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Favorite guilty pleasure movie of the early aughts: 'Crossroads' or 'Glitter'?

"Crossroads" and "Glitter" are classic guilty pleasures. The films star two of the biggest pop stars of all time, but both received awful reviews. Despite criticism, fans ran to theaters in groves to see "Crossroads" starring Britney Spears, which brought in over $61 million worldwide. Mariah Carey’s "Glitter" only brought in over $5 million, but the gem holds a cult following anyways. Both films follow young women navigating friendships and trying to pursue singing careers. Which was your guilty pleasure?

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Favorite guilty pleasure movie of the early aughts: 'Crossroads' or 'Glitter'?
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Favorite guilty pleasure movie of the early aughts: 'Crossroads' or 'Glitter'?
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Critics said "Crossroads" was so bad, it reminded them of an extended music video. But fans say critics were way off base.

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"Glitter" was slammed with horrible reviews, one critic even said Mariah Carey had "the acting range of a parakeet." But fans of the film disagree with all the hate.

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FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Favorite guilty pleasure movie of the early aughts: 'Crossroads' or 'Glitter'?
#TeamCrossroads
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamGlitter