1. Britney’s New Song
Britney Spears’ first single since 2013’s Glory was released last week, and she’s already got over 1 million streams on Spotify alone. And while we’re not sure if the pop star is ready to return to the spotlight just yet, we do know that she’s been working hard on her comeback album.
2. Elton’s Involvement
Elton John, who famously wrote the song “Candle In The Wind” for Princess Diana, took to Twitter to share his excitement about the collaboration. He tweeted, “I am thrilled to have worked with @britneyspears again! I’m looking forward to hearing what she does with my song.”
3. Fans React
Fans were quick to react to the news, and many expressed their happiness at seeing Britney back on top. One fan tweeted, “So happy for Britney. She deserves a break.” Another added, “This is amazing! Thank you Britney for coming back! You deserve to be free.”
4. What Does This Mean?
While we don’t know exactly what this means for Britney’s future, we do know that it could mean a lot for her career. If she manages to get back out there and make a successful comeback, then maybe she’ll be able to continue making music without having to worry about being under a conservator.
5. Britney’s Last Album
In 2012, Britney released her seventh studio album, Femme Fatale, and it debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. While it didn’t match the success of her previous albums, it did feature some great songs, including “Hold It Against Me,” “Perfume” and “Make Me…”
6. Britney’s Conservatorship
Britney Spears was placed under conservatorship in 2007 due to mental illness. Her father Jamie Spears had full control over her finances and daily activities, and he even had the power to force her to take medication. However, in 2015, the court ruled that he no longer had the authority to manage her affairs, and she regained full control of her own money and assets.
7. Britney’s Legal Battle
After the ruling, Britney filed a lawsuit against her father, claiming that he had violated her constitutional rights by keeping her under conservatorship. A judge agreed, and ordered him to pay $100,000 per month in compensation until he relinquished control of her finances.