like, 60 times over by the end of three-and-a-half minutes). But, like Beyonce's "Single Ladies" video, it has been frequently covered by a variety of artists and plastered over video-sharing websites. And again, I wanted to share my favorite cover with you:
View "Womanizer" by The All-American Rejects
So, first and foremost I love this because it is so awesome that these guys are utilizing beer bottles and toy accordians to re-create a Britney song. Plus, I just think that Tyson Ritter just looks so damn yummy.