Britney Jean Spears
Britney Jean Spears is an American singer, songwriter, artist, and entertainer who was born on December 2, 1981. She is known as the “Princess of Pop” because she is credited with influencing the resurgence of youngster pop in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
Spears signed with Jive Records in 1997 at the age of 15 following starring in stage productions and television series. Her first two studio collections, certified diamond in the US, …Baby One More Time in 1999 and Oops!… I Did It Again in 2000 were worldwide triumphs and got two of the top-of-the-line collections ever, alongside making her the smash hit young artist ever.
In 2020, Rolling Stone called the previous’ title track the best introduction single ever, and the last kept a 15-year record for the fastest-selling collection by a female artist in the United States, with first-week sales of over 1.3 million copies.
Spears was named the highest-paid female artist in 2002 and 2012 by Forbes. She’s also topped the list of most-searched celebrities seven times in the last 12 years, a record since the internet’s inception.
Documentaries about Spears
The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears to the BBC’s newly released The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash, and a Conservatorship, Britney Spears took to Instagram to criticize this year’s spate of documentaries about herself, from The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears to The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash, and a Conservatorship, in February to create Framing Britney Spears, which brought attention to Spears’ ongoing conservatorship and the #FreeBritney movement, which claims the course of action is enslaving her against her will.
The Fight for Britney: Fans, Cash, and a Conservatorship, directed by Mobeen Azhar, premiered on the BBC on Saturday. Spears seemed to specifically answer the film: one of its sources is makeup artist Billy Brasfield, who appears to have had contact with Spears. “I don’t really talk to Billy B AT ALL, so I’m frankly extremely perplexed,” she wrote.
Britney Spears has attacked all of the documentaries that just focused on the ‘traumatizing moment’ of her life in front of the conservatorship case in June, with the arrival of another narrative on her life. They were ‘hypocritical,’ she said because they only highlighted her battle with her father, Jamie Spears, who serves as her conservator.
The pop star wrote a long note alongside a video of herself happily dancing to the music on Instagram. Britney appears to be slamming the recently released documentaries ‘Framing Britney Spears’ by the New York Times and ‘The Fight For Britney: Fans, Cash, And A Conservatorship’ by the BBC.
Both deliveries highlighted Britney’s emotional problems, which led to her father Jamie seeking a conservatorship over her person and home 13 years ago, just as the media frenzy surrounding her public breakdown.
She wrote that these films are manipulative to the point that they attack the media and then do the very same thing. She went on to say that, while she had experienced tough times in her life, she had also experienced far more wonderful times, which the media would not reveal because the world is more interested in the negative.