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The Material Girl is also asked to share her opinion about other female artists like Pink, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj and Lady GaGa.
Lynne Spears credits Britney's former manager, Sam Lutfi, for reuniting her with her famous daughter but stands by her statement that he's a bad influence for the singer.
Jamie Spears is accused of physically assaulting Sam, while Lynne allegedly makes Britney's then-manager feel 'suicidal' following the release of her book.
Britney's former manager credits himself as the one who tried to save her when she was at the lowest point in her life and staged a successful comeback for her.
When Britney was at the lowest point in her life, she met Sam Lutfi who allegedly controlled her by drugging and emotionally abusing her.
Lutfi claims he's not the one to blame for the 'I Wanna Go' singer's breakdown, but it's her addiction to amphetamines that caused her life in 'shambles.'
Along with LL Cool J, Halle Berry and Taraji P. Henson, the 'Till the World Ends' songstress will introduce a segment at the CBS 'Grammy Salute to Whitney Houston' concert.
Oprah and Britney lead the list of Hollywood's female money makers that include Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres, Rihanna, Lady GaGa and Katy Perry.
Sam Lutfi, who is suing the singer for defamation, said in new legal documents that he found crystal meth residue on Britney's carpet.
Rumor has it, Larry Rudolph is furious after he's informed that the Ryan Murphy-created TV series appeared to mock Britney's meltdown.
Words are, the pressure of being a judge on 'The X Factor (US)' worsens her skin condition.
A heartbroken Don Phillip says, 'After that thing, I went home and had thoughts of [suicide]. I was so destroyed that they set me up.'
The judges give 'no' answers to Don Philip, who once sang with Britney Spears, and a 'Candy Girl' guy, but get amazed by Jillian Jensen, who shares her story about getting bullied.
Rocking a tight blue dress and a black dress respectively, Britney Spears and Demi Lovato along with Simon Cowell and L.A. Reid put their hands in cement outside Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
Although in high heels, Britney was able to follow Psy's dance move which has become quite popular around the world.