Entertainment Selena Gomez Shares Hilarious Throwback Video Singing Britney Spears: 'The Hustle Was Real'
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When the documentary The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears premiered on FX in February, it caused a sensation. More than 1 million reactions were tweeted within a few days of its debut. And Justin Timberlake, whose treatment of Spears after the pop stars’ breakup years ago was questioned in the film, felt compelled to issue a statement apologizing to his former girlfriend. “We were all truly surprised at what a reception there was,” director and executive producer Samantha Stark said during Deadline’s Contenders Television: Documentary + Unscripted panel discussion of the documentary.
has always been a star.
On Tuesday, the 28-year-old used Instagram to share a video of her younger self singing along to aclassic. In the clip, young Gomez is seen passionately performing "Don't Go Knockin' on My Door" in front of a galaxy-themed background while rocking blue sunglasses.
"The hustle was real," the singer captioned her post.
And Gomez isn't the only one who's a fan. In the past, the two stars have shown each other love on their respective social media platforms. In 2016, Spearsof Gomez saying she "technically did a duet" with her, noting that she would be open to doing a real collaboration with Gomez in the future.
Britney Spears Blasts ‘Hypocritical’ Documentaries About Her Life Following ‘Framing Britney Spears’
Britney Spears is speaking out against “other people’s takes” on her story. The pop star, 39, took aim at “hypocritical” documentaries while sharing an Instagram video of herself dancing on Monday, May 3. RELATED: Cher Says Britney Spears’ Dad ‘Should Move Over And Let Her Have Her Life’ View this post on Instagram A post shared by Britney Spears (@britneyspears) "2021 is definitely way better than 2020 but I never knew it was gonna be like THIS," began the "Toxic" singer. "So many documentaries about me this year with other people's takes on my life ... what can I say … I’m deeply flattered," she continued.
Again in 2018, Spearsof her workout on Instagram saying that Gomez "definitely helped me get through it," while listening to her song "Bad Liar."
Technically, yes... But when are we working on our actual duet— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) ? ????
The latest throwback video isn't the first time fans have seen baby Gomez. As a childhood star, Gomez got her start appearing on Barney & Friends in the early 2000s. She later took on her breakout role for the Disney Channel, playing Alex Russo on Wizards of Waverly Place for nearly five years.
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Gomez has opened up in the past about starting her career with Disney. In March, the "Same Old Love" singerthat she needed "to be perfect" and the experience made her become "such a people-pleaser."
"I still live with this haunting feeling that people still view me as this Disney girl," Gomez told the outlet for its.
"I think I spent so many years just trying to say the right thing to people for the sake of keeping myself sane," she added, noting the mental health struggles that followed her childhood career. In the interview, she spoke candidly about her journey to prioritize her well-being.
"I knew I couldn't go on unless I learned to listen to my body and mind when I really needed help," Gomez said. "Once I stopped, and accepted my vulnerability, and decided to share my story with people—that's when I felt release."
Britney Spears Felt Her Conservatorship Was an 'Oppressive and Controlling Tool Against Her' in 2016: Report .
According to the New York Times, a probate investigator concluded that Britney Spears' conservatorship remained necessary after speaking with the singer, her doctors and her conservators five years agoOn Tuesday, The New York Times released a report citing sealed court documents from 2016 in which the newspaper quoted from records, transcripts and reports from conversations between Spears and a probate investigator in her case. The documents - which the outlet said provide only a "snapshot" of Spears' "sentiments and situation" - were meant to remain confidential.