Extra, extra that’s just in: Britney Spears won’t be returning to the stage once her tenure ends, According to TMZ.
Performance isn’t just a priority for the 39-year-old singer, and unfortunately for fans, there’s little chance she’ll be doing it again soon.
The report aligns with Spears’ manager, Larry Rudolph, Resignation from her team in July citing the pop star’s desire to “officially retire”.
“It’s been over two and a half years since Britney and I last had contact, and at the time she told me she wanted to take Indefinite work gapRudolph, who has worked with Spears for 25 years, said at the time.
Plus Britney He told the court in June That she felt “enslaved” by her father, Jimmy Spears, throughout her tenure while performing consistently for years.
The “Slave 4 U” singer told the court by phone: “In California, the only thing like this is sex trafficking, which makes anyone work against their will, taking away all their possessions: credit card, phone, passport.”
Thankfully, if Spears decides to return to the stage, it won’t be under her dad’s thumbs thanks to Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny.
On September 29 judge removed Jamie from guarding his daughter after 13 years – describing his control of Britney’s life as “toxic”.
Penny’s ruling came the same week that Britney’s lawyer, Matthew Rosengart, petitioned the court Jimmy’s comment from guardianship “immediately.”
Rosengart also requested that Certified Public Accountant John Zappell be appointed as Spears’ interim governor, which was approved by Judge Penny.