Oh my, whatever will I do?

Britney Spears’s longtime manager Larry Rudolph says the singer may never perform again. Speaking to TMZ, Rudolph said, “As the person who guides her career — based on the information I and all of the professionals who work with her are being told on a need-to-know basis — from what I have gathered it’s clear to me she should not be going back to do this Vegas residency, not in the near future and possibly never again.”
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“Let her be a civilian for a while,” Larry Rudolph tells Variety. “She’s given so much. Give her time.”

First cops started calling citizens ‘civilians’ and now fucking Hollywood’s doing it to non-actors. It sounds like her manager’s as bat-shit crazy as she is.

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13 Responses to Oh my, whatever will I do?

  1. NewVegasBadger says:

    “may never perform again” Promises, promises, promises. Just like all those celebrities who promises to leave the country if/after Trump got elected as POTUS. Like a case of herpes, the bimbo will be back.

  2. anonymous says:

    “DamnIt – There Go My Summer Plans !!” Not.

    When you go psycho, its for a long time . . .

  3. FaCubeItches says:

    Credit to her dad – he did a solid job of rebuilding her after she fell apart. Mom still has to be pissed that neither of her daughters are actual celebrities anymore, though.

  4. Padawan says:

    Now if we could only hear the very same news about Taylor Swift.

  5. Bert says:

    Who is this person you speak of?

  6. bogsidebunny says:

    Brittany never perform again? Swallowed seamen has been by the proven by the FDA to cause stage-4 larynx cancer if a high volume is swallow over a period of time.

    • Tennessee Budd says:

      Well, when I was in the Navy, I weighed about 180 lbs., & I was 5′ 10″ tall. Swallowing even one seaman could be difficult, unless you cut us into little pieces first…..

  7. just add violence says:

    she’s cute, wealthy and serviceable…

    I’ve dealt with crazy before :-)

  8. MadMarlin says:

    Hey now, that’s my cousin! Albeit 5th cousin, from my moms side of the family. And no, I’ve never met her or have seen her in concert. My niece had a few of her albums, and I heard one song over and over… oops I did it again.

    Bat shit crazy seems to run in the family genes. Plenty of bipolar, manic depressive, and just plain crazy moody family members. A few suicides, (my grandmother, and 2 cousins I know about) accidental deaths by drunkenness or ‘hey guys hold my beer and watch this’.

    Quite a few artist types, but nothing successful like Britney. Our family is most likely no different from any other. Some happy. Some not. Some friendly and some introverted. Some sane, some like me, (but I do take my meds) lol. Some successful, some like me, lol. I just get up everyday telling myself today will be better than yesterday. Breath in, breath out, and one foot in front of the other. I just hope and pray we don’t get a ‘left of center’ nut job during the next presidential election.

  9. pigpen51 says:

    I learned a lot about musicians when I was playing for part of my living. I played some shitholes and I played for over 10,000 people a few times. The thing about musicians is, the ones who are really good, no matter how good they are, usually end up taking their 50-100 bucks a night on the weekends, and then go on and live their lives the rest of the week. I have met guys who have been on the road with big names. My twin brother is also a musician, a drummer and singer. He played for a couple of years with a guy who was on the road with Bob Seger as a bass player. The guy claimed that he just hated life on the road, but I knew better, he was a drunk, and management doesn’t put up with that shit for long, from back up musicians, when they are a dime a dozen. I played with a fiddle player from Kansas, who had retired from Nashville, as the biggest session player they had at the time. I can’t remember his name, but he was certainly damn good. But he was also as straight as an arrow and as decent to me and the rest of the band that night, as anyone you could find. That is why he was able to make it in the business. Britney might be a decent singer and performer, I really don’t know. What I do know is that I saw people who could put her to shame, as singers and performers. But the two women I am thinking of, never had a chance of making it. One even had a decent management team, but they dropped her the minute they found out she had a coke problem.
    There are so many great musicians playing in bars, who are every bit as good as what you hear on the radio, but who either have too much baggage, or are simply happy to just have a gig. Now, if you don’t fit the exact same mould, you don’t get signed.
    Britney would do well to get herself healthy, sit back and enjoy her kids, and her money, and wait for grandkids to spoil. Just like the world is lucky we didn’t have to watch Elvis as he spiriled downhill, this woman should avoid the same fate, get her act together, and enjoy life.

    • James says:

      Pigpen,I agree,seems many out there though just see her as a money machine and she was in some sort of show biz since she was a youngster,never had a chance to just live a simpler life,now,she does and should go for it.

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