Britney Spears

The pop icon appeared to take offense to the “Stranger Things” actor's wish.
Spears, who has said she was held at a mental health facility against her will in 2019, blamed "that place" for her nerve damage on Instagram.
The pop star's husband, Iranian-American actor Sam Asghari, slammed Iran's government as "terrorists" last month.
"I walked in she looked at me and slapped me so hard that I will never forget it," the singer alleged in a recent Instagram post.
Spears drew backlash for an Instagram post claiming the only way to “look thin” is to “hang out with fat people.”
"I'm an atheist, y'all," the pop singer said in a new voice recording.
The singer said on Instagram that her conservatorship was to blame — and said, "I hope my kids one day understand."
“It was pure abuse.” Britney Spears shed more light on her conservatorship in a now-deleted 22-minute audio clip.
“How the f**k did they get away with it?” the Grammy-winning pop star asked.
The electro-pop mashup is Spears' first new song since her underappreciated 2016 album, "Glory."