Andre Fuentes, Britney Spears dancer and choreographer, dies at 40

Colin Stutz
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Britney Spears' longtime dancer and choreographer Andre Fuentes was found dead Tuesday night. He was 40, PopCrush reports.

Fuentes' had been with Spears since the 1999 ...Baby One More Time Tour, working on live performances and music videos over their more than 15 years together.

His dance credits include classics such as "I'm a Slave 4 U," "Sometimes," "Born to Make You Happy" and "(You Drive Me) Crazy." He also choreographed routines for the "Womanizer" and "Circus" music videos, as well as the Circus promotional tour. He also acted as the contributing choreographer for the Circus Tour.

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In the 2008 documentary For the Record, Spears said about Fuentes, "He's just amazing. He gets it. He gets me. And he knows how to make a woman look good. He gets my body. He knows my body. He knows what makes me look great, and that's why I like him."

Fuentes also worked with Beyonce, No Doubt, Brandy and Prince, whose "The Greatest Romance That's Ever Been Sold" video he choreographed.

See a clip from On the Record showing Fuentes and Spears sharing a fun moment during rehearsals in 2008 here:

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