Miley, who had the chance to record with Britney for her Bangerz album, decided to speak out while performing for the Super Bowl. During her pre-game show, Miley was singing her song “Party In The USA” when the lyrics “That’s when the DJ dropped my favorite tune, And a Britney song was on.”
She told the crowd, “We love Britney.” The statement says a lot only days after the doc first aired.
Miley Cyrus says “we love Britney” during her Super Bowl performance pic.twitter.com/xEL11juif8
— Britney Fan 🌹 (@BritneyHiatus) February 7, 2021
“Sex and The City” star Sarah Jessica Parker was the second celebrity to come out for Britney. She clearly watched the film and was moved by the topic. On Sunday, the actress tweet out “#FreeBritney.” SJP was showered with praise by Britney fans. One said, “Britney needs you. Our national treasure needs you!!! Let’s save her!!! Thank you so much Queen.”
Miley and Sarah aren’t the only ones feeling some type of way. Many people who saw the documentary have strong feelings about the way Britney was treated by everyone around her and have questions about whether she actually needs to be under a conservatorship.
— Sarah Jessica Parker (@SJP) February 7, 2021
The producers spoke to Britney’s former close friend/longtime assistant Felicia. During their chat, Brit’s former employee said she didn’t feel like the “Toxic” singer needed a conservatorship. She said Britney was extremely smart and was responsible for her own success. Felicia questioned why exactly a uber-accomplished person would need to be under a court-ordered conservatorship, which is run by her father Jamie Spears.
Britney’s father is getting paid by his daughter’s estate. He has been apart of the conservatorship for over a decade. Britney has never wanted Jamie to be in control of her life. The court still put him in place to manage every little decision she makes. He argues he has made the estate profitable but Britney was making a ton of money before he came on board.
Since the documentary aired, Britney has been radio silent about the facts presented in the film produced by The New York Times. Her fans have been speaking out believing they were finally validated after hearing those from Britney’s inner circle speak out against the conservatorship.
One #FreeBritney supporter wrote, “Well, I watched the Britney doc and unfortunately my takeaway is that our entire society is a humiliating, violently misogynist failure and I’m ashamed of a media culture that, for decades, villainized her for money and sport, conditioning us to think it was funny. #FreeBritney.”
Another said, “Miley Cyrus, Sarah Jessica Parker and Khloe Kardashian all speaking about their love and support for Britney in the last 60 minutes alone. The #FreeBritney movement is truly getting bigger and bigger. I can’t stop crying, we did it kids.”