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LISTEN: Britney Spears without Auto-Tune

LISTEN: Britney Spears without Auto-Tune

CARRYING A TUNE:Britney Spears' auto-tune-less version of "Alien" was never meant to be heard by the masses. Photo: Associated Press

When a track of pop star Britney Spears singing a song off of her latest album “Britney Jean” surfaced online, producer William Orbit was quick to defend the star, saying it was a vocal warm-up and “not supposed to be shared with millions of listeners.”

It’s certainly not the first time the “Toxic” hitmaker has been accused of faking it. Decide for yourself.

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