News

Cal marching band plays tribute to Britney Spears

Cal marching band plays tribute to Britney Spears

SPEARS SURPRISED: Britney Spears was overwhelmed by the Cal marching band's tribute to her during a halftime show. Photo: Associated Press

Britney Spears was moved to tears by a college marching band’s tribute to her music, performed during half-time at a big football game earlier this month.

The student musicians at the University of California staged a five-minute medley of the superstar’s hits, starting with “Toxic” and ending with “Baby One More Time,” before their Golden Bears college football team went head-to-head with state rivals the University of California, Los Angeles Bruins on Oct. 12.

Video footage of the impressive performance was recently brought to Spears’ attention and the pop icon made her appreciation known by sending out a Twitter.com post to the band.

Taking to her blog on Thursday, she wrote, “Heart bubbles popping @calband. I teared up watching this. Thank ya’ll so much (sic)!!! Go Golden Bears!”

Recent Headlines

55 minutes ago in Viral Videos

When a brother loses a bet

Fresh
Dance Bet

A guy loses a bet to his younger brother and must dance on a busy street corner for 30 minutes. What happens next is amazing.

1 hour ago in Entertainment

REVIEW: Johnny Depp and crew fail at ‘Transcendence’

Fresh
This image released by Warner Brothers Pictures shows Johnny Depp in a scene from the sci-fi thriller "Transcendence."

Johnny Depp falls short of greatness in his latest film, but at least it's not "Lone Ranger."

today in Trending, Viral Videos

TODAY’S MUST SEE: 50 most frustrating video game moments

Updated
Video Games Sonic

Playing video games can be fun, into you run into one of these situations!

today in Music

Zac Brown Band’s sold-out concerts make Fenway Park history

zacbrown

The band will play a double-header at Boston's historic ballpark.

today in Music

Lost Hank Williams recordings set for release

hankwilliams

Previously unreleased songs performed by country legend Hank Williams on a 1950 radio show are set to go on sale.