Britney: Breaking Free by Danny White
She has sold more than 150 million albums, wowed sell-out audiences around the globe and starred in iconic music videos but Britney Spears’ success has come with an unbearable price tag.
This biography uncovers the story of how this church-going girl from the Deep South became an objectified teenage sensation and the princess of pop. It follows her rollercoaster existence from the top of the charts to the despair of a very public mental health crisis.
Go behind the scenes of Britney’s battle to free herself from her notorious conservatorship and the impact it had on this highly talented but fragile woman, whose cultural and social influence is fast approaching that of Marilyn Monroe.
This book lifts the lid on the controversies that have plagued her life, covers her romances and celebrates her many remarkable triumphs. Along the way, we learn much about show-business and society itself.
As she enters her fifth decade in the relentless glare of the spotlight, this is a compelling and intimate portrait of the real Britney and brings her story up to date, revealing what will come next for this fascinating star, who has perfected the art of reinvention.
Narrated by Rebecca LaChance