Britney Spears

The singer said he "almost cried five times" while watching the documentary, realizing how differently he's been treated by media compared with female stars.
The "senator" admitted he's in hot water — which "no one in Texas has."
The pop star’s red carpet looks have been daring, outrageous and oh-so-memorable through the years.
The singer, who has been the subject of widespread backlash recently in the wake of a documentary about Spears, said he is "deeply sorry."
This recent decision in court over Britney Spears’ conservatorship serves as a small win for the #FreeBritney movement.
In a ruling celebrated by supporters of the #FreeBritney movement, a judge denied Jamie Spears' objections to an order establishing the joint conservatorship.
Federline issued a statement via his lawyer, lauding the role of Spears' current care manager in the singer's conservatorship and insisting he has no involvement.
The "Toxic" singer said she is "taking the time to learn and be a normal person."
The new documentary “Framing Britney Spears” shows a 2003 interview in which the anchor defends Maryland's first lady for wanting to "shoot" the pop star.
The pop star's longtime beau offered both words of support for his girlfriend and spoke out against her father, who largely controls her conservatorship.