Is there anything more rewarding than the iconic pop stars who share their worship with each other? In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1, Madonna covered Britney Spears' "Toxic" on Instagram. He dedicated the song to both the cause and Spears, since his birthday is December 2. And by the sound of Spears' response, the singer of "… Baby One More Time" could not be more excited about Madonna's gesture.
Using Instagram's infrared filter for optimal chill, Madonna shared an "Toxic" acoustic cover that will probably leave you wanting to hear more. The singer subtitled her video, "Silence = Death! .. Song for World AIDS Day! @britneyspears Happy birthday!"
As if that was not enough genius, Spears responded to Madonna's call by telling the "Like a Prayer" singer who had inspired her to shoot her own video. While listening to Spears cover Madonna would have been incredible, Spears chose to honor the King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley. And he did it with great style.
Spears wrote on Instagram,
"Yesterday I was really inspired by the publication of @ madonna, it's right … Silence = death! These words really stuck with me, because they are very true. performance like this … singing with a nice black dress, with a simple shot of 360, a shot.I thought that since it was my birthday, why not go for it? So boom When the clock struck 12: 00, I did it! Thanks to everyone for the beautiful birthday wishes and for letting me do what I love. I thank you so much more than you'll ever know !!!! "
See Madonna inspires Spears to do something she always wanted to do it is the kind of mutual appreciation among the artists that everyone can support. In fact, Madonna was so happy to help make Spears's birthday sweeter that she offered a lovely commentary on the singer's post. She wrote, "Beautiful girl! Beautiful song! Happy birthday!"
The friendship of Madonna and Spears dates back to at least 2003, when they performed together at the MTV Video Music Awards. Since then, Madonna has routinely had Spears' back, even when the pop star did not need to defend herself. That was the case earlier this week when Madonna responded to a meme who thought she was daring to reveal Spears' "Toxic" (she was actually celebrating it).
Although Madonna misinterpreted the meme, the moment still highlighted how much she seems to love Spears. The Queen of Pop can be fierce when it comes to defending her fellow artists and inspiring them to fulfill their musical dreams.
That seems to be the way the world ended up being blessed with Spears' beautiful rendition of "Can not Help Falling In Love." Like Madonna, "Toxic", the cover of Spears' clbadic will probably leave you wanting more. Spears interprets the clbadic song in what seems to be her house, and her voice does not need any adornment.
Madonna is not the only pop star who loved Spears' impromptu performance. Miley Cyrus also intervened in the publication of Spears and asked the artist to sing a bit of Dolly Parton and dedicate it to him. Cyrus is a great admirer of Parton's music (and she is also his goddaughter) – they even made a duo of "Jolene" together. The fact that Cyrus wants Spears to sing some Parton goodness to her adds a completely different layer to this multigenerational pop star love festival.
Happy birthday to my Queeeeeen! @britneyspears ❤️ your biggest fan 4evr
– (@mileycyrus) #
The respect and admiration that Madonna, Spears and Cyrus seem to have for another is something beautiful. These women look at each other to encourage and inspire not only their birthdays, but every day. And when their appreciation of each other's work leads to killer covers, everyone wins.
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