Britney Spears since her 2008 documentary For The Record, but it seems as though she just opened up in a massively unexpected way while doing promo overseas.
Today (Sept. 27), the Glory pop icon filmed an interview and performance of “Make Me…” for The Jonathan Ross Show, which is set to air on October 1.
And, according to various reports from members in the audience including Noisey writer and PopCrush contributor Grace Medford,
Britney publicly addressed what has become one of the most
talked/thinkpieced-about subjects surrounding her since 2008 for the
very first time: her conservatorship.
It happened while she was discussing the creative process behind her new album, Glory.
“Okay, so I have this conservatorship. I’ve been under this
conservatorship for three years and I felt like a lot of decisions were
made for me, so I wanted [Glory] to be my baby and I’ve been really strategic about it,” she told the host, according to Medford.
“She said she’s getting control on things little by little,” another audience member reports. Ross then, apparently, switched topics.
“She really looked like she wanted to talk about it but Jonathan changed the subject cuz he couldnt talk about it,” the audience member adds.
Britney was first put under a court-ordered co-conservatorship in 2008
carried out between her father, Jamie Spears, and estate lawyer, Andrew
Wallet. The conservatorship has yet to be lifted, as explored further
in a recent piece for the New York Times. (Click to continue)
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Britney Spears Reportedly Addresses Her Conservatorship for the First Time on Upcoming Episode of ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’