After Christina Aguilera avoided a question on Britney Spears’ 13-year-long conservatorship, which gave her father legal authority over her life, pop diva Britney Spears, who doesn’t shy away from voicing her thoughts, called Aguilera out. Aguilera refused to answer a question regarding Britney Spears in a recent interview, so Spears released a video of the singer on Instagram Stories. At Thursday’s Latin Grammy Awards, Aguilera was asked whether she had spoken to Spears since the end of her conservatorship, and she said, “No.”
Aguilera tells the media “she is pleased for her” as she walks away from the microphones, squinting her eyes.
When Christina Aguilera said she loved and adored everyone who supported her, Britney Spears criticized her for hesitating to speak when she knew the reality. She wondered why it was so difficult to discuss a flawed system. In a statement, she said she had been through everything and was grateful for all the people who had stood up for her.
During their time as co-stars on Disney’s The Mickey Mouse Club in the years 1993-1994, Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera became household names. At the same time as Mandy Moore and Jessica Simpson, they both rose to worldwide superstardom as adolescents, when female pop singers were flourishing in the heyday of ’90s boy bands.
As a result of Britney Spears’ shocking testimony in June regarding what she went through as a 13-year-old conservator, Aguilera offered her support.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga, who was attending the Los Angeles premiere of her film House of Gucci on Thursday, talked extensively about Britney Spears’ liberation when she was questioned about the singer’s conservatorship during an interview.
Britney Spears thanked Lady Gaga for her kind remarks by mentioning her in a social media post. She thanked her on Instagram for making time for her and for the lovely things she had said about her. She also mentioned that she was moved by what she said and that she loved her.