They used to be pop rivals, and today one defends the other: Christina Aguilera has commented on Britney Spears’ current legal dispute and is now protecting her co-star.
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Pop star Britney Spears is currently on trial and fighting against the guardianship of her father, Jamie Spears. At the start of the trial, she made sensational statements about the last few years of her father’s tenure. “I’m not happy, I can’t sleep. I’m so angry, this is crazy. And I’m depressed. I cry every day,” Britney Spears said in court on Wednesday. And now her colleague Christina Aguilera is stepping aside and supporting the “Toxic” translator.
I thought a lot about Britney.
In a series of tweets, “Xtina” commented on the current legal procedures. Regarding an old photo of the singers, she wrote, “For the past few days, I’ve been thinking about Britney and everything she has to go through. It’s unacceptable that a woman – or anyone – wants to be in control of her destiny, not allowing her to live her life the way she wants “.
Another tweet reads: “Every woman should have the right to her own body, reproductive system, privacy, private space, health and happiness!” However, the “Genie In A Bottle” singer also admits that she was absent in the courtroom and only knows what she read in the media about the trial.
“I promise every woman that she deserves freedom”
However, she takes a clear stand and expresses her support for Britney. “I promise to every woman who has had to work under certain conditions and unimaginable pressures that she deserves the freedom to live her life as fully as possible. My heart goes to Britney. She deserves nothing but love and support!”
Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera became known as young teens through the Disney Mickey Mouse Club, and both began successful solo careers as pop singers in the late 1990s. The two were often accused of competing because they were both vying for the top spots in the world charts with their singles at the same time.
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