Britney Spears' dad omitted a very interesting state when he moved to expand the singer's conservatorship outside of California, and we're told it's a clear indication that Jamie Spears and his team do not believe Britney will hit the stage in Sin City anytime soon.
As we reported, Jamie filed documents this week to expand the reach of Britney's conservatorship to include Florida, Louisiana and Hawaii. However, he did not include Nevada, which is odd seeing as Britney spent so much time in Las Vegas and never officially canceled her residency once and for all.
Our sources believe leaving Nevada out was a intentional decision, and it's very clear that members of Britney's team, including Jamie, do not believe she will be resume her Las Vegas shows. If Britney was toying with the idea of picking up the pieces from her "Domination" residency, it would have made sense to include Nevada as a state to recognize the conservatorship.
As The Blast first reported, Brit's manager, Larry Rudolph, is ready to get her set back up in Vegas and help usher her on stage. However, a key element in the process is for her doctors, and the court, to sign off that she's healthy enough to perform.
We're told in Jamie's filing, he decided to include the three states where Britney spends the most time, when she's not home in California. She owns homes in Louisiana and Florida, and regularly travels to vacation in Hawaii.
It will be interesting to see if the judge allows Jamie's stronghold to expand outside of California, especially while conservatorship is under a microscope after the judge ordered a probate court investigator to take a hard look at the entire team.
Britney is also ordered to undergo an evaluation to determine if the restraints on her conservatorship should be loosed at all, and she has already announced to fans that she plans on performing again soon.
Just don't expect her back in Vegas.