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  1. Hi, I just made this subreddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/BritneyUniverse/ Y'all are welcomed there. @laracroftonline hope you will manage this place too, to suit your purpose and taste, I like you and your work very much. ❤️❤️❤️ Please read blue announcement on this web.
  2. I want to say thank to all of you for coming here to home, and as a family we're sticking together. Sending you kisses, and wish you much health, happiness and well-being in the coming year. @laracroftonline, thank you for being here with us, and in tough times you kept us afloat, just as we keep you and you have our support. I'm very looking forward about what kind of surprise you will bring next year ❤️
  3. Stop everything you’re doing and check out Britney Spears’ latest Instagram video. It’s a total slay-fest. In the video, she’s rocking not one but two gorgeous dresses – a pink glittery number and a stunning gold one. But there’s more to this video than just stunning fashion. Britney drops an important quote in the video: “So, guys, I just want you to know, if I ever shut down my Instagram, do not call the cops.” Talk about a great statement! We love that Britney is confident and in control of her life, and she’s not gonna let anyone mess with her. We totally love the caption Stay humble out there, y’all !!! Hi mommy and daddy, I am a star now have you heard ??? Carry on peeps … She’s still slaying it. And for once, she’s not the one making the dresses – she reveals that a company sent them to her. But honestly, who cares who made them? Britney could rock a paper bag and still look like a queen. View the full article
  4. Y’all, did you see Britney’s recent Instagram post?! She’s back at Santa Monica’s iconic fig tree and it’s everything! She’s been doing this for years, and it’s become an annual tradition for our queen of pop. The fig tree is estimated to be over 140 years old and stands over 80 feet tall, and let me tell you, Britney is serving looks in front of it. The post celebrates Britney’s connection to nature and the simple things in life, and she even shared an article about her yearly trip to the fig tree. She captioned the post, “I’ve been coming here for years… it’s so beautiful!” and it’s just so pure and wholesome, I can’t handle it. Britney’s love for the fig tree is a beautiful reminder to appreciate the little things in life and to find moments of peace and happiness amidst the chaos. It’s a symbol of beauty, tradition, and nature, and it’s why we love our queen so much. In conclusion, Britney Spears’ recent Instagram post celebrating her annual trip to Santa Monica’s iconic fig tree is everything we needed and more. It’s a beautiful reminder of the simple things in life and our queen’s connection to nature. We love you, Britney! View the full article
  5. In the years since a judge gave the father of Britney Spears broad control over her life and finances, concerned fans have questioned how the court could continue to deem her unable to protect and care for herself despite the fact that she was still a performing pop star. Her father and others involved in the conservatorship maintained that it was a smooth-running machine that had rescued her from a low point and benefited Ms. Spears, and that she could move to end it whenever she wanted. All the while, she stayed largely silent on the subject in public. But now, confidential court records obtained by The New York Times reveal that Ms. Spears, 39, expressed serious opposition to the conservatorship earlier and more often than had previously been known, and said that it restricted everything from whom she dated to the color of her kitchen cabinets. “She articulated she feels the conservatorship has become an oppressive and controlling tool against her,” a court investigator wrote in a 2016 report. The system had “too much control,” Ms. Spears said, according to the investigator’s account of the conversation. “Too, too much!” Ms. Spears informed the investigator that she wanted the conservatorship terminated as soon as possible. “She is ‘sick of being taken advantage of’ and she said she is the one working and earning her money but everyone around her is on her payroll,” the investigator wrote. In 2019, Ms. Spears told the court that she had felt forced by the conservatorship into a stay at a mental health facility and to perform against her will. At the helm of the singer’s life and finances for most of that time was her once-estranged father, James P. Spears. Mr. Spears, known as Jamie, was appointed conservator in 2008, shortly after Ms. Spears was twice taken to a hospital by ambulance for involuntary psychiatric evaluations amid a series of public struggles and concerns around her mental health and substance abuse. The newly obtained court records show that Ms. Spears questioned his fitness for the role. As early as 2014, in a hearing closed to the public, Ms. Spears’s court-appointed lawyer, Samuel D. Ingham III, said she wanted to explore removing her father as conservator, citing his drinking, among other objections on a “shopping list” of grievances. Last year, Mr. Ingham told the judge that Ms. Spears was “afraid of her father,” who remains a steward of her nearly $60 million fortune. On Wednesday, Ms. Spears is scheduled to address the Los Angeles court directly — a rare move she requested on an expedited basis. It is unclear whether her remarks will be made in public, but her relationship with her father is expected to be a central topic. Representatives for Mr. Spears, 68, declined to comment, citing the pending court hearing. But they have previously said the conservatorship was necessary to protect Ms. Spears from exploitation and harm and that Mr. Spears has been a dutiful father, acting out of love for his daughter. “Any time Britney wants to end her conservatorship, she can ask her lawyer to file a petition to terminate it; she has always had this right but in 13 years has never exercised it,” Vivian Lee Thoreen, a lawyer for Mr. Spears, said in a statement to People earlier this year. “Britney knows that her Daddy loves her, and that he will be there for her whenever and if she needs him, just as he always has been — conservatorship or not.” Theirs has long been a difficult and dysfunctional relationship, according to the court records and interviews with many people who know the family. But that dynamic grew even more complicated after Mr. Spears — a recovering alcoholic who has faced accusations of physical and verbal abuse — took the lead in wrestling what he saw as his adult daughter’s demons. Ms. Spears said her father was “obsessed” with her and wanted to control everything about her, according to the investigator’s report. She could not make friends without his approval. Even as she earned millions from a successful Las Vegas residency, she said she was limited to a $2,000 weekly allowance, according to the records. Any mistakes resulted in “very harsh” consequences, Ms. Spears added, according to the report. The conservatorship “comes with a lot of fear,” she said. After consulting with Ms. Spears, her conservators and her doctors, the probate investigator concluded in 2016 that the conservatorship remained in Ms. Spears’s best interests based on her complex finances, susceptibility to undue influence and “intermittent” drug issues, though the report called for “a pathway to independence and the eventual termination of the conservatorship.” The records provide only a snapshot of Ms. Spears’s sentiments and situation throughout a 13-year saga. Still, they present in great detail her discontent with the arrangement, in particular her concerns that her views about her father’s behavior were not being appropriately considered. Experts say conservatorships should prioritize the wishes of the conservatee and help them regain their independence. The arrangements are supposed to be a last resort for people who cannot take care of their basic needs, such as those with significant disabilities or older people with dementia, yet Ms. Spears has been able to perform and profit for more than a decade. Jamie and Britney What the court records make clear is that the battle over the conservatorship is rooted in the family’s troubled history. Debbie Sanders Cross, Mr. Spears’s first wife, who remains his friend, said his own “very difficult upbringing” had influenced his perspective. “I really think that’s why he’s trying to be so protective of Britney,” she said. Mr. Spears had spent much of his life in Kentwood, a tiny Louisiana town where he was a star quarterback. His father, a boilermaker, was strict and demanding. “His daddy was so hard on him, but Jamie loved him and respected him,” Mr. Spears’s former football coach, Elton Shaw, recalled. Mr. Spears’s youth was marked by tragedy: His mother died by suicide on the grave of her infant son when Mr. Spears was 13, according to the local paper. Mr. Spears survived a car accident that killed a football teammate four years later. At 22, he was arrested on drug and driving while intoxicated charges, according to a news report. When Lynne Spears, his second wife and Britney’s mother, filed for divorce in 1980, she requested a temporary restraining order, citing a fear that he would “become angry when he is served with these papers” and harass or harm her, “especially if he has been drinking alcoholic beverages, as he has done in the past.” The couple reconciled, but Mr. Spears’s instability haunted Ms. Spears’s childhood, the family has said. In her 2008 memoir, Lynne recalled years of “verbal abuse, abandonment” and “erratic behavior.” The family struggled financially, and in 1998, just months before the release of Ms. Spears’s blockbuster first album, the Spearses filed for bankruptcy. The couple divorced in 2002. Ms. Spears said later that it was the “best thing that ever happened to our family.” Mr. Spears was present only intermittently during his daughter’s rise to pop stardom. In 2004, according to a court filing, Mr. Spears went to rehab for alcoholism at the urging of his daughter. But by 2007, Ms. Spears was struggling herself. Humiliation by the press, stalking by the paparazzi, speculation around her mental health and substance abuse and a custody battle over her two young sons helped lead Ms. Spears to a breaking point. Mr. Spears reappeared for what he and his ex-wife, Lynne, viewed as an urgent rescue mission. Along with his business manager, Louise M. Taylor, he prayed and fasted before he petitioned a judge for a temporary conservatorship of Ms. Spears, Lynne wrote in her memoir. Ms. Taylor later became a business manager of Ms. Spears’s estate and an architect of her comeback. The singer stressed that she did not want her father in charge, a lawyer she consulted at the time has said. But the judge overseeing the case, Reva Goetz, deemed Ms. Spears incapable of hiring her own counsel and appointed Mr. Ingham, the lawyer who represents her to this day. In February 2008, according to court records, Judge Goetz deemed Mr. Spears “a suitable and qualified person” and granted him broad control over his daughter’s daily life and, alongside a co-conservator, her finances. “Everything he does, he feels is in the best interest of his daughters and his family,” said Mitch Covington, a friend of Mr. Spears’s. Ms. Spears quickly went back to work. Within a year of being deemed unable to care for herself, she guest-starred on national television, released a No. 1 album and was preparing to embark on a run of almost 100 shows around the world. Aside from his salary as conservator — now about $16,000 per month, plus $2,000 a month for office space rent — Mr. Spears was approved by the court to receive a percentage of various deals signed for his daughter. In 2011, he received a 2.95 percent commission for his work on Ms. Spears’s successful Femme Fatale tour. And in 2014, he was granted 1.5 percent of gross revenues from the performances and merchandising tied to her Las Vegas residency, “Piece of Me,” which went on to earn a reported $138 million across nearly 250 shows. The dual role of looking out for Ms. Spears’s best interests as conservator and reaping more profits each time she performed was “fraught with conflict,” according to W. Michael Hensley, a probate lawyer in California who works as a fee examination expert and is not involved in the Spears case. Questioning her father’s role Confidential court records reveal Ms. Spears’s concerns that her father was hardly the person to be setting, and enforcing, the rules that governed her life. Ms. Spears’s first tour under the conservatorship, The Circus Starring Britney Spears, was designed to be a dry one, with cast and crew forbidden from drinking alcohol — or even energy drinks — around Ms. Spears, according to three people who worked on it. During this period, a former nanny and housekeeper for Ms. Spears claimed Mr. Spears engaged in “verbal abuse, tirades, inappropriate behavior and alcoholic relapses,” according to a legal letter sent in 2010 that threatened a lawsuit. In 2014, Mr. Ingham told the court that Ms. Spears believed her father was drinking, according to a transcript of the closed hearing. Lawyers representing the conservatorship responded that Mr. Spears had voluntarily submitted to regularly scheduled alcohol tests and never failed. Mr. Spears’s lawyer said he took one random test, but refused to take any more, calling the request inappropriate. “Absolutely inappropriate,” the judge replied. “And who is she to be demanding that of anybody?” Mr. Ingham told the court that his client was upset that it was not taking her concerns seriously. “She said to me, when she gave me this shopping list, that she anticipates that, as it has been done before, the court will simply sweep it under the carpet and ignore any negative inferences with regard to Mr. Spears,” Mr. Ingham said, according to a transcript. Mr. Ingham also raised Ms. Spears’s urgent desire to terminate the conservatorship altogether. She had even mentioned the possibility of changing her lifestyle and retiring, but believed the conservatorship precluded that, he said, according to a transcript. The judge said that she would consider ending the conservatorship if Ms. Spears established a healthy relationship with a therapist and returned one year’s worth of clean drug tests. But the judge would not guarantee it. Those gathered, including the judge and lawyers on both sides, raised the possibility that Ms. Spears’s boyfriend was provoking her discontent. Behind closed doors In 2016, Ms. Spears released her ninth studio album and performed more than 50 times in Las Vegas. But in private, she was again protesting the conservatorship, according to a report written by a probate investigator. (In California conservatorships, a court investigator conducts periodic reviews for the judge.) Ms. Spears told the investigator that she was “very angry” about the way her life was being run, and described security around her at all times. She was also being tested for drugs numerous times weekly, and her credit card was held by her security team or assistant and used at their discretion, the report said. Ms. Spears wanted to make cosmetic changes to her home, like restaining her kitchen cabinets, she told the investigator, but was forbidden by her father, who told her too much money was being spent. The public image of Ms. Spears’s life gave little sense of the turmoil she was expressing privately. An Instagram feed presented her as playfully approachable, and a new, lucrative Las Vegas show was set to begin in February 2019. Then, a month before the opening, Ms. Spears announced an “indefinite work hiatus,” canceling the residency. Mr. Spears had “almost died” after suffering a ruptured colon, according to a statement, which noted the pair’s “very special relationship.” That spring, Ms. Spears appeared at a closed-door hearing and read a statement. According to a transcript, she asserted that she had been forced into a mental health facility against her will on exaggerated grounds, which she viewed as punishment for standing up for herself and making an objection during a rehearsal. She also claimed she had been forced to perform while sick with a 104-degree fever, calling it one of the scariest moments of her life. Ms. Spears ran down a list of her recent accomplishments, including tours and album releases. She told those present there was nothing wrong with her. A transcript of the hearing was mistakenly unsealed, and portions were first reported by TMZ. That summer brought further tumult. In August, there was an alleged physical altercation between Mr. Spears and Ms. Spears’s 13-year-old son. No charges were filed in the incident, but the child’s father, Kevin Federline, was granted a restraining order barring Mr. Spears from seeing the children. Two weeks later, Mr. Spears, citing health problems, temporarily stepped down from his position as conservator of Ms. Spears’s person and was replaced by a licensed professional. He remained in control of Ms. Spears’s money. By September 2020, a flurry of courtroom activity indicated publicly that something had shifted. Mr. Ingham filed court papers saying that Ms. Spears “is vehemently opposed to this effort by her father to keep her legal struggle hidden away in the closet as a family secret.” Mr. Ingham then filed complaints about the ways Mr. Spears managed the singer’s money, asserting that he paid excessive fees of over $300,000 to the firm of her then-business manager, Ms. Taylor. (In court, a lawyer for Mr. Spears called the fees reasonable.) As the fight drags on, the bills are piling up — and, in a quirk of the conservatorship system, Ms. Spears has to pay for lawyers on both sides, including those arguing against her wishes in court. A recent $890,000 bill from one set of Mr. Spears’s lawyers, covering about four months of work, included media strategizing for defending the conservatorship. At a public court hearing in November, Ms. Spears’s mother moved to support the removal of Mr. Spears as conservator. Through a lawyer, she called the father-daughter relationship “toxic” and said it was “time to start fresh,” adding that Mr. Spears had referred to his daughter as “a racehorse who has to be handled like one.” That day, Judge Brenda Penny, who had replaced Judge Goetz on the case, declined a request from Mr. Ingham to suspend Mr. Spears immediately, but left the door open to consider removing him in the future. Judge Penny approved a wealth management firm to serve as co-conservator of the estate alongside Mr. Spears. Mr. Ingham has not filed a petition to remove Mr. Spears permanently. Mr. Spears has recently been back home in Kentwood, where he is known to host crawfish boils and stop by the town’s VFW bar. But he mostly keeps to himself. “He is just the same old Jamie,” his former football coach, Mr. Shaw, said. Mr. Spears recently sold the house Ms. Spears grew up in. He has been staying down a winding country road on the outskirts of town, in an RV parked at a warehouse that has stored the boxed-up relics of his daughter’s megawatt career. Source View the full article
  6. Also known as ‘Britney Jean’ photoshoot. View photos full in our gallery at theonyxzone.com View the full article
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  8. Check all photos in full quality at theonyxzone.com! View the full article
  9. ’Close’ source and TMZ doesn’t make a reliable news but obviously Britney wants her dad to step aside. But this close source claiming that Britney has 99% freedom? Doubt it Britney Spears is itching to talk to the judge in her conservatorship case next month, but not to end the conservatorship … it’s all about giving her dad his walking papers. Sources with direct knowledge tell TMZ … Britney does not feel trapped in the 13-year-old conservatorship. As one source put it, “She has 99% of the freedom she’d have if she weren’t in a conservatorship, and the only thing she’s prevented from doing are crazy things, like buying 3 cars at a time [something she tried to do back in the day].” Our sources say Britney has been free to travel — she goes to Hawaii fairly often — and lives her life in L.A. without real restrictions. We’re also told Britney is aware her life was out of control before the conservatorship was put in place, and it created a structure and also replenished her dwindling assets. As one source put it, “She’s taken care of and she knows it.” Britney’s problem is Jamie. We’re told the two don’t even speak anymore, and she’s been angry at him for a long time over business issues and certain people Jamie embraced on the team … people Britney doesn’t like because she feels they were motivated not by her self-interest but theirs. We’re told Britney wants Jamie out as the co-conservator of her estate, managing her business affairs, and that’s what she wants to talk to the judge about. She has no problem with the current conservatorship of her person. As we reported, Jodi Montgomery is now the permanent personal conservator of Britney, and the two get along. Britney has said she will not perform again as long as Jamie is part of the conservatorship. That said, she’s given no indication she wants to go back on stage and, in fact, has said she has other priorities. It’s likely the hearing next month will be open to the public. It should be riveting. Source: TMZ View the full article
  10. Check out these ‘Oops… I Did It Again’ booklet photos! Full pictures in our gallery as usual at theonyxzone.com! View the full article
  11. The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship will arrive on Saturday, May 1 on the BBC iPlayer. The entire documentary will air on Wednesday, May 5 at 9pm on BBC Two. This film will seek to uncover the truth behind the conservatorship that Britney Spears has been under for the last thirteen years.Fronted by BAFTA award-winning journalist Mobeen Azhar, The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship will follow Mobeen as he journeys from Los Angeles to Britney’s hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana, untangling the complexities surrounding the conservatorship. Mobeen delves into one of the most passionate fan bases in modern celebrity, attending a court hearing along the way and finding himself in the midst of the ongoing battle between Britney’s conservatorship team and the passionate fans behind the #FreeBritney movement. He attempts to speak to those on both sides of the fence surrounding the still-unfolding story of one of pop’s biggest ever superstars. The film includes never-before-seen interviews with Britney’s makeup artist Billy Brasfield, her former choreographer Brian Friedman, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and lawyer Lisa MacCarley among others. Source: BBC Two View the full article
  12. Britney has requested a status hearing about the conservatorship. Judge Penny set this status hearing for June 23 at 1:30 p.m. PT at Stanley Mosk Courthouse! “The conservatee has requested that I seek from the court a status hearing at which she can address the court directly,” Sam Ingham III told Judge Brenda Penny. While Ingham did not disclose the specific matters that Britney, 39, would like to address, the attorney shared the hearing would pertain to the “status of the conservatorship.” “My client asked that it be done on expedited basis,” Ingham added, emphasizing the urgency with which Britney would like to appear before the court. Other matters pertaining to today’s hearing — regarding the estate’s accounting documents — were pushed back to a separate July 14 court date. The judge also granted a motion allowing the sealing of documents from public view pertaining to Jodi Montgomery, the temporary conservator of the person set to take over for Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, in September. We are on a right track and lets hope Britney’s status hearing will finally lead to something! View the full article
  13. The new documentary is called The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship. It will be release on BBC iPlayer on Saturday, May 1 and it will air on BBC Two at 9pm on Wednesday, May 5! Length of the documentary is 60 minutes. BAFTA award-winning journalist Mobeen Azha will journey from Los Angeles to Britney’s hometown of Kentwood, Louisiana, untangling the complexities surrounding the conservatorship. Mobeen’s efforts result in him speaking to individuals on both sides of the issue, with several new interviews conducted with people who know Britney well being released. The interviewees include the musician’s make-up artist Billy Brasfield, her former choreographer Brian Friedman, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and lawyer Lisa MacCarley. Source: Cosmopolitan, Metro Uk View the full article
  14. Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake have reconnected, reports say. It’s said the former N-Sync singer, 40, reached out to ex Britney, 39, via her management almost two decades on from their split. Justin recently made headlines when he said he was “deeply sorry” after documentary Framing Britney Spears shed light on his past treatment his ex-girlfriend, which had included an interview in which he’d made light of having sex with her. The documentary explores the legalities of a conservatorship and explains how Britney’s father, Jamie, came to be in control of her finances as well as her everyday life. It also follows the way Britney – one of the world’s biggest stars – was portrayed by much of the media. Now it’s reported that Justin wanted to apologise personally, sorting a phone call through Britney’s management “who knew how touched Brit would be by his gesture.” An insider told Closer magazine : “They had a long emotional phone call where he explained his behaviour is something he’s long regretted and told Brit he wanted to personally apologise and make amends, which she really appreciated. “She told him she forgave him and said how great it would be to see him after all these years and to meet [his wife Jessica Biel] and their sons, which Justin agreed he’d love to do.” The source added to Closer that each party’s significant encouraged the phone call to happen, reasoning both would feel better afterwards. Source: Mirror Uk View the full article
  15. Lynne has objected in court that Thoreen’s firm shouldn’t be paid for ‘media matters’ that were ‘not necessary and performed in good faith for the benefit of the Conservatee.’ And we all can agree on that one and we love to see Lynne fighting for her daughter’s rights! Source: @BritneyHiatus View the full article
  16. Britney was spotted in Malibu on Thursday! More pictures at The Onyx Zone! https://absolutebritney.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Elusive_Britney_Spears_goes_shopping_in_Malibu_after_recently_addressing_fans_concerns_in_Instagram_video-6249198815001.mp4 View the full article
  17. View them in full at our gallery: The Onyx Zone View the full article
  18. She is incredibly sweet, amazing and kind! Fe always have Britney’s best interest at heart! View the full article
  19. Britney Spears’ fans have speculated that a new Instagram post — in which she says she was “embarrassed,” by the NY Times’ “Framing Britney Spears” documentary and “cried for two weeks” — was not entirely written by the pop star. Now, her former makeup artist Billy Brasfield is adding to the chorus, claiming to Page Six he personally spoke to Britney and that she told him she had no control over the caption. In a post showing Britney dancing, the caption from her own Instagram states, “I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I did see of it I was embarrassed by the light they put me in … I cried for two weeks and well …. I still cry sometimes !!!!” Brasfield, who has also worked with Mariah Carey, Beyonce and Christina Aguilera, contends of Britney, “The content is her, but … the words are NOT how she feels.” Brasfield posted on his Instagram claiming that Britney told him that, “Of course watching certain things that are now so far in HER past … circumstances that she has already lived through, and has moved beyond, that are now being brought up over and over, can be #emotional. She ‘deals’ with it, and frankly very well … she is not ‘fragile’.” Brasfield — who worked with Britney on “The X Factor” in 2012 through her 2013 video “Scream and Shout” — tells Page Six of the post, “I immediately knew it was not her,” alleging, “I texted her about it and she texted me back last night.” “What was upsetting [about the post] — it was basically a narrative denouncing her fans and the Free Britney movement and people now taking a very conscious look at the facts and what is going on,” he tells us. “Although it might be complicated for her, of course she is invested. It’s her life. She does not like being a victim, she never wanted to be a victim and doesn’t see herself as a victim. She sees herself as a survivor and has navigated this with patience and strategy.” Brasfield believes that the post was meant to distract people from what is currently happening in court with Britney’s financial matters and conservatorship. On Tuesday, Page Six reported that Britney’s father Jamie, who functions as her conservator, filed legal papers seeking to have the “Toxic” singer’s estate pay more than $3 million in legal fees — including nearly $2 million to his own lawyers. “If approved by the judge, this money would come from Britney’s estate, meaning she essentially would be paying her own father’s lawyers to fight her in court,” a source told Page Six. Jamie has also requested to continue receiving $16,000 per month for his role as co-conservator of the estate — as well as $2,000 per month for an office space. Fans have been speculating Britney did not write the social post, with one tweeting “There is not a single chance that Britney wrote this #FreeBritney.” But Cassie Petrey, who runs Spears social media for the company Crowd Surf, in February commented on the rumors, insisting, “Britney creates her own posts and writes her own captions for Instagram.” “She finds the Google images, Pinterest images, quotes, memes and everything else herself. Nobody is suggesting any of that stuff to her.” Continuing, “Britney is not ‘asking for help’ or leaving secret messages in her social media. She is literally just living her life and trying to have fun on Instagram. My work on Britney’s social media does not involve her conservatorship in any way. That’s a court and lawyer thing … These are facts.” A separate source close to Britney’s camp insists that the superstar wrote the social media post and alleged of Brasfield, “If he thinks he is speaking with Britney, he is not. He has no relationship with her. Maybe he is being catfished by someone pretending to be her.” Source: PageSix View the full article
  20. #BritneyArmy! Britney Spears has a released a new song called Matches with Backstreet Boys on Friday, December 11th! This song is a HUGE hit! It’s now available on all streaming services and online retailers! It was produced by Ian Kirkpatrick and Michael Wise, and written by Justin Tranter and Asia Whiteacre! We are loving this song! It’s an electro pop masterpiece! Make sure to stream Matches on Spotify and purchase it on iTunes now! We need to make sure it gets a high debut on the Billboard charts! It is currently #2 on iTunes! Let’s get it to #1 tonight! View the full article
  21. #BritneyArmy Britney Spears has released her new Glory Deluxe Edition with new tracks and a new cover on all online streaming services and retailers! The release includes the original Glory deluxe edition tracklist with new tracks such as Swimming In The Stars, Matches featuring Backstreet Boys, and the album version of Mood Ring as well as 3 remixes of Mood Ring! Make sure to purchase and stream the new Glory Deluxe edition! It is also available on Vinyl at Amazon and more! A CD release would totally slay us all! It needs to happen! View the full article
  22. #BritneyArmy! Swimming In The Stars has debuted at #18 on Billboard’s Digital Song Sales Chart this week! That’s an amazing accomplishment! The new Matthew Koma produced track was recently released on December 2nd 2020, to celebrate Britney’s Birthday! (Happy Birthday, Britney!) It has also reached #2 on the iTunes charts during the week of release. This previously unreleased song was recorded for Britney’s 9th Studio Album “Glory”! Be sure to purchase and stream Swimming In The Stars on all online music streaming services and retailers such as Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, and YouTube Music! View the full article
  23. Britney’s latest album ‘Glory’ is getting re-released with updated cover and two unreleased bonus songs in LP form. Information about the LP: Britney Spears’ Deluxe version of Glory is now available on opaque white vinyl! The 2 LP set includes all 17 tracks originally featured on Glory, two never before released songs and remixes. Source: https://www.roughtrade.com/us/britney-spears/glory-deluxe View the full article
  24. In preparations for the Swimming In The Stars release, RCA and Sony have put up pages to presave the “Swimming In The Stars” song. The smart url page doesn’t contain actual links yet but they are coming later this week. SmartURL Sony Music Fans We are really excited for this awesome song to be released. View the full article
  25. https://mobile.twitter.com/BritneyHiatus/status/1324077874077331456 BUT....WAIT THERE’S MORE... Lou is gone!!! Jamie trying to sneak a new business manager in but Ingram already on it too. https://mobile.twitter.com/BritneyHiatus/status/1324078841657090048 It’s all happening, y’all!!!!!!
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