Was I the only person who watched Britney Spears: For the Record?
Didn't think so.
I haven't decided if I was impressed with the content of the "documentary." However, I feel like the film did what it intended: letting the public know that it's tough to be a millionaire, lonely, but for the sake of the music/art worth it.
Ew, I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.
I'll be the first to admit: Britney works hard when she wants to. She puts long hours in, yes. Joe the plumber puts in long hours too...as do thousands of other Americans. blah blah blah
Maybe the documentary made me realize Brittney is more like me than I could have imagined....NOT. The girl has millions of dollars that she earned by sacrificing her privacy to become famous. It's ironic that she admits six years into becoming famous she was over it. Sorry girl, you sold your soul to the devil. Maybe it's all about the "art" now...but it's a little too late to have a change of heart.
She'll have to survive in the public eye, she'll have to be guarded on who she lets into her life. Period. The end.
I think her story is the perfect example that money doesn't buy happiness. Would I want to trade bank accounts with her? SURE! But I wouldn't want to do it so I could build a multi-million dollar house in Malibu. I would want to trade bank accounts so I could give more back to society (and not in an "I'm Paris Hilton, and I want to give back, so I'm going to continue to hit up the LA club scene and make horrible reality programs for MTV" kind of way).
What do you think? Would you trade places with Britney? Why, or why not?
18 hours ago