Friday, July 31, 2009

Britney Stops at Starbucks

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Britney Leaves a Medical Building

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Radar Download Day

Today is Radar Download Day! Britney's fan sites, and are all teaming up to help Radar climb the charts. If you don't have a copy of Radar in your iTunes library, today's the day to add it. If you do have it, why don't you send it as a gift to a few friends? Here's the iTunes link.


Scheduled Conservatorship Review May Be Canceled

If Jamie Spears plans to ask a judge to review the terms of the conservatorship to release his daughter anytime soon, he may want to let Judge Reva Goetz know before the next scheduled review set for August 3, 2009.

TMZ reported last week that Jamie will ask the judge to review the terms of the conservatorship after Britney’s current tour ends in November. The story has received international attention through various media outlets, fan sites and independent bloggers. But not everyone believes the story.

“That’s not true,” says Vania Stuelp, deputy public information officer of the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Stuelp works closely with Judge Goetz. Her job requires talking to the judge in advance to know what’s coming going to happen in court so the public affairs office is prepared. She says, as of yesterday, the judge doesn’t know what is going to be discussed during the August review.

“It may be canceled,” says Stuelp.

The review was scheduled as the next step in a Florida case involving Britney. The underlying issues of that case have been resolved according to Stuelp.

The decision to proceed or cancel the review is expected to be made this Thursday.

While it is possible that TMZ’s claim that Jamie will ask the judge to free his daughter in November, Britney’s tour ends, the court hasn’t heard anything. There is also nothing scheduled after August on the online court calendar.

The August review was put on the docket on Jan. 21, 2009 when Judge Goetz ruled against lifting a protective order issued last October that temporarily prevented Britney from being deposed. The Florida case settled in June as confirmed yesterday.

“The case was amicably settled. The parties entered an agreement, the terms of which are confidential, after which we voluntarily dismissed our claims,” says Clay Townsend, attorney for Johnny Wright who sued Britney in October 2007 for nonpayment of commissions.

According to court documents filed by Townsend, Wright, an artist manager who has managed other recording artists, such as Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson, managed Britney’s career from 1999 to Feb. 2003 when his management services were terminated. However, Britney had agreed to continue to pay Wright “sunset” commissions through Feb. 2008. She stopped making payments after Dec. 26, 2006 a month after filing for divorce from Kevin Federline.

Britney has been under a conservatorship by her father Jamie and an attorney, Andrew Wallet, since February of last year. A judgment was granted for permanent control of her person and estate last October at about the same time the conservatorship filed in Los Angeles for emergency protection against a deposition of Britney brought by the Florida plaintiffs including Wright’s company Wright Entertainment Group, Inc.

Source: Fair News Press

Spears Buying Father a Restaurant

The ‘Toxic’ singer Britney Spears is keen for her father Jamie Spears – who was made co-conservator of her personal and professional affairs following her public breakdown last year – to run a new eatery when the conservatorship comes to an end.

A source said: "Britney just wanted to give him something useful as a sign of her appreciation.

"After all their ups and downs she knows he's always got her best interests at heart."

Britney - who opened her ill-fated New York restaurant Nyla in 2002 - plans to serve soul food at the Los Angeles eatery.

Soul food is popular in the southern states of America - Britney was raised in Kentwood, Louisiana - and includes dishes such as fried chicken, barbecued ribs, black eyed peas and sweet potato.

Earlier this month, it was revealed Jamie wants a judge to review the conditions of the conservatorship agreement when Britney's 'Circus' world tour concludes in November.

A US website reported: "Jamie can't ask the judge to end it - just to review it. The judge then decides if Britney should regain control of her life."

Jamie thinks Britney - who currently has shared custody of her two children with ex-husband Kevin Federline, Sean Preston, three, and two-year-old Jayden James - is now strong enough to look after herself.

Source: IOL

Rejected Britney Spears Song Set for Har Mar Superstar Album

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A song written by Britney Spears producer Greg Kurstin and Har Mar Superstar, which was pitched to the singer but rejected by her management team, is now set to appear on Har Mar's next studio album.

'Tall Boy' will now feature on 'Dark Touches', his fourth full-length studio effort, set for release on October 12. Har Mar had explained in the past during live shows that it had been knocked back by Spears' team.

Source: NME

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