We all know Britney Spears has inspired a few copy-cat dance routines (guilty) but the princess of pop has now done something even better with her moves – she’s helped a young girl learn how to walk again!
Just last year, the conservatorship brought in $14 million, which is only a portion of her financial earnings. Britney – who at her worst was on the verge of losing permanent custody of her kids – is now by any standard a great parent.
When her father began overseeing her finances, they were said to be in a state of disarray but are now under control.
Johnson suffered a stroke as a result of the aneurysm and wound up spending some time in the hospital, not being able to speak for six weeks.
And, although Britney has a team of doctors and lawyers as well as her father by her side to support her, she still has “substantial day-to-day freedom” to make her own decisions.
What do U think of Britney’s situation?! When the hit song played, she tried to dance to its catchy beat – a promising first step to recovery.
In an online video, she said: “It has been our hope to get my story to Britney”.
She became too famous too soon and it ended up doing her more harm than good, especially when she surrounded herself with people that saw in her not a person but a means to an end – and that end was making money.
Whenever she does a red carpet, Britney Spears always has that “deer in the headlights” look on her face, as if she wants it over with so she can be alone. The star’s finances are controlled under a separate conservatorship.
“There is no reason to break the conservatorship with everything working so well”, a source close to the family told Us Weekly.
Spears has certainly turned her life around since 2007. It has been four years since Britney went on tour (last time was her Femme Fatale tour in 2011).