On Wednesday, Britney Spears supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. to protest the exploitative conservatorship she’s endured for almost a decade.
Pop princess Britney Spears’ court-appointed lawyer, Samuel Ingham III, is stepping down from the celebrity conservatorship.
Marketed as ‘liberating’ women from their reproductive systems, all too often contraceptives treat women’s bodies as objects to be controlled.
A California judge denied celebrity icon Britney Spears’ attorney’s request to remove her father, Jaime, as co-conservator on Wednesday.
The Britney Spears conservatorship saga has sparked debate about the role of legal guardianships and individual liberties.
The #FreeBritney movement is exposing how a system can be easily be exploited to take advantage of certain individuals in certain circumstances.
Britney Spears said her conservators have prevented her from having more children through the form of a forced IUD.
“In recent years, there has been growing public concern about the use of conservatorships to effectively deprive individuals of personal freedoms.”
It’s a story about the dichotomy of the American Dream, about how demand builds people up and then tears them down, and a story about our descent into a culture that can no longer commoditize talent while insisting on substance.
That Britney won’t be performing any shows soon is a sad statement. The circumstances of the halt to her career are even sadder.
While there’s some speculation over Spears’s conservatorship, her influence reaches a wide audience and creates an enthusiastic fan base.
Fans commented on some of Spears’s recent social media posts telling her to wear yellow in her next video if she needed help. In her next post, Spears was sporting a yellow crop top.
Schlesinger used his songwriting talents to the fullest, adding to the power pop sounds and rich musical tapestry of the past 25 years.
Washington Post entertainment reporter Emily Yahr joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the biggest news coming out of Hollywood and Nashville this week.
‘…Baby One More Time’ turns 20 this week. The famous ‘Hit me’ lyric, as it turns out, was mistaken as American slang for ‘call me.’
You probably had no idea that you were dunking your cookies into a cold glass of white supremacy.
Britney Spears, fresh off last summer’s teaser, is back on top again and dominating the stage, protestations of the most ardent Béyonce loyalists notwithstanding.
Britney Spears makes a comeback pointing out that, while men are not monolith, most of us want a sweetie that exudes sex while being sweet as honey.
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