Thursday, November 20, 2008

For The Record

Photo: SocialLite Life

With her new album, Circus, set for release in just a couple weeks, Brit is ready to show the world her side of the story.

Britney Spears has joined forces with MTV for an indepth interview as part of a 90-minute documentary about her return to the pop-music spotlight, which is quite possibly the biggest comeback in pop history. For the Record is set to air on November 30 at 10 pm on MTV, two days before Circus is released on December 2 (her 27th birthday).


Looking adorable as ever, she is said to talk about about the hardships that led up to this comeback. I've only seen clips online at this point, which all remind me of just why I fell in love with her in the first place. Britney seems to be using this film as an opportunity to own up to the mistakes that the world has watched her make.

The singer appears very open and reflective. She shares personal stories along with behind-the-scenes footage, as cameras follow her to rehearsals, recording studios, on press tours, to her hometown, and the video shoot for her latest single, Womanizer.

As you all know, I'm a big fan and supporter of Ms. Spears so, of course I'm more than a little anxious to see this film in its entirety.

You can also check out Britney's official website and blog here.


Keira-Anne said...

I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm actually intrigued to watch this program. She's a brave girl.

TechyNews said...

Haven't we had enough of her? First we watch intently as she spirals out of control. Now they expect us to watch her as she cleans up?