You would think that, someone involved with music, would have a modicum of knowledge about who these people were.
"You could guess that [Britney Spears] without much of a formal education is no rocket scientist," starts this article from FoxNews.com, making the assumption that, while she may lack knowledge in history or geography for example, she most likely will be able to stand her own ground on "Rock and Roll Jeopardy on VH-1."
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be so. Britney, when asked who Yoko Ono or Linda McCartney were, simply had no clue.
"Sorry," she stated, "I'm very young."
Yes dear, and a few other things.
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