“Despite her canned affirmations, void of any emotion, to questions about whether she still wants to be a pop artist, there’s an overt vapidity behind her eyes and in her speech that, a few years ago, came off as a lack of intelligence, but perhaps it’s more indicative of a lack of interest in this path that was chosen for her at such a young age."
It annoys me how much I want Britney Spears to be happy. I never bought her music (though I'll happily sing along to Hit Me Baby and the like) and I never wanted to be her or have sex with her. But it's the generational thing, I guess. I was 14 when she debuted with those pink fluffy pigtails and it stuck and now I'd just like to see one pop star out there end up living a pleasant life pursuing their non-music-industry bliss, and I'd like her to be Britney.
Recently Carson Daly canceled his scheduled interview with Spears because he resented the constraints set up by her management — they wanted the interview pre-recorded & submitted for approval, for starters. “Interviews are never that restricted,” Daly said on twitter. ”I’ve known and supported her since she was 15. I’m just shocked her management won’t let her do a normal interview.
“Even when I interviewed Michael Jackson, it wasn’t anything like this.”
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