Pop star Britney Spears shared a message Tuesday night after her New York Times documentary about her life debuted last week.
“I’m always going to love being on stage … but I take the time to learn and be a normal person,” Spears wrote a video caption for a presentation on social media three years ago. “I like to simply enjoy the basics of everyday life !!!!”
“Every person has a story and takes into account the stories of others !!!! We all live a very wide variety of bright, beautiful lives,” he added with floral emoticons. “Remember, whatever we think about knowing about a person’s life, nothing is the fact that lives behind the lens !!!”
Spears did not deal directly with the latest documentary, “The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears,” which aired last week on FX and aired on Hulu. The film looks at the pivotal moments in the pop star’s career and details whether the Spears Conservatory has been around since the very public collapse of 2008.
His father, James Spears, has been a conservative since 2008 and became the sole conservator in 2019 after attorney Andrew Wallet resigned from his conservatory position. At last year’s trial, a judge rejected the star’s request to suspend her father from her conservatory activities, although the woman did not rule out future petitions for her expulsion or suspension.
The documentary details the paparazzi’s seemingly relentless willingness to be a pop star, as well as the media portrayal of a great breakup with singer Justin Timberlake.
Earlier this week, Spears ’friend Sam Asghari, 27, told People that he was grateful to his fans and support.
“I always wanted nothing but the best for my better half and I will continue to support your dreams and create the desired and deserved future,” Asghari said. “I am grateful for all the love and support that fans all over the world gain and look forward to a normal, wonderful common future.”
Actor and fitness coach Asghari has been with Spears since 2016.