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Britney Spears Predicts She Won’t Perform Again

Spears declared herself "very traumatized" from her work onstage under the conservatorship

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Sadaf Hasan
Sadaf Hasan
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UNITED STATES: Fans of Britney Spears who are anticipating she may perform live once more now that she is released from the controversial conservatorship that controlled her life for more than ten years may want to hold off on holding their breath.

Despite enjoying a professional revival with her most recent Elton John collaboration, Britney Spears declared herself “very traumatized” from her work onstage under the conservatorship and stated she would “probably never perform again” in an Instagram post on Sunday.

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Britney Spears, born and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, some 90 miles northwest of New Orleans, rose to fame in the late 1990s and early 2000s with hits like Oops! Toxic, Gimme More, I Did It Again, Baby One More Time.

Britney Spears reportedly expressed dissatisfaction with the number of dancers by her side during a four-year engagement in Las Vegas and disliked photographs taken by previous conservators during performances.

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Britney Spears remarked, “I’d rather shoot images of myself in studios than deal with the most repulsive people I’ve ever met. I’m quite scarred for life, yeah, I’m furious, and no, I probably won’t perform again just to be obstinate and prove my point.”

She ended her Sunday post by saying, “Kiss my God damn motherfucking ass.”

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Britney Spears was asked if she planned to resume live performances for the first time since her conservatorship ended in her statements. She had already mentioned that she was probably done performing live. 

Britney Spears’ trauma

The 40-year-old singer expressed her disappointment at being forced under the conservatorship, which was presided over mostly by her father, Jamie Britney Spears, from 2008 until 2021, and having little creative influence over her music videos.

She demonstrated erratic conduct in public. However, under the great scrutiny of her private relationships, her father and his legal counsel put her under a conservatorship, effectively preventing her from doing anything for herself.

Spears said that, among other things, the agreement only allowed her to receive a $2,000 weekly stipend throughout her more than $160 million-earning residency in Las Vegas. She has claimed that she could not handle her own birth control or get married.

In November 2021, a court ended the conservatorship, much to the joy of Britney Spears’ supporters, who organized the #FreeBritney movement online and occasionally in public.

Since then, Spears has wed her longtime partner, actor Sam Asghari, and she has also released the duet with Elton John. In more than 40 nations, Hold Me Closer shot to the top of the streaming charts. There were supposedly plans for a video. However, Spears hasn’t given a live performance since a Texas concert for the US Grand Prix in October 2018.

She made headlines after releasing several audio clips in which she discussed her estrangement from her two sons, who are 16 and 15 years old, from a previous marriage. Her post on Sunday also came after that.

In an interview with 60 Minutes Australia, one of the boys, Jayden, stated that he had not attended his mother’s wedding because she “didn’t invite [the] full family.”

Kevin Federline, Jayden’s father, and Jamie Spears, his maternal grandpa, were among those who declined invitations.

Also Read: Britney Spears’ Ex-husband, Jason Alexander, Enters a No Contest Plea to Assault and Trespassing


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