Britney Spears turns down comeback
Posted by George on August 22nd, 2007
Britney Spears without wig

In a bizarre decision, Britney Spears, turned down recording a duet with Justin Timberlake at the last minute. The recording was to be produced by Timbaland, who had written it specifically for her. Page Six says:

Timbaland set aside a week out of his crazy schedule to do this – and then, just before she was supposed to fly out, Britney abruptly canceled the session and refused to do the song.

She’s looking for a comeback, and this would have not only been a huge hit, but something she could have opened the MTV Video Awards with and really blown everyone away.

Another insider says:

Listen, everyone is worried. In her mind, her album is done and she’s done enough work . . . She’s an easy target right now, because she’s . . . sick. People like her are sick. It’s like an anorexic who’s sick in the head and needs help. She needs help. It’s sad because what she’s got – and we’ve heard it’s like bipolar disorder – can easily be treated with medication, but she won’t do it.

Britney must really be a few brain cells short of being a moron. Even a moron would be smart enough to see a guarantee mega hit and jump at the opportunity, but no, this is Britney we’re talking about, the one who’s got two fail marriage and two children who’s better off being raised by monkeys. Stay tune for the VMAs on Sept. 9, 2007, you might witness the end of Britney’s singing career live.

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1 Comment to “Britney Spears turns down comeback” »

  1. Posted by Corey Cotta on August 27, 2007 @ 11:11 am

    So when then does the comeback start? Fans won’t wait forever.

    Corey Cotta, Author of All of Yesterdays Tomorrows.

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