T. Kyle and Bradley Stern are best friends and Britney Spears stans since Day 1.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Britney's debut, they're teaming up to discuss all 20 years of the Living Legend's career.
This is a Britney Spears podcast for Britney stans, by Britney stans.
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About: A Britney Spears podcast celebrating 20 years of the Living Legend, Britney Jean Spears. T. Kyle and Bradley Stern are best friends and Britney stans since Day 1. In honor of the 20th anniversary of Britney's debut, they're teaming up on a podcast to discuss and share their most personal Britney memories to date - from their first listens of "...Baby One More Time" in 1998 to their hopes and dreams for Britney in 2019 and beyond, including her tenth studio album (B10) and new Las Vegas Residency 'Britney: Domination'. This is a Britney Spears podcast for Britney stans, by Britney stans.
The podcast is edited and produced by T. Kyle and recorded in New York City.
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T. Kyle is the creator and editor of the It’s Britney, Bitch! Podcast and currently works as the Digital and Social Lead for Watch What Happens Live! with Andy Cohen. Prior to his current role, he worked as a digital designer at Lifetime TV. He worked for MTV Networks from 2010-2014, working on multiple seasons of RuPaul’s Drag Race and NewNowNext.com. He founded a popular GIF Tumblr RealityTVGIFs in 2011, which has been featured in TIME and won a Shorty Award in 2013.
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Bradley Stern is a writer living in New York City. He is currently a senior editor at Just Jared, and was previously the editor-in-chief of PopCrush from 2015 to 2017. Prior to that, he worked as an editor and community manager at Idolator. His writing can be found at Paper, Time, V Magazine, Attitude, Nylon, MTV Buzzworthy, King Kong Garçon and NewNowNext. He founded his personal pop music blog MuuMuse in 2007, which amassed a devoted readership of over 100,000 visitors monthly. He has also been profiled in the New York Times, and featured in The Guardian and The Atlantic.