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15 Times Britney Spears Was So Good To Her Fans

They're so lucky, she's a star.

1. When she generously took time out of her day to take a photo with these two struggling cocktail waitresses.

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2. When she made this little girl's dream come true by inviting her to her album launch party.

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3. When she brought this less fortunate teenager onstage with her at the VMAs.

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4. When she agreed to go to a high school dance with an at-risk youth.

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5. When she let this fan who was having a bad hair day join her on stage.

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6. When she showed up at a retirement home to do a surprise karaoke session with her oldest fan.

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7. When she took both a serious AND a goofy picture so this 7th grader could document meeting her idol.

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8. When she put her own wellness at risk by hugging a complete stranger who could've given her some sort of illness.

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9. When she gave this radio contest winner the potential for a really good Instagram picture.

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10. When she agreed to appear on this woman's struggling talk show.

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11. When she gave tips to this commoner on how to make it in Hollywood.

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12. When she let this star-stuck fan look her in the eyes and ask her a question.

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13. When she graciously let this tween publicly give her an award on national television and asked for nothing in return.

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14. When she surprised this unsuspecting fan with a pillow fight.

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15. And when she allowed this mother take a picture with her so she could get cool points from her daughter.

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