6 Hilar Differences Between Britney Spears’ and Demi Lovato’s Meet & Greets

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Britney Spears may be known as the Queen of Pop, but she doesn’t hold a candle to Demi Lovato when it comes to taking a meet and greet photo. While fans have paid over $2000 to meet Miss Spears during her Vegas residency, awkward, ‘please-don’t-touch-me’ pictures are typically the result. Lovatics, however, don’t pay nearly as much to meet their idol and are the ones who come out on top ’cause their M&G pics are usually EPIC. We could tell you how stark the comparison is between the former X Factor judges’ meet and greets, but it’s much easier to show you. Check ‘em out for yourself here:

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Apparently, Britney Spears is not awkward with everyone…

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3 Responses to "6 Hilar Differences Between Britney Spears’ and Demi Lovato’s Meet & Greets"

  1. Teen.com
    Sam says:

    Haha why does she always stand like that? She looks too serious.

  2. Teen.com
    Alexis Mariah Ricci says:

    Maybe Britney is a sick.

    Does it matter if she doesn’t touch her fans?

    I mean their all fugly.

    So yea.

    Demi needs to get off her high horse.

    They look like idiots!

  3. Teen.com
    Demialltheway says:

    Wow that’s a huge difference. Is Britney scared to touch her own fans? Demi is amazing, wish I could meet her :(

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