‘Britney vs Spears’ expected to hit Netflix before ‘Toxic’ singer’s next hearing
A new documentary focusing on Britney Spears is due to be released soon.
On Tuesday, Netflix announced its upcoming doc, “Britney Vs. Spears.” The project will examine the stereotypes of the 39-year-old pop star, who was founded in 2008 after publicly breaking up.
The teaser for the documentary contains purported audio of a voicemail that Spears left for a lawyer on January 21, 2009 at 12:21 am
“Hi my name is Britney Spears, I called you earlier,” singer can be heard saying. “I’m calling again because I just wanted to make sure that during the process of eliminating stereotypes…”
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The audio is cut before the audience is given any additional information about the call.
The call shows that Spears’s recent crusade against her conservatism isn’t the first time she’s been pushed to break free of it.
The full trailer of the documentary will be released on Wednesday. No release date of the project was shared in the teaser, but Diversity reports that the film will kick off entirely on September 28, just a day before Spears’ next highly-anticipated court hearing, which could see the end of conservatism.
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Spears’ current attorney, Matthew Rosengart, did not immediately respond to Granthshala News’ request for comment.
The “Britney vs Spears” teaser follows the February release of The New York Times’ unofficial documentary “Framing Britney Spears,” which also examined her conservatism, her record-breaking career in the music industry, and the #FreeBritney movement. The doctor showed a widely renewed interest in 13-year-old conservatism.
According to Variety, “Britney vs. Spears” has been in the works for quite some time, even longer than “Framing Britney Spears.”
Spears made headlines this summer when she publicly testified about her stereotyping, calling it “outrageous” and lobbying for allegations of harassment in various forms against her father, Jamie.
In the months that followed, Spears was allowed to hire Rosengart, who immediately requested that Jamie be removed as mentor. Shortly after, Jamie requests an end to the stereotype.