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"There may be a light at the end of the tunnel for Britney Spears’ conservatorship. A source tells Us Weekly exclusively that the pop princess’ father, Jamie Spears, is looking into ending the court-approved order.
“Jamie is actively consulting with Britney’s medical team to determine if the conservatorship of Britney as the person should finally come to an end,” the insider says. “It’s just a question of timing as she is about to begin the tour, so the thinking is to do it at the conclusion.”
In recent years, Britney has accomplished plenty, including a four-year residency in Las Vegas. “She is feeling confident enough to take control of her life again,” a source told Us exclusively in February. “The progress Britney has made just in the last several years has been tremendous."
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⭐️⭐️— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 24, 2018
📷: Mark Seliger pic.twitter.com/nRBkQC133x
Found my white booty shorts 😉😉😉😉 pic.twitter.com/CLcSChcVsm— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 24, 2018
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Support the #CleanWaterHere2018 campaign to help give children access to safe drinking water. Everyone deserves @CleanWaterHere, so let's join together this @UN_Water #WorldWaterDay and help make a difference! https://t.co/fUnYp2FhuM pic.twitter.com/H4YrerRBj5— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 22, 2018
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Britney Spears has one not-so-fond memory of the 1980s. “I used to wear big bows on top of my head,” she says on the eve of the debut of her first luxury fashion campaign (it’s hard to believe there’s something she hasn’t done). “I mean, ugly was the way to go in the ’80s, it was all just completely obnoxious—but there was also something so refreshing about that and the fact that we didn’t care what anyone thought about our clothes.” When Spears was approached by Kenzo’s creative directors, Carol Lim and Humberto Leon, about becoming the face of the label’s second nostalgia-based La Collection Momento for Spring 2018 (a tribute to the debut of Kenzo Jeans in 1986), she was excited by the prospect of bringing back that loud, no-holds-barred, ’80s attitude.
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.@britneyspears is the new face of KENZO! The Queen of Pop was photographed by @peterlindbergh for the new KENZO campaign, featuring the iconic Bamboo Tiger print. Discover the campaign on https://t.co/9iIg0nBm0Q. #KenzoLovesBritney #KENZO #CollectionMemento2 pic.twitter.com/Fcm5hoxieH— KENZO (@kenzo) March 20, 2018
.@britneyspears is the quintessential queen of denim and the new face of @kenzo, photographed by @peterlindbergh. Visit https://t.co/9iIg0nBm0Q to discover the new iconic campaign. #KenzoLovesBritney #KENZO #CollectionMemento2 pic.twitter.com/MhPKCy0lyK— KENZO (@kenzo) March 20, 2018
.@britneyspears embodies the new @kenzo campaign photographed by @peterlindbergh, featuring the cropped 'Jumping Tiger' sweatshirt. Visit https://t.co/9iIg0nBm0Q to discover the new iconic campaign. #KenzoLovesBritney #KENZO #CollectionMemento2 pic.twitter.com/Vt2EDAHLZ0— KENZO (@kenzo) March 20, 2018
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The Bamboo Tiger print is an expression of East meets West and one of the most iconic print of the House. Get ready for the launch of the new KENZO campaign tomorrow March 20th 💥. #KENZO #CollectionMemento2 pic.twitter.com/pXrgRRZltL— KENZO (@kenzo) March 19, 2018
2018 m. kovo 16 d., penktadienis
Feeling so inspired by #SHINE, a song written and performed by students from Stoneman Douglas who survived the tragedy in Parkland. All proceeds from this song benefit the MSD student survivors! Listen: https://t.co/dyW4RngyWY❤️ #MSDStrong #NeverAgain @shineMSD @AMarch4OurLives pic.twitter.com/XwgUMS2dzd— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 16, 2018
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I produced and co-wrote this song for/with Britney Spears. I could write a few chapters about my professional life with Britney Spears, but since I have always chosen to be pretty discreet on the subject, I’m just going to say a couple of things here:
1) Britney can sing. I often would beg her to stop chewing gum in the vocal booth (to no avail), but she really can sing well when she puts her heart into it. It totally bums me out when I see her lip-syncing (which is almost always).
2) I know it is ridiculous to feel bad for someone as wealthy and beloved as Britney, but when I see that medicated Francis Farmer-esque look in ward Britney’s eyes and her less than passionate performances of late, I really do feel like she is really not all there.
One of the most exciting moments of my professional career was the day Britney handed in this song as part of her finished record to her label Jive Records. As I waited over the course of several months to find out the fate of the song, I watched along with the world in horror as her marriage imploded and she went bat sh*t CRAZY. “Blackout”, the album that came out after her hair had finally grown back (at least enough to put in extensions anyway) included none of the songs she had turned in to the label originally. I have to admit “Blackout” was pretty good… of course, minus one glaring omission.
Shout out to my boy Christian Janson (AKA Noterock) for jumping on the track for eight bars and destroying it as always!
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Finally, what was it like working with Britney Spears?
Oh my god. Even thinking about it makes me crazy. The track for “If I’m Dancing” was actually made three years before a song was written on it. It just sat on a hard drive forever and then I played it for [co-writers] Simon Wilcox and Chantal Kreviazuk. I did get to go into the studio for Britney to do the vocals and I took an anti-anxiety medication before because I was absolutely freaking the fuck out. It was crazy when she was on the mic, and to hear her voice in the studio and all her little nuances and all the little rasps in her voice, you know? That shit is insane. I tried to use everything. I tried to get her laughing so I could have little samples of that. She was like an artist that just got signed. She was so happy and so fucking cute.
She doesn’t go in for long, right?
She comes in. She knows what she wants to do. The thing is, she doesn’t have to stay long because she’s a pro when it comes to being vocal produced. You’ll say, “Try it like this,” and she’ll just do it. There’s no ego, she just fucking delivers. She’s a real one.
Walk this way pic.twitter.com/epO9LdGL3S— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 8, 2018
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Sometimes you’re just trying to get out the door and go to your favorite restaurant when your girlfriend pulls out her phone... so naturally you got to strut like it’s a runway show!!! 🌼🌼🌼 Bahaha 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/pQGjEDZGeG— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 5, 2018
2018 m. kovo 4 d., sekmadienis
Just a little game of tennis with my man!!! Not professional, but it’s really fun!!!!!!!!!!😉😉😉😉😉 pic.twitter.com/JJjrrfmgcx— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) March 3, 2018
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So what was Britney like to work with?
“That was amazing,” he told the BBC. “We got a call one Wednesday to say Britney was loving a track I’d written six months earlier with an artist in America; and could I come over the next day?
“So me and my engineer went straight home to pack our bags; caught the flight, got off the plane in LA, and straight into a limousine.
“We walked into the studio and the first person we saw was this diminutive blonde girl who said, ‘Hi, I’m Britney. Are we ready to record?’”
The process, he recalled, was an absolute whirlwind.
“I went to get a very strong cup of coffee and we did the session. Then she said, ‘I’ll be back tomorrow morning at 11 to hear it,’ so we worked through the night to make her vocals sound as good as they could be – which was great, because she gave us loads of takes.
“And, as you know, her sound is very much about vocal production, so we used a lot of tricks.”
Thankfully, their work paid off. “I’d heard stories before that if she wasn’t feeling a song, she’d say, ‘I need to go to the bathroom,’ then get in the car and go home. So there was quite a lot of pressure!” Smith recalled.
“When she came in at 11, we both had matchsticks propping open our eyes and I played the song, not knowing how she was going to react. As it got to the chorus I took a very sly glance over my shoulder and she was dancing, which was just an amazing sign.
“When we got to the end and she said, ‘I absolutely love it’. So that was a great experience.”