Britney Spears at the VMAs: Through the Years
From her iconic 2001 Banana the Snake-wielding "I'm a Slave 4 U" dance, to her 2003 show=stopping turn onstage with Madonna (and THAT kiss!), Britney Spears has delivered some of the most legendary, controversial and exciting moments — as well as looks — in the history of the MTV Video Music Awards over the years.
Over the course of nearly two decades — her first time at the VMAs was in 1999, when the then-not a girl, not yet a woman pop star took to the stage to perform "...Baby One More Time" — Spears has shimmied, strip-teased and sung her way through countless hits, taking home six Moonman statues of her own: three for "Piece of Me," one for "Womanizer," one for "Till the World Ends," and the 2011 Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award.
Click through our gallery above to relive Brit Brit's most iconic MTV VMAs looks through the years and let us know in the comments: Which one was born to make you happy?
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