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Britney Spears and Demi Lovato: a comparison

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Britney Spears and Demi Lovato have both rocked the stage at Madison Square Garden. Both are so young and so talented. Both are judges on "The X Factor." Are they "x-actly" the same? We investigate.

Both singers rose to fame through Disney.

Both are from the South and have had successful recording careers since childhood.

But it's Britney who is worth about $200 million and Demi about $3 million, according to therichest.org.

In Demi's defense, she's 20 years old. Britney is 30 and has been doing show biz longer.

Still, both managed to have a very public breakdown.

Spears, a mother of two, went as far as shaving her head before entering rehab.

Demi allegedly got violent with a tour member. After battling eating disorders and cutting herself, she also went to rehab.

The latest common thread between the two is hairstyles.

This past weekend in Las Vegas, Britney showed off a very colorful hairdo that was very demi.

Meanwhile, Demi sported a blond 'do that looked very Britney.

Where they differ, where they are similar seem that they're bonding while looking for the next big talent.

I do want to point out that Britney has had 7 tours while demi has had 3.

But like we said demi is 10 years younger, so maybe she'll make it up in time.

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