The story of the pop star, after all, returned to the fore with the release of the documentary produced by the New York Times, Framing Britney Spears. This has tried to fully tell his rise to success, the goals, the awards, and the fans’ love. But without neglecting the profound fragility of the pop star mainly due to the media.
Arrived at the top of the charts very young, Britney later demonstrated emotional breakdowns and her inability to manage her life. This led to her being placed under the legal guardianship of her father, Jamie Spears. Protection that many consider excessive, to give birth to the #FreeBritney movement. For years now, the fans’ movement has been trying to free her from a control bordering on obsession. A limit not only in the use of his finances but also of his social networks and his life in general.
This is why some, and perhaps even herself, believe that the time has come to tell her story firsthand. But to do this, you need the right interlocutor. And the right conditions, of course. This is where Entertainment Today speculated that the singer, after seeing Meghan and Harry’s confession, may have thought about opening her heart to media mogul Oprah Winfrey. “Britney considered talking about her past, mostly because she doesn’t feel that others should tell her story, “a source told E.T.” She’s always hated doing interviews, but if she ever takes that step, Oprah would most likely be her first choice. “
After all, even the fans of the pop star, following Winfrey’s bombshell interview with Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan, expressing their desire to see the great journalist interview the pop star. “I want Oprah to sit with Britney Spears,” wrote one Twitter user. “Britney needs this interview,” wrote another. “Oprah is the only one I trust.”