Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Jessica Simpson, and Mandy Moore were some of the most popular pop princesses of the 2000s. They all had successful music careers and were often compared to each other. Here are some comparisons between the four:
She was the most iconic and influential of the four.
Known for her catchy tunes, seductive dance moves, and revealing clothing.
Had a highly publicized personal life, with many controversies.
Her music spanned a range of genres, from bubblegum pop to R&B to electronic.
Her biggest hits include “Baby One More Time,” “Oops!… I Did It Again,” and “Toxic.”
Known for her powerful vocals and bold fashion choices.
Often challenged gender norms and stereotypes with her image and lyrics.
Her music spanned a range of genres, from pop to R&B to soul.
Had a more mature and experimental sound than Britney Spears.
Her biggest hits include “Genie in a Bottle,” “Beautiful,” and “Fighter.”
Often marketed as the “girl-next-door” type with a wholesome image.
Her music was primarily pop with a bit of country influence.
Became more popular in the mid-2000s due to her reality show “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica” with then-husband Nick Lachey.
Her biggest hits include “I Wanna Love You Forever,” “With You,” and “These Boots Are Made for Walkin’.”
Started out as a teen pop singer but later transitioned to acting.
Known for her sweet voice and wholesome image.
Her music was primarily pop with a bit of folk influence.
Had a more mellow and subtle sound than the other three.
Her biggest hits include “Candy,” “I Wanna Be With You,” and “Only Hope.”