Britney Spears was released on Friday, November 12, after 13 years under a ward that controlled how she spent her money, when she acted, who had access to her home, and what medications she should take.
Aside from her plans to marry her 27-year-old boyfriend Sam Asghari, it is unclear how she will exercise that freedom. Spears hasn’t given an interview in three years, hasn’t performed since October 2018, and is only rarely seen in public.
The “Overprotected” singer, who turns 40 on December 2, has expressed her anxiety about the future.
“I have waited so long to break free from the situation that I am in and now that it is here I am afraid to do something because I am afraid I will make a mistake,” Spears wrote in an Instagram post on October 15.
Fans – 36 million on Instagram – are waiting for a new album or tour. But that can take time, if it happens at all. Celebrity website TMZ cited unidentified sources on Friday as saying that Spears wanted to return to the recording studio, but that no firm plans had been made.
Its industry representatives have declined to comment on possible future plans.
“I stay out of business, which is the only thing I’ve ever known in my entire life… so this is very confusing for me,” Spears wrote on Instagram in October.
Loaded with videos of Spears dancing alone in her luxurious Los Angeles mansion, the singer’s daily Instagram posts have been her main point of contact with fans and the outside world.
In her emoji-laden posts, Spears also models old and new outfits, poses half-naked, and posts quotes that range from inspirational to combative.
Spears was placed under guardianship in 2008 after a mental breakdown. The health problems he had or has have never been disclosed. She has called the guardianship abusive and has repeatedly regretted being betrayed by her mother Lynne, her father Jamie, and her sister Jamie Lynn.
Jamie Spears has said through his attorneys that he helped his daughter rehabilitate her career and that he always acted for her good.
An open television interview would draw a large audience, but none have been announced yet. “May the Lord have mercy on the soul of my family if I ever do an interview,” Spears wrote last month. You have also mentioned, perhaps jokingly, the idea of writing your own book.
HOW TO SPEND THE MONEY
With a fortune of about $ 60 million, Spears will be able to choose how to spend her money for the first time since 2008.
For years, even when he performed in sold-out arenas around the world, he was limited to a personal allowance of about $ 2,000 a week, according to court documents. Until recently, you were not allowed to drive your own car.
Travel could be high on your to-do list. In the past six months, Spears has spent time in Hawaii, French Polynesia, and an unidentified private tropical island, flying in a private jet. In French Polynesia he took a flying class.
He has also posted about his love of horse riding and going to church.
The marriage – her third – to personal trainer Asghari will have to wait until a prenuptial agreement is resolved, although Spears wrote earlier this week that Donatella Versace was already making her wedding dress.
The singer told the Los Angeles judge overseeing her case in June that she wants to have more children. She has two children, now in their teens, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline, who has majority custody.
Spears has said that scripts for television and film versions of her life are already raining down on her, although she has not been amused.
“Am I not supposed to play the role of my own life?” She said in a video in October, on suggestions of who could play her. “I am not dead. What are they thinking about?
With information from Infobae