Britney Spears is an American singer and songwriter.
Britney Spears has landed a record-breaking deal for a tell-all autobiography. An unnamed source told the New York Post that “the deal is one of the biggest of all time, behind the Obamas”. It is believed it is in the region of €15m. Let’s face it — the pop legend is hardly short on material and I can only hope she follows in the footsteps of Katie Price and Sharon Osbourne and serialises her story. Some of her fans are already speculating that she might branch out into fiction, aka ‘Brit lit’.
A judge in Los Angeles today approved the termination – with some terms and conditions – of the the legal conservatorship arrangement that ruled Britney Spears’ life for 13 years after the superstar’s father filed to have it brought to an end.
An attorney for Britney Spears has asked to question her father under oath about how the pop singer's money was spent during his 13 years overseeing her conservatorship, according to legal documents filed ahead of a key court hearing next week.
Now that the Covid doom-mongers are being silenced and column inches devoted to forecasting further lockdowns are retreating, media outlets will be searching for fresh stories to fill the airwaves and the banner headlines.
It was a broken car cassette player that helped change the course of pop history. Stockholm DJ Denniz Pop had been given a demo tape by a new band from Sweden’s second city, Gothenburg, and as it was stuck in the cassette deck he found himself forced to listen to it time and again any time he was driving. The band were Ace of Base and the song was tentatively called All That She Wants.
A Los Angeles judge and several other people with legal powers over pop star Britney Spears will convene for a hearing to deal with the aftermath of her dramatic speech condemning the conservatorship that has controlled her life for 13 years.
Last Thursday, a day after she testified in the legal case to remove her controversial and “abusive” conservatorship, Britney Spears said sorry to her fans. “I apologise,” she wrote on Instagram, “for pretending like I’ve been OK the past two years… I did it because of my pride and I was embarrassed to share what happened to me… but honestly who doesn’t want to capture their Instagram in a fun light!!!!”
The world had an inkling that Britney Spears’ conservatorship had a dark underbelly, but it was only when the singer had her say that we were told just how horrific things had become for the singer. This week she told an LA court about the full extent of the restrictions imposed on her over the past 13 years. Britney has been trying to stop her father, Jamie, having control over her affairs, and claimed that the conservatorship was ‘abusive’. Given that it reportedly forbade her to marry, forced her to take lithium under supervision and insisted she have an IUD contraceptive device fitted, it would be hard to disagree.
OF ALL the harrowing details to emerge during the hearing into the conservatorship arrangement for pop princess Britney Spears (39), learning that she wasn’t even in control of her own body was a stand-out moment.
An emotional Britney Spears on Wednesday called the 13-year-long conservatorship that has controlled her life stupid and abusive, saying she felt traumatised and angry and wanted her life back.
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