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  1. it look like "Framing Britney Spears" Trailer will give a major push to Free Britney Moment...I loved it when they mention "The way we treated her was disgusting". I think its the beginning of a new ray of light. FX and Hulu has announced that the sixth episode in the The New York Times Presents series of documentaries will be titled Framing Britney Spears. Produced by The New York Times and Left/Right, the documentary will stream on FX on Hulu on February 5, 2021. Her rise was a global phenomenon. Her downfall was a cruel national sport. People close to Britney Spears and lawyers tied to her conservatorship now reassess her career as she battles her father in court over who should control her life. The meteoric rise and disturbing fall of Britney Spears has devolved into a Kafkaesque court battle that has reawakened her fandom and raised pressing questions about mental health and an individuals’ rights. The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears re- examines her career and offers a new assessment of the movement rallying against her court-mandated conservatorship, capturing the unsavory dimensions of the American pop-star machine. The series is executive produced by Jason Stallman, Sam Dolnick, Stephanie Preiss from The New York Times, and Ken Druckerman, Banks Tarver and Mary Robertson from Left/Right. Related:
    46 points
  2. today singers don't have talents in singing or dancing. I mean Beyoncè or Britney was the full package, both of them were super talented on every field. Today people became famous because they shake their arms on TikTok
    41 points
  3. am i just getting old or are today's celebs boring as hell? i don't even know who that olivia rodrigez girl is who are these people
    38 points
  4. Making a thread because it went viral: Other non-Britney related: OT: Gaga memes in the spoiler while we're here:
    37 points
  5. yes, we're old, and yes, they're boring
    35 points
  6. Raven Symone, a former child star herself has defended Britney Spears. Watch the video above. Comparing her to other pop stars like Justin bieber and Demi Lovato (which Raven said had multiple chances and always constantly blew it with relapse after relapse). Britney just had a breakdown and had her freedom taken, and in some ways had the media turned her into a freak show like Michael Jackson, saying without this, she would be dead.. If anything Raven said, she's probably thinking what kind of life is worth living, if I can't do what I want.
    34 points
  7. Excuse me ? A second chance for what ? Forgiven for what exactly ? Did she kill someone ? Did she steal from someone ? She shaved her own hair on the top of her own head !! She cried sitting in the street at night while 75 old men were taking pictures all around her !! Why should she ask for a second chance ? Actually, she's the one who should be asked to give a second chance to this world !
    32 points
  8. So all of a sudden everybody starts to think she posts on instagram herself.
    31 points
  9. Well we wouldn’t want 2007 to happen again when she had no security or what happened to Christina grimmie some people are crazy
    30 points
  10. He said this about Britney in his post: “You always read a lot of stories about Britney but I have always found her to be a very friendly girl. Always cooperated well, pointed out her bodyguards when they acted unkind or unreasonable, always took the time for her fans and was also just very funny. Would love to have her in front of my lens again, too long ago!” Beautiful
    29 points
  11. She’s britney spears, of course she’s going to have security everywhere she goes, it’s not that deep.
    29 points
  12. Well it’s better than running it over or cooking it The bar is really low for celebrity pet owners this year
    29 points
  13. Jordan woke up this morning and chose violence. Inside Out would like a word.
    28 points
  14. This is the first time I'm saying: Mrs Spears that joke was not funny
    28 points
  15. Ridiculous how? She's Britney Spears. You think Beyoncé, Rihanna or any others would go without security. She needs security guards where she goes. Conservatorship ship or not.
    28 points
  16. Look at Chris Brown and the whole Rihanna fiasco. He was forgiven. The reason Britney hasn’t is for one reason only - she’s a woman. Here in the UK last year we had a TV presenter Caroline Flack die. She took her own life after a pending court trial where she was being accused of assaulting her boyfriend. There were photos of blood which people said was his but was actually hers after she cut herself. Everyone came down on her so hard and they were going to make a show trial to prove a point so she hung herself. She also lost her job on one of the biggest TV shows of which she was the presenter. Dec (from Ant & Dec) was involved in a car crash not long before because he was drunk driving and going through a meltdown. He could have killed a child in another car. He is now back on prime time television like nothing happened and all is forgiven. Unfortunately women always get the tougher end of the deal. Britney is a woman - she is not forgiven.
    25 points
  17. well...demi lovato has never been even 1/4 as famous as britney & justin is a man so...
    25 points
  18. yet this is the “sane” one! the one that posts about killing cats and then retreats... the one that picks a huge knife to end a discussion in a restaurant... the one that got pregnant while a teen from a drug user and is heading to the third marriage.. the one that almost left her daughter drown to death.. the jealous unsuccessful UGLY sister that spends Britney’s money like there’s no tomorrow in things like Tesla cars... JL, you don’t fool us for a single second! Have some decency and stop spending HER money!
    25 points
  19. What the **** is wrong with her ? She is insufferable I can't stand her entitled ***. If Britney ran over one cat even by accident she would be locked in psych ward by James and Lou (allegedly). This ***** admits killing dozens of cats with Tesla Britney bought,and gets to act like a ***** on top of everything.
    25 points
  20. This thread will probably be closed in like 30 mins because you know no exposing of team Spears and positive vibes blah blah blah. All I am gonna say. Cassie is most overpaid person ever who is truly tragic at what she does.
    24 points
  21. Sad that she needs security even hiking in a random place with her boyfriend
    24 points
  22. I think it has to do with what society was like back then. At least in my country, substance abuse was something very taboo and having mental health problems was considered a weak thing. Thank God, society has advanced and has stopped judging so much. Sadly, Britney was famous in an emotionally unintelligent generation.
    21 points
  23. the fact that it's more likely that we get a Sam Asghari album before B10
    21 points
  24. of course she needs a bodyguard with her... Don’t you see that she is just out and about, hiking in the middle of nowhere and still has no privacy whatsoever? there’s someone taking her pictures and posting them, announcing her location? It’s basic protection
    21 points
  25. Yes. Who else would wear all the overproduced merch she tried to sell when she tried to have a career
    21 points
  26. The way no one is allowed to call you a boomer in this thread because I'm younger than 14 and agree with you.
    20 points
  27. Hey Exhale, there's a lot to absorb here so I'll be brief 🙏 I haven't written a formal story in more than a year, but I felt inspired to get my thoughts out about my experience covering Britney's conservatorship since day one. Once I started writing, the words came flowing out. I was a 19-years-old when the conservatorship was first was put into place. In the time since, I got a degree in journalism, worked in marketing, became an entrepreneur, a community leader and now an activist. I'm now 32. I published an article about my experience onto Medium, a self-publishing blogging platform. There's potential my story gets picked up by curators there and shown to thousands of new people (which is important because we want new people to know about what's going on). I filmed a video about writing this story (see above), so there's a lot of content for you to sink your teeth into. Read my article on Medium: Chapter I: You’re gonna have to see through my perspective Exhale, I could really use your support! Check out the video, check out the article, and please engage with both as much as possible. The more attention these items receive, the more they reach new people (gotta love the algorithms). Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on the Medium article. I think it's the best thing I've ever written. 🙏 @Blaze @Ember @Fire @Flame @Inferno @Phoenix @Solar Flare @Spark @Twitter Team @Super Moderators
    20 points
  28. In knee’s mind this song and Boys went number 1 around the world and it’s more iconic than BOMT and Oops
    20 points
  29. Also, nnn at the dog being called Nugget and her forcing it to become vegan
    20 points
  30. Here's the first look at "Oops! I did it again" Funko Pop! Cute as hell
    19 points
  31. I'm a little hesitant about the line that said something like "she was accepting of a conservatorship, just not her dad being conservator," but this looks promising. It's good to see this being publicized (any attention to the cause is good) and filmmakers/journalists being interested in investigating the topic.
    19 points
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  34. You only joined today and you have only posted regarding these fake snippets. This Soundcloud account is yours, isn't it?
    19 points
  35. From what I recall, when I was speaking with them, it was not meant to be recorded. So I was wearing an oversized purple Prince shirt and hair looking a mess 😂. The woman interviewing me was so compelled that she asked if she could start recording the convo. And I was like but I wasn’t going to say no of course lol. So if I do somehow make the episode prepare for Trolldan From my recollection they were pretty neutral, however it was clear (at least to me) this was meant to shed light on the injustice of it all. Didn’t feel pro conservatorship to me at all. Now, what the episode will air remains to be seen. That’s just my recollection. All in all it was a good experience being interviewed for it.
    19 points
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