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Name: Britney Spears  
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Date of Birth: 2nd December 1981
Place of Birth: McComb, Mississippi, USA
Profession: Singer
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Britney Spears performs on the National Mall in Washington, DC, September of 2003.

Britney Jean Spears Federline (born December 2, 1981) is an iconic American pop music singer, songwriter and dancer. Her career encompasses chart-topping records, high-profile advertising, and forays into acting and reality television. She remains very popular throughout the world despite some controversy surrounding the perceived sexual nature of her music and image.


Childhood and discovery

Born to Jamie Spears and Lynne Bridges in McComb, Mississippi, USA and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, Spears performed in local dance revues and church choirs as a young girl, and was auditioning for the Disney Channel's New Mickey Mouse Club by the age of eight. Although she was too young to join the series at that time, a producer on the show introduced her to a New York agent; she subsequently spent three summers at the Professional Performing Arts School Center and also appeared in a number of off-Broadway productions, including 1991's Ruthless!.

Spears then returned to the Disney Channel for a spot on the New Mickey Mouse Club and was accepted. She was featured for two years between the ages of eleven and thirteen during the 1993 and '94 seasons. Her castmates on the show included Justin Timberlake and Joshua Chasez (who later became members of the pop group *NSYNC), Keri Russell (star of the TV show Felicity), Christina Aguilera, also a pop singer, and actor Ryan Gosling.

Before long, Spears had recorded a demo tape, which eventually landed in the hands of a Jive Records executive. She was quickly signed to their label and began touring American venues for a series of concerts sponsored by U.S. teen magazines before joining *NSYNC and becoming their opening act. It was at this time that Spears became romantically involved with Justin Timberlake.

1998-2001: Early commercial success

...Baby One More Time is Spears' most commercially-successful album both in the U.S. and internationally.

By late 1998, Spears' debut single "...Baby One More Time" was beginning to impact radio stations and MTV. Led by a music video that featured her in a schoolgirl outfit, the song became an international success, earning Platinum sales and going to number one in the U.S., as well as the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, among many other countries.

Her debut album of the same name, ...Baby One More Time, topped the LP charts in Canada and the U.S. for six non-consecutive weeks. Within a year of the record's release, the album had become the best-selling LP by a teenager in history, spawned two U.S. top ten hits (in "...Baby" and "(You Drive Me) Crazy") and shipped over ten million copies in the U.S. alone; it would go on to ship another four million copies on top of this. In April of 1999, she was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. The suggestive photo spread began a whirlwind of rumors that the still-seventeen-year-old had gotten breast implants. These claims were denied by Spears' camp, and seemed to have little impact on the young starlet's rising popularity.

That summer, she kicked off her first headlining tour, titled the ...Baby One More Time Tour. By late 1999, Britney Spears had become one of the year's biggest stars, a claim backed-up in the amount of award nominations she received that season. In December, she took home four Billboard Music Awards, including Female Artist of the Year. The next month, at the American Music Awards, she was nominated for three trophies, of which she won one: Favorite Pop/Rock New Artist.

Spears on the cover of Rolling Stone's  April 1999 issue.

At the Grammys held in February 2000, Spears received two nominations, including one for Best New Artist. She performed her signature song "...Baby One More Time" and her then-current single, the top twenty hit "From the Bottom of My Broken Heart" at the show, but went home empty-handed, losing the aforementioned award to fellow ex-mouseketeer Christina Aguilera.

After the short-lived Crazy 2K Tour and just two months after her debut began to die down in steam, Spears was ready to release the lead single off her sophmore effort. "Oops!... I Did It Again" broke a record for most radio station adds in a single day and quickly became a U.S. top ten hit and number one single in other countries, including the U.K. and Australia.

Released in May 2000, Oops!... I Did It Again also debuted at number one in the U.S. and Canada, and was a similarly huge hit like her debut. It sold over 1.3 million units during its first week in the U.S., making it the fastest-selling album by a female artist in history. Within a year of release, it had shipped over nine million copies in the U.S. alone (and would go on to ship another million on top of that.) The record was also a critical success, with Rolling Stone giving the album 3.5 stars out of 5, saying "Britney's demand for satisfaction is complex, fierce and downright scary, making her a true child of rock & roll tradition," and also refers to her "song-factory" and "fantastic pop cheese," while NME reported (with a score of eight out of ten) that "She's modern-day pop perfection realised in a nearly human form."

Oops!... I Did It Again became both a critical and commercial success upon its 2000 release. It was later nominated for a Grammy.

That summer was another busy one for Spears, as she kicked off her first world tour (titled the Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour) and also became an author after she co-wrote the novel Britney Spears' Heart-to-Heart with her mother Lynne. At the annual MTV Video Music Awards, she gave a live performance of "Oops!... I Did It Again" and The Rolling Stones' classic hit, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." During her performance, she ripped off a black suit to reveal a crystal-adorned, flesh-colored stage costume that caused quite a bit of controversy, seeing as the singer was still only eighteen-years-old at the time.

Through the year, the top thirty "Lucky" and top twenty "Stronger" kept Britney on the charts. However, the album's last single "Don't Let Me Be the Last to Know" was her first commercial failure. In late 2000, she won two Billboard Music Awards (one of which honored her for breaking the record for one week album sales by a female arist.) Then, in early 2001, she hosted the American Music Awards, performed "Stronger" at the ceremony and was also nominated twice. At the Grammys, one of her two nominations was for Oops!... I Did It Again in the category of Best Pop Vocal Album. Again, however, she did not win.

2001-2004: Artistic development

In early 2001, Spears performed as a part of the Super Bowl XXXV Halftime Show. The segment also included Aerosmith, Mary J. Blige, Nelly and *NSYNC. Shortly after, she struck a $7-8 million USD promotional deal with Pepsi; her first commercial for them premiered during the 2001 Academy Awards. She then released the follow-up novel to Britney Spears' Heart-to-Heart, with this one being entitled A Mother's Gift.

Although Britney failed to sell as well as her previous efforts, it still received praise from critics and was nominated for a Grammy in 2003.

In September 2001, Britney again performed at the MTV Video Music Awards. This time around, she was adorned in skimpy outfit, drenched in 'sweat' and on a jungle stage enviorment. She lip-synched her new single "I'm a Slave 4 U" and danced around the stage with an albino snake. Along with another blitz of media attention, she was also criticized by the PETA organization for her use of animals (both the snake and four cheetahs) as a part of her performance.

The music video for "Slave" made its debut not long after the controversial performace. Only seeming to add to the hype of Spears' sexual image, the video featured the singer drenched in sweat and dancing suggestively for men in a hot sauna before reaching its climax with an orgasm that featured Spears herself in the center. The sexual campaign for her new album was not limited to her performances, however; much steamier photo-spreads ensued in such magazines as Rolling Stone and Maxim.

In November 2001, she released her third album, Britney. It debuted at number one on both the U.S. and Canadian charts, selling over 740,000 units during its first week in the U.S. This made her the only female artist in SoundScan history to have her first three albums debut at number one. Over four million copies of the record have been sold in the U.S. alone , and while this is by no means low, these figures can not compare to the sales of her first two albums. Britney also failed to spawn any U.S. top ten hits; in fact, the only successful single released from the album was "I'm a Slave 4 U," which became a top thirty hit. This album is also notable for being the first of which Spears really began to take some creative control; she co-wrote five of the album's tracks.

At the same time the album was released, Spears set off on her next world tour: the Dream Within a Dream Tour. It included a moving stage, Britney doing acrobatics and a giant indoor waterfall projecting a Britney hologram during its encore. While the tour was sold-out around the world, it ended badly when Britney had to cut a performance short due to dangerous weather, and was subsequently booed by fans at the Mexico City venue. By that time, "Overprotected" and "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman" were receiving international success, though they both flopped in the U.S.

In 2002, Spears starred in a movie, Crossroads, which reached number two in its first week at the box-office charts, but quickly dropped from sight. Songs from the album Britney appeared in the film. Spears' performance was poorly-received by critics, and she netted herself a Razzie Award for Worst Actress, tied with Madonna. One of the tracks from Britney, "I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman," also won the Worst Original Song award, and in 2005 Spears was again 'honored' by the Golden Raspberry judges when she was proclaimed Worst Supporting Actress for her cameo role in the documentary Fahrenheit 9/11, which showed her response to a CNN interview question by Tucker Carlson, regarding her political views during the then-impending 2003 invasion of Iraq:

Carlson: "A lot of entertainers have come out against the war in Iraq. Have you? Spears: "Honestly, I think we should just trust our president in every decision he makes and should just support that, you know, and be faithful in what happens.

On another sour note, Spears also ended her five-year relationship with Justin Timberlake at this time. The break-up became a very publicized event on the news and in the tabloids.

In June 2002, Spears branched out as a restaurateur with the opening of a New York City eatery, NYLA; but the venture was not a success, and the restaurant closed in 2003. A couple of months later, she took a break from the spotlight, and in 2003 many music industry critics speculated her career was in decline. That same year, Spears was nominated for two Grammys yet again, including Best Pop Vocal Album for Britney.

It would not be until August 2003 that Britney truly resurfaced on the music scene. That month, she appeared in perhaps her most controversial performance to date with her idol Madonna, pop contemporary Christina Aguilera and rapper Missy Elliott. Spears and Aguilera performed Madonna's classic hit "Like a Virgin," danced suggestively and then each locked lips with the pop icon. In particuliar, the kiss between Madonna and Britney launched a huge media coverage that would last for months.

Despite the commotion caused by her MTV performance, Spears still went on huge promotional campaign for her new album, being that it had been two years since her last release. Alongside interviews and magazine photo spreads, she also received her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame the day before the release of her next record.

In the Zone is generally perceived as Spears' most overtly-sexual album to-date.

In November 2003, In the Zone was released. Jettisoning the Max Martin-produced synth-pop of her earlier releases, the album took in lesser-known producers such as RedZone, as well as such big names as Moby and R. Kelly. Spears co-wrote eight of the album's thirteen songs and also helped with producing for the first time. Zone rose straight to the top of the U.S charts in its debut week, making Spears the only female in music history to have her first four albums debut at number one. The record has sold close to three million copies in the U.S. and spawned the international number one and U.S. top ten hit "Toxic." The single struck gold not only commercially, but also critically as it helped Spears win her first Grammy in the category of Best Dance Recording.

On January 3, 2004, Spears married her childhood friend Jason Allen Alexander at The Little White Wedding Chapel on the Las Vegas Strip in Las Vegas, Nevada. The couple promptly arranged for an annulment, which was granted on January 5, ending their fifty-five hour marriage.

In March, Spears embarked on her fourth world tour, The Onyx Hotel Tour, which grossed over $34 million USD and was seen by over 600,000 fans in North America and Europe. Subsequently, the single "Everytime" was starting to receive radio play. While the song was a top twenty hit in the U.S., it was a number one success overseas in such countries as the U.K. and Australia. In June, she cancelled the remaining dates of her tour after supposedly injuring her knee during the filming of a video for the single "Outrageous." That same month, Spears, 22, announced her engagement to dancer Kevin Federline, 26. Federline was formerly in a relationship with the actress Shar Jackson, with whom he has two children.

On the night of September 18, 2004, Spears married Federline before twenty-seven guests in a private, non-denominational ceremony at a residence in Studio City, California. Spears wore a strapless, white silk gown by Monique Lhuillier and Federline wore a black tux by Jeff Fox at Scott Hill. The wedding party famously donned sweatsuits after the ceremony and ventured out to an L.A. nightclub for an afterparty of drinking, dancing and full-on partying until after 2 a.m. The legitimacy of the marriage was initially questioned, but on November 18, 2004 a representative of the Los Angeles County registrar's office confirmed Spears and Federline had successfully filed their marriage license with the county within ten days of their ceremony and were therefore legally married.

2004 - present: "Career hiatus"

"Curious" perfume promotion, at the Toronto Eaton Centre.

During the latter half of 2004, Spears announced she would be taking another career break in order to start a family. Though she stopped making many public appearances, the 'Britney Spears industry' seemed to continue running itself.

In September 2004, she released her first fragrance, "Curious" (a floral scent with vanilla and musk), for which she earned a reported $12 million USD. The fragrance had the biggest debut in sales in history from Elizabeth Arden, breaking the record for first-week gross for a perfume; after one year of sales, the product has netted more than $100 million USD. In addition, the perfume ended up as the number one fragrance of 2004 in department stores, and in 2005, "Curious" was honored by the Fragrance Foundation, naming it Best Women's Fragrance. Following the succes of "Curious," Spears released her next Elizabeth Arden fragrance, "Fantasy," in September 2005.

On November 9, 2004, Spears released her first hits collection: Greatest Hits: My Prerogative. The album debuted at number four on the U.S. charts (becoming Spears' first album to not debut at number one domestically), selling over 255,000 copies in its first week of release; since hitting shelves, the set has sold over a million copies in the States. Spears also notched up the biggest-selling first week for a greatest hits compilation by a female artist in U.K. chart history (115,341 copies).

Greatest Hits: My Prerogative became Spears' first album to not reach multi-platinum status or debut at number one in the U.S., though it sold well internationally.

The collection includes all of her biggest hits, such as "...Baby One More Time," "Oops!... I Did It Again," "I'm A Slave 4 U" and "Toxic," as well as two new songs and a cover of Bobby Brown's "My Prerogative," which was featured as the lead single. A second single, one of the two new tracks entitled "Do Somethin'," was released in early 2005.

On December 29, 2004, Spears did a live interview on the KIIS FM radio station in the U.S., stating her next album was already half done and that it would be named The Original Doll, appropriately enough for her changing image. Additionally, after the interview, the supposed first single "Mona Lisa" was played. She announced the album would probably be out in the late spring or early summer of 2005. Jive later released a statement saying that her next album would not be released until at least 2006.

On May 17, 2005 Spears' reality show with husband Kevin Federline, entitled Britney and Kevin: Chaotic, premiered on UPN. In total, the series included five episodes that debuted weekly every Tuesday at 9PM ET/PT up until the hour-long finale on June 14, 2005. Both Federline and Spears are credited as executive producers.

The series consists mainly of home videos created by Federline and Spears, along with some added commentary, beginning with their courtship during the European leg of Spears' Onyx Hotel Tour in spring 2004, and ending with their marriage that September. The series averaged about three million viewers per episode in the U.S.; despite this being higher than a usual UPN show, the media marked the series as a flop. However, the show fared quite well in other areas of the world, including the U.K.

The music video for Spears' next single, "Someday (I Will Understand)," premiered after the U.S. season finale of Chaotic. The track is an ode to Britney's then-unborn first child. On September 14, 2005, she gave birth to a 6lb. 11oz. baby boy in the Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica, California by a caesarean section. He has been named Sean Preston Federline.

It has recently been confirmed that a new remix album from Britney, titled Remixed, is due for release on November 22, 2005. According to, "And Then We Kiss" is set to be released as the first single.


Spears' success has rested on a mixed fanbase. Some parents of young daughters have ambivalent or even negative feelings towards Britney Spears. To many critics, the singer has combined a very raunchy public image with a major marketing "play" for the hearts, minds and pockets of prepubescent girls, often as young as seven or eight. The sexualization of such girls is arguably a trend that is visible elsewhere in popular culture, for example in the film and fashion industries.

This has raised the question of how fast girls or young teens should move from childhood towards an early emotional adolescence. Some parents may worry that Britney Spears provides an unsuitable role model for their daughters' lives and career plans.

In October 2003, Maryland First Lady Kendel Ehrlich, the wife of Governor Robert Ehrlich, was criticized for saying she would like to "shoot Britney Spears" in an address to a domestic violence conference. After her comments made national headlines, she was compelled to apologize.

The sexualized public image of Britney Spears once again became a topic of debate as a result of her 2003 semi-nude photo spread for the men's magazine, Esquire. Prompted by this, Playboy reportedly offered the star over a million USD to pose nude for their magazine. Spears has publicly declined the offer.

One of the more common criticisms linked with Spears is that of lip-synching; she is often seen doing such at her concert tours and award show performances. Most critics and musicians (at least in public) express a negative view on this way of performing, arguing that live entertainment should literally be what it suggests, singing included. Some argue that Britney, like other performers, can't practically sing while being engaged in complicated and demanding dance moves. Also, some see it as little different than lip-synching in music videos, which is standard. Also, defenders will distinguish between lip-synching to one's own pre-recorded music (which is widely conceded) and lip-synching to music sung entirely by others (which is denied and disputed).

The 2004 Onyx Hotel Tour brought new criticism. While Spears and her on-stage dancers performed her songs "Touch of My Hand" and "Breathe on Me," they were seemingly nude and were performing explicit routines simulating gay sex, orgies and masturbation. Given that some underage fans were in the audience, there was some outrage at the lack of subtlety of the performances, and there were reports of adult chaperones angrily storming out with children they brought to the concert.

While young girls seldom address this debate in the same terms as their parents, many are divided on whether they consider Britney Spears appealing, especially in the light of more recent developments in her career.

For her part, Spears has responded to their concerns by stating she is "not their babysitter. It's the parents' responsibility. If you don't like it, turn the T.V. off. The only person I want to be a role model is to my sister, Jamie Lynn." (From ABC's Primetime interview with Diane Sawyer).

The criticisms leveled against Spears are similar to those Madonna received at the start of her career. Indeed, Madonna's early fans belonged to a similar demographic to Spears' current fanbase. Spears' show-stealing kiss with Madonna at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards received much media attention, as have her recent marriages. Her provocative image and, ironically, seemingly down-to-earth personality have both equally contributed to her success. Many have compared Spears to a young Madonna.

In common with a number of other popular female figures in show business, Britney Spears' private life has attracted considerable media attention. Indeed, some people feel she has courted it by cultivating in her early years, at least, a chaste, God-fearing and "wholesome" image somewhat at odds, not only with the traditional pressures, temptations and opportunities of "pop 'n' roll," but with the increasingly sexualized content of her own songs. Regardless of where the responsibility for the gossip industry surrounding the pop star lies, Spears' public response has been to repeatedly express regret and resentment at the intrusive media coverage.

Career achievements

  • According to VH1's special "The Fabulous Life Of... Britney & Kevin", Spears has sold over seventy-six million records worldwide.
  • Having thirty-one million RIAA-certified albums in the U.S., Spears ranks as the eighth best-selling female artist in American Music history.
  • Only female artist in SoundScan history to have her first three albums debut at number-one on the Billboard 200 chart. She then broke her own record when her fourth album debuted at number-one.
  • In the U.S., Spears, Madonna, Céline Dion, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Shania Twain and the Dixie Chicks are the only female artists with multiple diamond (shipped over ten million copies) albums (Spears has two: ...Baby One More Time and Oops!... I Did It Again).
  • In the U.S., Spears, Mary J. Blige, Tori Amos, Céline Dion, Janet Jackson, Madonna, Mariah Carey, LeAnn Rimes, Jennifer Lopez and Barbra Streisand are the only female artists to have had five or more top-ten debuts on the Billboard 200.
  • Artist with the most retired videos on TRL U.S. with a total of fifteen.
  • Broke the record for youngest artist (at age seventeen) to have his or her first single ("...Baby One More Time") reach number-one on the Billboard Hot 100.
  • Broke the record for youngest artist (at age seventeen) to have his or her first single ("...Baby One More Time") and first album (...Baby One More Time) simultaneously reach number-one on the Billboard charts.
  • ...Baby One More Time is the best-selling album by a teenager in history.
  • "...Baby One More Time" is the twenty-fourth best-selling single of all time in the U.K.
  • Holds the record for biggest first-week album sales by a female artist in history (1.3 million copies) for Oops!... I Did It Again.
  • Broke the record in the UK for biggest first-week sales for a greatest hits compilation by a female artist (115,341 copies) with Greatest Hits: My Prerogative.
  • Has grossed over $145 million USD from tour ticket sales.
  • Broke the record for first-week gross for a fragrance with "Curious."
  • Has returned prominence to the soubrette, after a decade of 'power diva' singing, lead by Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Céline Dion, Taylor Dayne and Patti Labelle.
  • Has grossed over $30 million USD in merchandise from her first tour to her last.


  • Britney's sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, is currently starting a career as an entertainer in the Nickelodeon shows All That and Zoey 101; Britney herself wrote the theme song "Follow Me" for Zoey 101, though it is sung by Jamie Lynn. Zoey 101 drew record numbers with the premiere of the show which gave the kids channel 1.6 million viewers age 9-14 — its biggest viewership in that demographic for a premiere in eight years. Her brother, Bryan Spears, is one of her co-managers. Britney's parents, Lynne and Jamie, have divorced.
  • One of Spears' best friends, Jenny, was in the unsuccessful girl-group Innosense. Spears was also a member of the group, but she left and debuted as a solo artist before the band released their first record. One of Britney's closest friends is Felicia Culotta, her assistant.
  • Is an accomplished gymnast (she did a backflip for the "...Baby One More Time" video and several for the New Mickey Mouse Club).
  • In 2001, her supposed death in a car crash was announced on the radio by two Texas DJs as a joke; the radio station was subsequently sued.
  • Spears publicly declared that she was a virgin early in her career, but after her split from Justin Timberlake he revealed that this was no longer true. Spears has been quoted as saying, "I thought he was the one".
  • In 2002, Forbes named Spears the most powerful celebrity in the world.
  • For the movie Chicago, producer Harvey Weinstein wanted Spears for the role that eventually went to Lucy Liu. Britney was also offered a role in Scary Movie but was forced to turn it down, due to concert scheduling. She was considered for the part of Allie Hamilton in The Notebook, but was beat out by Rachel McAdams. Spears was also beat out for the role of Daisy Duke in the Dukes of Hazzard remake by fellow pop music singer Jessica Simpson.
  • Is a good friend of Sarah Michelle Gellar and was asked to appear in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer episode I Was Made to Love You. She could not appear due to scheduling conflicts and the role eventually went to Shonda Farr who also did a voice in the Britney's Dance Beat video game.
  • Topped FHM magazine's 2004 U.S. and world polls for sexiest woman.
  • In May 2004 Spears had a Hebrew tattoo (מהש) inked into the nape of her neck. She was under the impression that it meant "new era", while a more scholarly reading would be "protection". A source said, "She's taken Kabbalah pretty seriously and this was a big deal for her." This echoes a similar incident in 2003 when Spears was informed by her friend, actress Taryn Manning, that her hip tattoo (the Japanese Kanji character 奇) read "strange" rather than "mysterious" (see Wiktionary).
  • In September 2004, Forbes estimated Spears' net worth at $123 million USD.
  • Cites Marilyn Monroe as one of her idols.
  • Has hosted Saturday Night Live twice and been a musical guest three times.


  • Please see Britney Spears' discography.


Year Film/Show Role Other notes
1990s Ruthless!   Off-Broadway
1993/1994 The New Mickey Mouse Club Herself  
1999 Longshot Flight Attendant Cameo
2002 Crossroads Lucy Wagner  
2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember Herself Cameo
2007 In the Pink Drew Heart Pre-production



Year Book
2000 Britney Spears' Heart-to-Heart
2001 A Mother's Gift
2002 Stages
2003 Britney Spears' Crossroads Diary


Year DVD U.S. peak U.S. certification
1999 Time Out with Britney Spears   3x Platinum
2001 Britney Spears - Live and More! #4 3x Platinum
2001 Britney - The Videos #1 (Debut/2 weeks) 2x Platinum
2002 Live from Las Vegas #1 (Debut/6 weeks) 2x Platinum
2004 In the Zone #1 (Debut/1 week) Platinum
2004 Greatest Hits: My Prerogative #1 (Debut/?? week[s]) 2x Platinum

Select merchandise

  • In 1999, Play Along Toys released the Britney Spears Doll. It became one of the biggest-selling dolls of all time.
  • Britney's Dance Beat is a dance game featuring five of her songs, for the PlayStation 2 and Game Boy Advance.


Year Tour
1998 Hair Zone Mall Tour
1998 Opened up for *NSYNC
1999 ...Baby One More Time Tour
2000 Crazy 2K Tour
2000 Oops!... I Did It Again World Tour
2001/2002 Dream Within a Dream Tour
2004 The Onyx Hotel Tour

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