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Britney Spears VMA Style: Too Conservative in Black Shorts Romper? (Photos)

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Britney Spears shimmers in a black romper at VMAs

Check out Britney Spears’ VMA style in the photos below – Brit opted for a black Moschino sequined short romper. Love it… or hate it?

Britney Spears’ choice of shorts seemed to miss the usual Brit mark of sexiness. Note there’s no plunging neckline and no bare midriff. No sexy cutout or super revealing elements.

In all, Britney’s choice was a bit of a yawn.

Yes, Spears is embracing the style trend of shorts, and she looks cute. Heck, she even glammed it up for the MTV Music Video Awards with the sequined bit and threw in the cheese factor with some ugly peep toe shoes.

It just seemed like a too-safe choice, given that Gaga was dressed like a man and Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj looked like they were completely from another planet.

Has Britney Spears grown up too much for the MTV scene?

Britney had a shout out for the kids during one acceptance speech: “First I’d like to thank…I wasn’t expecting this! I’d like to thank God for blessing me so much, my beautiful – my boys, Jayden and Preston – mommy loves you!”

Bottom line though – Britney looks put together, healthy and happy!

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Images: PRPhotos.com

Britney spotted off the red carpet, rocking an impressive beach bod!

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