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Entertainment Britney Spears: 'I liked my thirties way more than my twenties, my twenties were horrible'

01:14  30 september  2016
01:14  30 september  2016 Source:   ibtimes.co.uk

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Britney Spears has opened about her " horrible " twenties in an interview on Lorraine Kelly's morning TV show. In an interview with Dan Wooton, the Glory singer The Baby One More Time singer said she is embracing who she is in her thirties . "My teens were fun but I like my thirties , thirties is great.

To say Britney Spears ' twenties were rough is an understatement. In the span of a decade, the pop princess got divorced twice, temporarily lost custody of her children and was put under an " I liked my thirties way more than my twenties . My twenties were horrible ," Spears , 34, said.

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Britney Spears has opened about her 'horrible' twenties in an interview on Lorraine Kelly's morning TV show. In an interview with Dan Wooton, the Glory singer alluded to her infamous public meltdown as she revealed she is in 'good place' in her life today.

The former Disney star was in a relationship with Justin Timberlake, but after their split she married childhood friend Jason Alexander in 2004 in Las Vegas. 55 hours later the marriage was annulled. In the same year, she tied the knot to backing dancer Kevin Federline, before filing for divorce from him in 2006.

Aged 26, Spears suffered a public breakdown and was famously photographed shaving her head and later attacking a paparazzi's car with an umbrella. Britney entered rehab and subsequently lost custody of her children to Kevin, and was placed in temporary guardianship of her father.

Britney Spears ends legal battle with ex-manager - report

  Britney Spears ends legal battle with ex-manager - report Britney Spears and former manager Sam Lutfi have reportedly ended their seven-year legal battle. Lutfi filed a defamation case against Britney and the Spears family in 2009, accusing them of publicly slandering him by claiming he had some responsibility for the singer's downfall that saw her hospitalised in 2008. However, Lutfi insisted Britney's alleged drug abuse was the real reason for her very public fall from grace, and even went as far as claiming he had tried to stop the singer relying on drugs. After a judge dismissed Lutfi's case in 2012, he appealed on the grounds that he was still owed unpaid earnings, and a trial was due to begin in Los Angeles next week (beg12Sep16). However, TMZ.com reports that Britney and Lutfi settled their case last week (ends04Sep16). An insider told the outlet that Britney paid out "in the low six figures" to her ex-manager. While the exact amount wasn't confirmed, it is believed to have been less than the estimated $500,000 (£372,825) it would have cost Britney in legal fees to defend the case. Britney and Lutfi first met in 2007, when the singer's life was in turmoil. As well as undergoing a divorce from then-husband Kevin Federline and a custody battle with him over their sons Sean Preston and Jayden James, Britney was also estranged from her parents, and it's at this time she was allegedly abusing drugs.

“ I like my thirties way more than my twenties ,” the “Make Me …” singer, 34, said during an appearance on British talk show Lorraine on Thursday, September 29. “ My twenties were horrible ! [ Being ] in my teens was fun, but I like my thirties . … You know who you really are ”.

Britney Spears has been keeping busy in London this week. She performed at the Apple Music Festival earlier this week, and has been doing a good amount of press, as well, showing up at the Kiss FM “ I like my thirties way more than my twenties ; my twenties were horrible ,” Spears said. “

Now aged 34, the mother-of two admitted it was a terrible period in her life. "I liked my thirties way more than my twenties, my twenties were horrible," she said.

The Baby One More Time singer said she is embracing who she is in her thirties. "My teens were fun but I like my thirties, thirties is great. You know who you really are. I'm in a really good place right now, loving and learning myself. Every day I'm learning who I am, it's awakening, it's cool. It's okay to be single, it totally is," she added.

Britney- who has two children, Sean Preston, 11, and Jayden James, 10, from her marriage to Kevin Federline - said she is also apprehensive about coping with teenage sons.

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"It's a little strange as I'm nervous, because I know 12, 13, 14 and 15, is going to be really scary and I'm going to be like, 'mum, please come to the house and help me out here.' But right now it's a great age, they're still babies," she said.

Britney Spears won't listen to her own music

  Britney Spears won't listen to her own music Britney Spears refuses to listen to her own music and relies on her sons and her nieces to give her their verdict. She told Flaunt magazine: "It's funny, because I don't really listen to my music. My kids do and my nieces do. I'm about the creative process. I'm in the moment of being creative and then I put it out there. Of course, I sing my songs every night [at my residency] and I have to listen to it that way, but I'm all about change. And new. And forthcoming.

Britney Spears admitted that her twenties , during which she suffered a public meltdown, were “ horrible .” During an appearance on ITV’s Lorraine, the “Make Me ” singer hinted at her infamous meltdown back in 2007. “ I liked my thirties way more than my twenties .

My twenties were horrible ," Spears , 34, said. "My teens were fun, but I like my thirties . Thirties is great. You know who you really are ." I took like two and a half years to do it, and I worked with the most profound, amazing people. It was just really, really cool. I definitely had the jitters," Spears

Spears, who performed during the Apple Music Festival in London this week to rave reviews, said she was nervous about the release of her new album Glory, and her eagerly anticipated comeback.

"I was actually really nervous," she revealed. "I took my time with this record and it took two and a half years to do it. I definitely had the jitters but it worked out. This is the best record I've done in a long time because it's so different."

Spears also revealed her musical tastes, citing Selena Gomez as an influence and suggested that she might like to record a track with British singer Sam Smith. "I listen to a lot of Selena Gomez- I think her vibe is cool and sexy. Is Sam Smith from the UK?" she asked. "I met him last night. He brought his brother, and his sister, and like, he was so sweet. I'm a huge fan of him. A duet would [be wonderful]."

Britney Spears was on Loose Women and it was brilliant viewing .
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