Britney Spears: After hinting online for many years, the Blogger Perez Hilton makes his Mea Culpa
© Imago Images / Mary Evans / 2021 Forest (Prod for the BBC) Britney Spears: After Harness Online for many years, the Blogger Perez Hilton makes his Mea Culpa on Monday, January 3, the channel channel + Docs broadcast at 20:55 The British documentary unpublished the battle for Britney: fans, cash and tutelage. Among the speakers, we find Perez Hilton, famous American People blogger, who had made Britney Spears one of his privileged targets in the 2000s.
Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears have known each other since their pre-teen days on the star-studded The All-New Mickey Mouse Club and, while their relationship might not be as tumultuous as the lawyer-filled feud Spears has with little sister Jamie Lynn Spears, there’s always been an air of rivalry between the ‘90s pop stars. Aguilera opened up about her relationship with the “Toxic” singer, and gave her honest opinion on the end of Britney’s conservatorship. © Provided by CinemaBlend Christina Aguilera speaks to radio host Enrique Santos.
The “Genie in a Bottle” singer has been vocally supportive of the “Free Britney” movement, and Christina Aguilera spoke out on Twitter during the trial that led to the end of Britney Spears’ conservatorship last year. In an interview with radio host Enrique Santos, Christina Aguilera again voiced her support for Spears and said she couldn’t be happier for her:
Britney Spears: 'People have no idea the awful things that were done to me'
Britney Spears has said "people have no idea the awful things that were done to me" under her father's conservatorship.In an Instagram post, the popstar, 40, said the time spent under the controversial arrangement "really hurt me" and was "set up to make me fail".
Christina Aguilera acknowledged that Britney Spears deserves to be in charge of her own life and is happy that she finally is empowered in that way, but the “Lady Marmalade” singer was still apprehensive to speak too much on the subject.
In the days following the end of her conservatorship, Britney Spears called Christina Aguilera out for not commenting on the abuse the former had suffered over the past 13 years, after Aguilera said only that she was “happy” for her former co-star as she was being pulled away from a red carpet interview at the Latin Grammys. Britney Spears shared a photo of Aguilera on social media, saying, in part, “Refusing to speak when you know the truth is equivalent to a lie.”
While the actress and singer may not want to speak publicly about what the "Oops!... I Did It Again" songstress endured for fear of talking out of turn, the former Voice coach told Enrique Santos that her fellow pop singer can always reach out to her, and that their shared experience of growing up in that business gives them a certain understanding of each other’s circumstances:
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2021 has seen the world ablaze with devastating wildfires, heatwaves and conflict, but the year has been speckled with hopeThere were glimmers of hope, as Olympic champion Simone Biles proved a role model for young people and a fan-led movement helped free pop star Britney Spears from a conservatorship.
Britney Spears hasn’t responded publicly to Christina Aguilera’s latest comments, but hopefully there’s no bad blood between them and she feels that she can reach out to her fellow pop star. Spears has definitely been through a lot, and the months since her conservatorship ended haven’t always been easy, with Exhibit A being the accusations fired back and forth between Spears and her sister. Spears continues to need people in her corner, and it would be nice to have someone around who's been around from the beginning.
Madonna suggests joint stadium tour with Britney Spears .
Madonna suggests joint stadium tour with Britney Spears . © Provided by Cover Media Madonna During an Instagram Live Q&A on Wednesday, the 63-year-old singer was asked by a fan about whether she plans to tour again someday. "Hell yeah! I have to," the Express Yourself singer replied, adding: "Stadium baby! Me and Britney, what about that?" The Grammy winner suggested that she and the Toxic hitmaker could "reenact the original (kiss)," referring to their headline-grabbing on-stage kiss at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards.