Youtube Video of Britney Spears Sharing ALL the Conservation Woes Deleted Hours Later – Why?

Britney Spears discussed her controversial conservatorship in a lengthy since-deleted YouTube video posted on Sunday, oddly enough, she deleted this reveal. We do not know why.

August 28. Spears, 40, reflected on her past and how unjust the punishment she endured was.

She said that deep down she knew she didn’t even deserve to be put in such an arrangement.

I knew I had done nothing wrong and didn’t deserve the way I had been treated,” she said.

The “Piece of Me” singer said she remembers learning about guardianship from her parents, Jamie and Lynn. She singled out her father for the way she was treated.

“It was pure abuse. And, and I didn’t even really share half of it. I think the main thing I remember when I started was my dad’s control. He liked to control everything. what I was doing,” she said.

Britney Spears has opened up about filming a cameo for How I Met Your Mother and returning to the recording studio after a hospital stay. She shared that all she remembered was that she had to follow the instructions. She had to exercise every day because she was told that she was overweight and fat almost every day. She said her worth was questioned all the time, so she’s never felt so “depressed”.

She added that because she was scared, she just agreed. Spears described a number of tragic situations throughout her guardianship in which she felt isolated, and she concluded by expressing her hope that by sharing her story she could offer hope to others.

“If you’re an eccentric, introvert like me who feels lonely most of the time and you needed to hear a story like this today so you don’t feel lonely. Know this: my life has been far from easy and you are not alone,” she said.

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Things changed so much for Spears after her conservatorship ended.

She married for one. She has now released new music with Elton John. The song is doing really well.

Elton John and Britney Spears’ “Hold Me Closer” won this week’s favorite new music vote. In a poll published on Billboard on Friday, August 26, music lovers chose the collaboration with the superstar as their favorite new musical release from the past week.

“Hold Me Closer,” Spears’ first major recording since finishing a 13-year conservatory, tops new music by David Guetta and Bebe Rexha (“I’m Good (Blue)”), Rema featuring Selena Gomez (“Calm Down”), DJ Khaled (“God Did”) and Lolahol (“Lock&Lock”).

“Hold Me Closer” is a modern take on John’s famous “Tiny Dancer” from 1972. Produced by Grammy-winning Andrew Watt,

the single combines the princess of pop and the “Rocketman” himself singing the first verse of John’s 1992 hit “The One” over a club-ready groove, before diving into the chorus “Tiny Dancer” from 1971 .

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