“Britney: For the Record” Documentary to Air Sunday

viernes, 28 de noviembre de 2008 |

Sunday night, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, a documentary about pop-singer Britney Spears called "Britney: For the Record" is scheduled to air on MTV.

The film follows Brit over a period of about three months, beginning September 7, when production company @radical.media decided to chronicle Spears’ comeback as of the day she appeared on the MTV Video Music Awards.

So far, a 30 minutes clip from the documentary, which spreads over an hour and a half, has been shown to journalists, featuring interviews with the singer, footage from her meeting with Jive Records reps and her trip to see the „In the Heights” Broadway show.

The documentary offers viewers some personal footage, as well, such as Britney Spears’ father making cheese grits the morning before the MTV Awards.

Moreover, during the 90 minute production, she speaks about her love life and her relationships with Justin Timberlake and ex-husband Kevin Federline, revealing that after having broken up with the former, she had felt lost and incapable of figuring out where to go from there, so she had become a party girl. As for her marriage with Federline, which lasted from 2004 to 2007, Britney stated she had taken the big step for the wrong reason and had failed to follow her heart and had simply gone through with it for the mere idea of being a married woman.

Furthermore, she admitted that she had never been able to face her divorce, even though she had tried to get over it and convince herself everything would be alright.

On December 2, when Britney Spears turns 27, her new album „Circus” is slated to be released, thus officially marking her comeback.

Via efluxmedia.com

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