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  1. I feel like Britney would want this posted on her Instagram. Someone tell Cassie to get to it. It’s about time someone speaks about Britney as a human and not a race horse.
    32 points
  2. Hearing Fe actually speak makes me think she does know what a conservatorship is and doesn’t support Britney’s. She says someone as young as Britney being in one, so, she has somewhat of an understanding and knows they’re for elderly people. Respect to her for treading carefully but getting her point across. She literally paid Britney more respect and compassion in this 30 second clip than Britney’s family has in decades. This is all Jamie Lynn or Bryan needed to say. There’s ways to speak up for someone you love without crossing the line and this was it. Bravo fe.
    29 points
  3. Can we please not make felicia the target of any negativity? Of all the people involved she is the least deserving of it. She clearly is someone who wants the best for Britney and always has. None of us would know what a conservatorship was if it wasnt for this situation and given how ****ed up Britney's situation is, we can't be surprised Fe doesn't exactly either. Look at how happy Britbey is with Fe. that should say it all... ...and think of how many fans here had their Britney expirience made so much better by Fe. Whether it's in their random encounters at concerts or meet and greets. She has always been so nice and loving to fans, when others weren't. She is literally in the immediate circle, and chose to do this interview. She has made her side clear.
    25 points
  4. This picture looks like it is from the past couple years! It's sweet!
    21 points
  5. A reminder to everyone that Lynne and Fe are very much still close friends. I trust Fe over anyone in Britney’s world. I also trust she knows more than anyone in this documentary. She has done nothing but love and respect Britney since before Britney had anything. That’s a rare loyalty. This woman gave up the life she knew to look after Britney, for what was supposed to be only a few weeks. She stayed on because Britney was so young and had no one. Respect Fe.
    19 points
  6. The first ten seconds tells me why Britney and her are so close, she is a sweetie I can totally see them 2 laughing out loud
    17 points
  7. Onh that made me so emotional. Britney, we love you. <3
    17 points
  8. 17 points
  9. Why do i feel like this is just some random fanmade remix
    17 points
  10. this is the only time i’ve agreed with him
    17 points
  11. Notice how she said “heard” and not “seen”
    16 points
  12. I was gonna buy a bottle of wine so I could curl up on the couch this friday and enjoy the show, but this little clip already made me so emo I definitely don't need to add alcohol to the mix Felicia is so cute and wholesome, I commend her for her bravery in being part of this. I hope she can still be a part of Brit's life after this.
    15 points
  13. Yeah its obvious how lonely she is at this point. Plus reports like this have been flying around since 2010. And the fact she only hangs out with team members is enough of a proof. Brett was her best friend till 2012.
    15 points
  14. Brit I love you with all my heart but gurl...
    15 points
  15. The original finished demo track for 'Exaholic' is HERE! Enjoy y'all!
    14 points
  16. 14 points
  17. I don‘t give 2 sh*** about Louisiana! Can she PLEASE talk about the conservatorship since she was also around while the cship was already in place. I hope she‘s not like „yeah I‘m not sure about the cship“ and that‘s it And for the snowflakes who think I‘m „hating“ on Fe Since she is one of the closest people Brit worked with I just have high hopes that she tells us ANYTHING besides the obvious.
    14 points
  18. 14 points
  19. i cant believe ill say this, but i agree with him 100% - regardless of what's happening behind the scenes, one fact remains; her instagram is not doing her any favors and as a "brand" instagram its not managed correctly in that sense. which then of course with the whole conservatorship going on it makes you wonder what the true intent or purpose of britney's instagram is, as it's clearly not portraying her in her best light. questions like these arise: (which i think is completely normal, regardless of tinfoil hats or not) - if she's not able to decide on anything else on her life, are we supposed to believe instagram is the exception? - if all of her interviews are highly moderated and pre-screened, pre-approved, are we supposed to believe instagram is the exception? - if we have not heard her thoughts or words (unfiltered) since 2009, are we supposed to believe instagram is the exception? - so basically everything else in her life is limited / controlled / taken care of on her behalf BY LAW are we supposed to believe instagram is the exception? it doesn't make any sense, does it?
    14 points
  20. Probably the only genuinely nice and good person in her inner circle. I hope James doesn't ban her from Britneys life due to this interview.
    13 points
  21. This woman deserves her own statue. Worked with the BIGGEST popstar of the past 20 years and she is sooooo humble. She also dares to talk about something she knows she can get in trouble with. Love her
    13 points
  22. I am not crying. I am not crying. are u crying? this documentary is going to be estelar.
    13 points
  23. You are so right, based on Cassie's post Britney shots photos and videos, edit them, write the caption and then post it so basically Cassie is paid for do nothing? imagine to believe all those lies
    13 points
  24. I'm not going through 12 pages of this topic, so if I'm speaking out of turn please tell me. That being said, her Instagram is disturbing. Either Cassie is a moron or a troll who doesn't realize this has real consequences for Britney, or is just a monkey who does what she's told in order to cash a check. Either way, she sucks. I'm sure most celebs don't personally manage their social media, but there's no way Britney went from what she used to post back in 2017-18 to what she does now without some kind of change in her social media management. What kind of sane person would get pleasure out of making Britney look crazy? Objectively, her Instagram is a mess. The repetitive photos are one thing, but uploading edited videos of her dancing (slowed down, sped up, chopped up, etc.) is horrible. Britney's not a moron - if she wanted to post dance videos, she wouldn't do it in such a messed up way. For her team to argue otherwise just insults our intelligence.
    13 points
  25. This conservatorship clearly isn’t doing any benefits to Britney’s health. This is where the concern comes in. Its quite sad because I think she does these to pass the time at home. This reads as an isolated overly medicated person in desperate need of help and a fulfilling life. What they are doing is NOT enriching Britneys life in any way shape or form. The courts need to step up and remove Jamie. Her mental health has been deteriorating. What they are doing is wrong.
    13 points
  26. So she had to read “her“ own goals and none of them are “being free of my father” and anything alluding to freedom. 🙄
    13 points
  27. I think she might expressed herself wrongly. I think she meant to say I don't understand why Britney is in conservatorship. It makes much more sense with her following sentence "Especially when I first hand know what she is capable of".
    12 points
  28. LOL sure Jan. With the documentary coming out right around the corner, they are allllllllllllll terrified. Including her social media team because they ARE most likely under her teams hands, allegedly. I mean how ironic that this was posted now when this conspiracy has been going around for years? NOW they are explaining? Mhmmm
    12 points
  29. Her response to the person who asked what she actually does if Britney does all the legwork is so telling. “A lot of things, go Google it” is such a dismissive, deflecting response that makes her sound like a 7 year old saying, “I know you are but what am I?” As someone who works in marketing and used to do social media for a company in the music industry, her response is a total cop out. You’re not a rocket scientist, sweetie, anyone with social media could understand very clearly what your role allegedly is. And if you *are* actually trying to build a digital strategy around Britney’s IG, you are the worst social media manager I have ever encountered in my life...
    12 points
  30. The fact that she said “I heard you guys love when I do this.” ..Means her team is just feeding her lies for her to do something. Weird
    12 points
  31. At this point she is trolling us lol. Queen of answering question no one asked
    12 points
  32. I haven't seen a conspiracy thread in ages. Why has it suddenly become trendy for all the cool exhalers to hate on virtually non-existant conspiracy theorists. Just asking
    11 points
  33. Lol I agree. But she did kinda already fire some shots in this preview saying that she doesn't get what a c-ship is for someone like brit who she knows is capable of so much
    11 points
  34. Ugh. Cancel culture is literally cancer. If this was some hot pop starlet y’all would take a half assed apology and go back to listening to their trash music.
    11 points
  35. One thing is to be allowed to record her videos nowadays, and other thing is to be allowed to use a cell phone to contact friends or have conversations. Maybe Sam's phone, I would not be surprised. Everyone who know Britney use to say positive things about her personality and their experiences with her, but she's not seem to share time with any kind of friends. No friends allowed? No one is a good influence for her? Kinda weird.
    11 points
  36. Lou and Dina liked the post. And eww I was reading the comments and Anthony Preston, the guy behind the "vocal work" on Britney Jean posted some heart and fire emojis for Cassie.
    11 points
  37. I’m glad she has 2021 goals because I don’t
    11 points
  38. Los Angeles magazine interviewed the Framing Britney Spears director. Good read. Why did you want to explore Britney Spears for a documentary? [New York Times senior editor] Liz Day pitched it. Originally, it was before all these court filings started coming out, so when we originally pitched it, there hadn’t been any public record indications that Britney wanted anything changed with the conservatorship. We didn’t think there was going to be much change on that front, so we actually began looking at the media coverage that had happened about her with the post-#MeToo lens and realizing how much of the media coverage was so misogynistic in a way that feels like it wouldn’t fly today. And then it also asks these questions, like why did nobody bring up anything when these late-night hosts are making fun of her, her ***uality as a teenager, like why didn’t we as a society say don’t do that? I was also really interested in these two images that have traveled with Britney her whole life. One is of her shaving her head and one is brandishing this umbrella, and it feels like it’s in everyone’s subconscious. I wanted to know what was outside the frame of those still images. As we started filming, these court filings started coming out where Britney is indicating that she wants things in the conservatorship to change, which you can’t underestimate how groundbreaking that was. That really made us want to dig into conservatorship law and see what is legal and why. You secured an interview with Felicia Culotta, her longtime assistant/chaperone. What is tough to get her to agree to appear in the film? It was really hard to get anyone to talk at all at first. There’s been this cone of silence around Britney for so many years that it feels like no one wants to be the first person to talk. We had a spreadsheet of hundreds of people with anyone we could think of and we sent requests and called people. A lot of people talked to us off the record, but it was hard to get people to go on the record and on camera with their face. We have an all-female crew doing this. We wrote out our whole pitch, and wanted to reassess things and correct a lot of misinformation about her out there. We wanted to find a female record executive to talk about her early career and we found Kim Kaiman, who is in the piece. She was really surprised that we reached out to her because people don’t really ask her for interviews about this. We talked to her a lot and she reached out to Felicia for us and that’s how we got it. It was several phone conversations and Felicia was impressed that we were going to go out to Mississippi to interview her in person and she showed us around her town and it gave us more of a sense of what Britney’s life was like growing up. Speaking to a female record executive as opposed to a male, how do you think that will change people’s perception of Britney? What [Kaiman] said and what was corroborated by several other people was how much control Britney had over the creation of her image. The point that kept being made was that teenagers have ***uality. The reason Britney was so successful was that she captured the dichotomy of what it’s like to be a teenage girl so well because she had ***uality and wanting to be an adult woman, and she also had a kid in her and that’s true about many teenagers. She got a lot of shame for that and there were a lot of people thinking she’s being ***ualized, she doesn’t know what she’s doing, this is disgusting, she’s a child and I think that was older people doing that, not the millions of tweens and teens who felt like something about her really spoke to them. We discovered in the piece this kind of strength and control she has over her body and her space as a young person that I think is one of the big reasons she is successful. Her target audience was 12- and 13-year-olds. Kim marketed her as your friend who you idolize but at the end of the day, she has the same hopes and dreams you do. It was surprising to me because when I was interviewing a lot of these Free Britney people, and the vast majority of them were in their late 20s, early 30s, almost all of them. And it’s the same people who Kim marketed Britney toward are now standing outside the courthouse protesting. That was a revelation for me because it worked so well because they really responded to seeing her as this friend they looked up to. And now years later, seeing your friend who you looked up to in a situation where it’s unclear whether she’s happy or not, they’re still, like, this is my friend I idolize. A LOT OF PEOPLE IN THE FREE BRITNEY MOVEMENT ARE ASKING LEGITIMATE QUESTIONS THAT WE SHOULD ALL ASK ABOUT THE CONSERVATORSHIP SYSTEM. What did you think of the Free Britney fans? A lot of people write them off as conspiracy theorists. That’s a really easy thing to do. I was surprised at how in-depth and investigative they were going, and there are some lawyers who are a part of this group and some people who have witnessed conservatorship abuse because there is abuse that happens in the conservatorship system. And a lot of them are asking legitimate questions that we should all ask about the conservatorship system. Where are there conflicts of interest? Where are there loopholes? We don’t know why Britney is in one, but for example, a lot of people think it has something to do with living with a mental illness. Should somebody living with a mental illness be subject to a conservatorship is a legitimate question to ask. It’s important not to write them off as conspiracy theorists. Of course we’re vetting everything they say and we’re not including anything that isn’t true. Was there anything you didn’t include that you wish made it in the documentary? This could be a six-hour series. I heard a lot of these incredible stories from fans who were gay boys growing up with her and this idea that she was criticized for her ***uality from a young age and was rebellious throughout her career after that. A lot of the loudest voices in the Free Britney movement are gay men who were boys when she was becoming popular. I found that very moving. What are you hoping this documentary will accomplish? I hope it gives viewers a more accurate and clear perspective on who Britney is and who she was. I hope it makes everyone question our own complicity in the awful things that were done to her by us, by the consumers. The reason Us Weekly was able to pay these paparazzi so much money was because people were buying the magazines. At one point Wesley Morris, one of the writers in our film, says, “No one was helping her because there was too much money to be made off her suffering,” and I think we show that in a new way. I also hope people come away with a look at the conservatorship system and think about the questions that it raises as systemic issues are there.
    10 points
  39. 10 points
  40. he is so right, if you see "are you ok?" comments why you don't change the type of posts? you are paid to run in a professional way her account
    10 points
  41. THANK YOUUUU i’ve said it a million times here but he’s the worst. he literally took BritneyHiatus’ thread from over a week ago and basically recited it as if he was the one to come up with it. he really thinks he’s someone big in this movement. i will literally DM him on insta if i have to because i’m over him and his conspiracy theories that make us all look insane.
    10 points
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