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People Are Trying To Make Britney Spears A Playable Character In "Super Smash Bros." Because Why Not?

*Blinds Mario with Fantasy perfume*

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Gay men (aka the majority of Nintendo players) are on a mission to make the Holy Spearit a playable fighter in latest Super Smash Bros. incarnation on the Nintendo Wii U.

Vote for Britney to be part of Super Smash Bros here! https://t.co/LwhO0lJLBs

YES THIS IS ACTUALLY REAL LIFE.

On the Super Smash Bros. website, there's a ballot option which allows anyone to vote for any video game character they'd like to see in the game and Nintendo will "consider turning them into a Smash fighter."

Now, you're probably thinking to yourself, "Sure, Britney's the Queen of Pop and the first human to film a music video on Mars, but she's NOT a video game character!"

FOX

WRONG.

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If you open up your Bible to book Britney Era 37:6-9, you will note a few sentences about Britney's very own video game, Britney's Dance Beat, for the Sony Playstation 2 AND Game Boy Advance — A NINTENDO VIDEO GAME CONSOLE.

AKA BRITNEY IS TOTALLY ELIGIBLE TO BE A SMASH CHARACTER!! ! !! !!!! ! !!!!!!!!!!!!!
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AKA BRITNEY IS TOTALLY ELIGIBLE TO BE A SMASH CHARACTER!! ! !! !!!! ! !!!!!!!!!!!!!

*Video proof for Xtina naysayers*

View this video on YouTube

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But wait a minute...

Jive

...Britney as a Smash character is actually a really fucking great idea! Like, couldn't you imagine Brit choking Mario with her yellow snake?

Nintendo / Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed

Or her crackin' that whip makin' Luigi trip just like a circus?

Nintendo / Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed

Or even playing a match on Britney's iconic Vegas stage with the iconic "Toxic" tree?!?

Nintendo / Charlotte Gomez / BuzzFeed

*Literally dies at the thought of the slayage*

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Wanna see Britney ~work~ some bitches? Voting ends October 3rd, SO...

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