Las Vegas and Britney Spears are strange and similar American bedfellows, with a long and entangled relationship. The first blip in an otherwise perfectly manicured career, and a sign of personal chaos to come for Spears, happened in Vegas, when Britney married childhood friend Jason Alexander in quickie ceremony at the Little White Wedding Chapel that was just as swiftly annulled by her management team. In March of 2004, she released a video for "Everytime," a shatteringly sad song she wrote herself (a rare feat in Spears' catalogue) about the breakup of her relationship with Justin Timberlake that shows her committing suicide in the bathtub of a Vegas hotel. And in 2007, a now infamous year of personal struggle for her, Britney released Blackout, the best album of her career and also its bleakest, with a song called "Why Should I Be Sad?" that describes divorcing her second husband, Kevin Federline, after a trip to Vegas with a pocket full of paper... only brought the player out of [him].