At 39, Britney Spears seems willing to talk about the hidden side of her career and her legal and personal troubles. This as long as it is on her own terms as has been disclosed by the United States press.
According to a report on the television program Entertainment Tonight, the pop singer has been pleased by the support of her fans and celebs such as Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Kardashian, Courtney Love, Paris Hilton and Miley Cyrus. Everyone has come out in defense of her with more zeal after the premiere of the documentary ‘Framing Britney Spears’, on February 5.
The same “princess of pop” made comments on her Twitter account, and without mentioning the documentary, she made her position clear. “No matter what we think we know about someone’s life, that is nothing compared to what that person actually lives behind the lens!” she wrote. This despite the fact that it was rumored that she had refused to watch the program, precisely because she felt tired of her publicly discussing her private life.
A source close to the artist said Britney has considered speaking out about her past, mainly because she doesn’t feel others should tell her story. “She has always hated doing interviews, but if she ever takes that step, Oprah will most likely be her first choice,” said the person, according to whom nothing has yet been decided for Spears to agree to participate in this type of meeting. media. She also clarified that if she did, it would have to be on her terms. And also under which she dictates legal custody of her, which implies that she must have the permission of her guardian.It has been through social networks that the voices have joined to ask that Oprah Winfrey be the one who conducts the interview with Britney. Her legion of followers are convinced that this would be the ideal space for her to talk openly about what has happened in her life and career, especially in the last thirteen years, since her father was legally designated as custodian of her finances and your personal affairs.
The massive petition came after Oprah’s controversial interview with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex. Now the public believes that it is time for Britney to take the microphone and tell her own story.
“Britney has been happier lately and those closest to her feel that it is because she has received tremendous support from her fans,” said the source, for whom the documentary has inspired more than ever an avalanche of love. “While she has not been able to make changes to her guardianship, she has received millions of messages from her followers on social media and she feels much more understood.”
‘Framing Britney Spears’, was only the first documentary about the star. This week the British channel BBC Two announced that it is working on an audiovisual special about the singer’s legal battle. And as if that were not enough, it has been rumored that Netflix has also commissioned a project on the same subject from director Erin Lee Carr.It seems that luck is changing for Britney. A couple of days ago, it was learned that her lawyer Samuel Ingham has advanced in the process to request the replacement of her father Jamie Spears as legal guardian. Who would take her place would be Jodi Montgomery, a professional accredited in the United States to serve as a tutor for other people. In fact, in 2019, Montgomery was appointed as the singer’s temporary conservator, so it is known that there is already a relationship between them.