One reporter says Spears 'was not at all interested in her own new album,' while another journalist claims, 'She just seemed disconnected.'
While preparing for her Las Vegas residency may be physically demanding for Britney Spears, it seems that interview is the least favorite thing to do for the "Perfume" songstress. Some Chicago journalists have shared their experiences interviewing the former Disney star and they branded her the worst interviewee of this year for showing no interest at all during the sitdown.
Jamar 'J Niice' McNeil of Chicago's B96 "The J Show" told Tribune entertainment writer Luis Gomez who conducted the survey, "Least favorite interview this year was Britney Spears. She was not at all interested in her own new album, her new single or her Vegas residency show."
"She wasn't interested in the interview," he added. "Why'd her label make her do this? Waste. I would've rather spent that time with a corpse. No, like really. A corpse 'off gasses,' might twitch, decomposes, bloats - pretty interesting stuff. Britney Spears? Two words: Nothing there."
McNeil's colleague Michelle 'Showbiz Shelly' Menaker echoed him, saying, "The worst interview of the year had to be Britney Spears. While she has catchy songs and cool music videos, it was almost a struggle for her to form a sentence. She might have been nervous, but it was tough for her to elaborate on things as simple as her new Vegas Show."
Another reporter, Christopher 'Brotha Fred' Frederick of 103.5 Kiss FM's "Fred + Angi in the Morning" show, also said a similar thing about Spears. "While I wouldn't say it was my least favorite, as we are always happy to talk to Britney Spears, she just seemed disconnected," he claimed. "It was difficult to get more than a 'yes' or 'no' from her. But she did tell us she 'never' lip syncs, and that surprised more than just us as it made national news."
Spears is currently gearing up for her two-year residency at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino which will start on December 27. In an E! documentary "I Am Britney Jean", she admitted that she might not be suitable for the job. "I have always been kind of shy, since I was a little girl. It's who I am to be modest, so I really can't help it. I turn into this different person ... seriously, bipolar disorder. I'm not really made for this industry," she explained.