Britney Spears is one of the most famous pop divas in the world. But, surrounded by administration and controversies, the talented singer made a few bad decisions.
Why did she do that? Britney started stealing hearts from a very young age, on “The Mickey Mouse Club, “where she showed her talents as a singer and dancer. Her career took off in 1998, with “Baby One More Time.” Two years later, she hit the top of the charts with “Oops!… I Did It Again “, selling over 30 million copies all over the world. But even though her life seemed absolutely amazing… behind the scenes, her private life was falling apart.
Between 2005 and 2010, Britney saw her marriage with Kevin Federline come to an end. Her music career was declining, and the alcohol and drug abuse began. Because of that, Britney lost custody of her two kids. The singer had such a serious nervous breakdown that she made drastic decisions about her looks, used violence against paparazzi, and even slept in a parking lot while completely under the influence of drugs.
Britney had to be committed to a psychiatric hospital by force for a few days. And if that wasn’t enough… her former manager filed a lawsuit against her. After being harassed by a photographer and chased by the tabloids, Britney decided to adopt a low-profile life, isolating herself from society.
“I think the paparazzi took off the pressure after I didn’t leave my house for two years. “Britney decided to sacrifice her fame and face her hardships to get to the root of her problems. “My life was controlled by too many people, and that doesn’t really let you be yourself. ”
“I was trying to please everyone around me. There are moments when I look back and think what the hell was I thinking?'”
The princess of pop rose from the ashes, improving her health, her looks, and her mental balance. Thanks to her family’s love and support, plus rehab and therapy against addiction. Now, she’s a new artist. She channels her energy through dancing, exercises a lot, and she’s even started to paint. Even if she is back to a life of fame, today, her priorities are her children.
“My kids shaped my personality and filled me. They made me not worry about what was happening to me “. But, above all, she’s focused on her mental health self-esteem.