• Biography

Britney Spears is known as an American pop singer and actress. She is most famous for being a child star in the Mickey Mouse Club and having six of her first seven albums reach No. 1 on the Billboard Music Charts.


Background and Education

Britney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981, in McComb, Mississippi and brought up in Kentwood, Louisiana. The middle of three children, Spears built up an enthusiasm for performing at a youthful age. When she was 8 years of age, she tried out for a spot on the Disney Channel's The All-New Mickey Mouse Club.


In September 1998, Spears released her first single, “Hit Me Baby One More Time" The appealing tune achieved the highest point of the pop charts toward the finish of January 1999, pushed in part by a music video in which the singer danced in a scanty Catholic student uniform. The indecent outfit drew sharp words from the guardians of her young fans but the marketing attempt paid off and made her a huge pop star.

Personal Life


In the year 2000, she was dating Justin Timberlake, who was a member of the popular boy band, NSYNC. Two years later, Spears and Timberlake declared that they had separated. It was rumored that Timberlake caught Spears cheating with one of her backup dancers.

In 2004, Britney Spears married her beloved companion Jason Alexander in Las Vegas, yet the shotgun wedding was split two days after the fact. After that mess, she got into a relationship with dancer Kevin Federline. Spears’ association with Federline just heightened with the media's examination of her private life.

Spears and Federline got married on September 18, 2004, in Studio City, California. She and her significant other reported that they were expecting their first child together in April 2005. Their marriage eventually came to an end. In August 2018, it was reported that Britney Spears was ordered to pay her ex Federline $100,000 in child support contributions. The singer had just been spending $20,000 every month in child support, but Federline claimed that needed more for their two young men as they moved toward their adolescent years.

Mental Issues

In January 2019, Britney Spears was planning to start another Las Vegas residency. In a sudden twist, Spears declared that she was taking an uncertain break from touring to help her sick father. In April, it was uncovered that the singer had registered with a rehab center in the midst of the experiencing depression and worry of managing her father's wellbeing battles.

Date modified: Aug 9, 2020
We seek for an accuracy and correctness in our content. In case you spot any mistake, please contact us

biogs you may want to read

  • Felicity Huffman
    Felicity Huffman
    Felicity Huffman is known as a film, stage, and television actress. She is most famous for the role of Lynette Scavo on the popular TV drama show 'Desperate Housewives.' In 2019, she made headlines when she was caught bribing a college to enroll her children.
  • Hugh Masekela
    Hugh Masekela
    Hugh Masekela was known as a South African trumpeter, music composer, and singer. He was most famous for being "the father of South African jazz". His popular anti-apartheid songs are "Soweto Blues" and "Bring Him Back Home".
  • Bridget Moynahan
    Bridget Moynahan
    Bridget Moynahan is an actress and model well-known for her outstanding acting abilities, as proven by her roles in various films and television shows. Characters she has played in Blue Bloods, Coyote Ugly, John Wick, and I, Robot are among her most well-known. She is also famous for her previous marriage to legendary football star Tom Brady.
  • George Strait
    George Strait
    George Strait is known as a country music singer. He is most famous for being a country music icon since the 1980s.
  • Pat Benatar
    Pat Benatar
    Pat Benatar is known as an American rock singer and musician. She is famous for her top tracks like "Hit Me With Your Best Shot" and "Love Is A Battlefield”.
  • Dwyane Wade
    Dwyane Wade
    Dwyane Wade is known as professional basketball player in the NBA. He is most famous for playing for the Miami Heat and winning three NBA Championships in his decorated career.