Britney Spears' former manager Larry Rudolph confirms to Usmagazine.com that he has met the singer and says she's "doing great.
"I have spent time with her, and she is on the right path because she has people around her who really care about her well-being," Rudolph said.
He would not comment further, explaining, "this isn’t the time to talk business. This is a time for healing."
Last week, a source tells Us that Spears met with Rudolph, who is credited for discovering her and managing her career for 9 years. (They stopped talking last February after she blamed him for forcing her into rehab.)
"People close to Britney know that Larry is the best person for her," a friend of the Spears family told Us. "He's the man who can get her back on the right track career-wise."
Rudolph is currently producing the MTV show Rock the Cradle, which debuts April 3.
UPDATE: "She'll get it together. I think she's gonna make the biggest comeback in history." - Larry Rudolph to extratv.com today. "After spending a few days with her this past week, we didn't talk about anything professional. I just sat and talked with her. I think she's doing great. Her father is doing a great job with her and she's in a great place right now."