Throughout his career, Britney Spears has starred in countless amazing concerts, Although it wasn’t all fun. The pop star had a moment of massive popularity, to the point of being labeled as Madonna’s natural heir. Although Spears’ future, after a period of great greatness, was checkered and her career failed to stay on top, she never lost her status as one of music’s most beloved figures. The singer shared, on social media, a difficult memory of a live performance that included an element that she found terrifying.
As part of promoting the launch of his book titled The woman inside meBritney used her Instagram account to pull back the curtain on a special performance. In 2001, the artist was invited to the MTV Awards, where she performed the song “I’ma Slave For You” live, one of her most famous songs. For a large portion of the number, she was carrying a snake on her shoulders, and Spears revealed that this situation meant a very tense moment for her.
In her post, referring to this number, Britney admitted: “One of my favorite performances was with this snake. “I still remember the fear I felt when they gave me that snake and I got on stage.” Along with those words, the publication includes a video of that memorable moment, where Britney has to sing and try not to make any mistakes with the animal on her body.
In April of this year, Spears said that she had finished writing her memoirs, and that according to some anonymous sources, it would be like an earthquake. The book will be published on February 24 in the United States, through the publishing house Simon & Schuster. Sources from the publishing house gave an initial impression based on the final manuscript. In the portal Page six, One source said the book was “inspirational and an instant bestseller,” while another said: “Britney’s book is a story of triumph. It will reflect on her most vulnerable moments, her childhood as a little girl with big dreams, and her breakup with Justin TimberlakeAnd the moment he shaved his head, and his family fought over his guardianship.”
In turn, the same source highlighted other facts. “Britney’s book is so honest, and comes from her heart. She leaves no secret unrevealed. It’s truly a story of women’s empowerment, and her determination to take control of her life.”
Another source from the publisher, who had the opportunity to read the final draft, praised the script. “This book is a gift, and there are several passages in it that anyone, especially women, can relate to and feel less alone. She is able to transform joy and pain into something transcendent, into art. This is an inspiring read, not only because it shows the strength of Britney’s spirit, but “Also because her story is told with style, wit, intelligence, honesty and without self-pity. This book will shake the world.”
In February 2022, it was revealed that the publishing house Simon & Schuster had won a battle in which several companies participated, in order to publish the book that deals with the singer’s life story. In this way and under his own pen (in cooperation with the journalist Sam LanskyThe artist promised to review her entire life, her triumph as a music star, her relationship with fame and the stormy connection with her family.
According to what was revealed at the time, it was one of the most important publishing contracts in recent years. So much so that Spears received an A Fifteen million dollars for this bookWhich promises huge profits.
Announcing the official book containing the artist’s memoirs It was formalized approximately half a year after she was freed from her father’s thirteen-year financial guardianship. During all that period, James Spears He was the one who made all the decisions regarding the matter Britney’s financial wealth In this way, she was deprived of the choice of what to do with the money she had earned over the years thanks to her work.
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