Currently, Britney Spears is one of the most famous artists in the world. We all have danced to one of her songs at some point, as she has hits like “Toxic”, “Slave 4 u” and “Hit Me Baby… One More Time”, which have led her to success.
The singer began her career on the show "The Mickey Mouse Club", but it wasn't until 1997 that she became truly famous. In the time between the TV show and the debut of her first song, Britney was in an all-female pop band.
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The producer Lou Pearlman, who is the creator of successful pop groups such as the Backstreet Boys and Nsync, opted to create a female group called Innosense, where Spears was one of the participants, pretending that they would become the American version of the Spice Girls.
However, Britney was replaced by Veronica Finn. The karma came early, because despite having been the opening act for Nsync at several concerts, the group didn't work and had to dissolve, while Spears became the acclaimed "Princess of Pop".