Britney Spears opens it up wide in the new MTV documentary "Britney Spears: For the Record" which will air November 30 at 10/9c. She has been waiting long enough to expose her side of story on her chaotic life last year and through the 90-minute footage, Britney is ready to "set the record straight", MTV said. Two clips are outed by SKY1, the U.K. network that will air the documentary on December 1.
In one of the clips, Britney speaks up about her marriage to Kevin Federline that results in two sons. "I think I married for the wrong reasons," she says. "Instead of following my heart and doing what made me really happy, I just did it for the sake of the idea of everything." Her new single "Womanizer" is also played on the background while she adds, "Your music is a reflection of what you're going through. It's such a part of me, the record, because of what I've gone through."
The second clip is on Britney taking art as a way to relieve her stress from the pressure of fame. "People think you go through something in your life and you need to go to therapy. For me, art is therapy because it's like you're expressing yourself in such a spiritual way," she continues.
Included also below are some promo videos from MTV on the documentary. Among the things that Britney addresses is her compromise on fame. "There's no excitement, there's no passion," Britney reveals. "I have really good days, and then I have bad days. Even when you go to jail you know there's the time when you're gonna get out. But in this situation, it's never ending. It's just like Groundhog Day every day."
The documentary combines personal stories straight from Britney's lips and behind-the-scenes footage of her comeback with "Circus". She is followed to the recording studio, to rehearsals, to press tours, to the video shoot for her latest single, "Womanizer," and even to her hometown in Louisiana. Some scenes included is the backstage footage from her winning appearance at the 2008 Video Music Awards.