Britney Spears’ famous schoolgirl outfit in the Hit Me Baby… One More Time! music video has been voted the most renowned pop outfit by Brits from a new poll.
The result, announced by Lucky Voice counts down the top 5 pop outfits us Brits love to try on.
Lucky Voice karaoke bar are giving guests the chance to look as well as sing like their idols with their new fan-cy Dress Shop.
The karaoke brand conducted research to discover which famous pop-outfit the UK deemed most iconic, and subsequently included Britney’s schoolgirl outfit in the shop, which came in at number one with almost 30% of the votes.
The top five most renowned pop outfits as voted for by Brits were as follows:
- Britney Spears’ schoolgirl outfit from her first single, Hit Me Baby One More Time, in 1998
- Geri Halliwell’s Union Jack dress worn at 1997’s Brit Awards
- Madonna’s cone bra, designed by Jean Paul Gaultier from her 1990 Blonde Ambition tour
- Kylie Minogue’s gold hotpants as worn in her Spinning Around music video in 2000
- Cher’s eye-watering fishnet body stocking with black bathing suit, worn in 1989’s Turn Back Time video
Other costumes on offer include replicates of the white jumpsuit worn by Elvis in 1973, Michael Jackson’s red Thriller suit from 1983 and the inimitable bow wig and glasses combo worn by Lady Gaga on tour in 2008.
This is just one of the new offerings at Lucky Voice Islington, which has had an all-singing, all-dancing makeover.
Guests can now order a special cocktail, full of ingredients scientifically proven to enhance the vocal cords.
The lighting in the karaoke booths has also been designed with singing in mind, with key colours selected to drive karaoke performance.
This includes yellow, proven to drive confidence and self-esteem (ideal for belting out a solo), green, which promotes reassurance (great for those nervous singers) and pink, which stimulates sexuality (ideal for anyone planning a sultry Beyonce number).
Lucky Voice Islington officially opens its doors to the public from March 24th 2017, and is located at 173-174 Upper Street, London N1 1RG.