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Britney Spears asks court to remove dad's control over personal life

Jamie Spears has been his daughter's legal conservator for 12 years, due to concerns around her mental health.

He temporarily stepped aside from the role overseeing her personal affairs in 2019, citing his own health problems.

Some of Spears' fans believe she was forced into the arrangement, and have been running a #FreeBritney campaign.

"Britney is strongly opposed to James' return as conservator of her person," according to a court document filed to the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles.

Britney Spears gets restraining order against ex-friend

 A judge ordered 44-year-old Sam Lutfi, who has been in legal fights with the Spears family for a decade, to stay at least 200 yards (183 metres) from her, her parents and her two sons, who are 12 and 13.

The judge also ordered that he not contact or disparage anyone from the family.

The restraining order petition alleges Lutfi has been sending harassing and threatening texts to Spears' family and disparaging them on social media.

Britney Spears settles child support row with ex-husband

The Toxic singer had been in dispute with the dancer for several months as he wanted the amount of child support she pays for their two sons, Sean Preston, 13, and 12-year-old Jayden, increased from $US20,000 a month and they have reportedly now reached a new deal.

The terms of the agreement are confidential, but a source told The Blast that Britney has agreed to increase her monthly payments to Kevin by "thousands more".

Bruno Mars, Britney Spears to perform at US GP

Eleven-time Grammy winner Mars, who has twice featured in Super Bowl half-time shows, will perform his 24K Magic World show on Saturday night in Texas, following qualifying for the 18th race of the Formula One season.

Spears, another international pop icon, will close out the weekend with a post-race concert on Sunday.

Bobby Epstein, the founder and chairman of COTA, said the performances of Mars and Spears would contribute to "an incredible weekend for race and music fans alike".

Britney Spears thanks fans for support following niece's hospital release

"So grateful that Maddie was able to go home today... it's truly a miracle," Spears wrote on Twitter, referencing the daughter of her younger sister Jaime Lynn Spears. "Our prayers were heard, and they were answered. Thank you so much for all of your love and support this week. My family appreciates it more than you'll ever know."

Maddie, 8, was injured on Sunday after an ATV she was driving went into a pond on the family's property in Louisiana, according to a statement released by Tangipahoa Parish Sheriff Daniel Edwards.

Britney Spears enjoys night off in Las Vegas by experiencing Thunder From Down Under with her mom

As Britney Spears enjoyed a night off from her Las Vegas residency, the "Toxic" singer traveled to the Excalibur with her close friends for a sexy little show.

Britney Spears slays 2016 VMAs performance with a surprise from G-Eazy

Of course, fans would've loved to see Brit Brit throughout the past nine years, but given her performance tonight we're sure fans walked away completely satisfied. She began her set with "Make Me," walking out in a sheer jumpsuit with yellow sequins and bright yellow boots. Not too long after did G-Eazy join her out on stage where they really heated things up. They eventually transitioned into "Me, Myself & I," grinding and dancing all up on each other much to the delight of the audience and viewers watching.

MTV VMAs 2016: 5 reasons to watch

But let's be honest, the VMAs are more about jaw dropping moments than music videos and Moon Man trophies.

Whether it was Kanye West stealing the stage from Taylor Swift in the midst of her acceptance speech in 2009, or Miley Cyrus twerking her way into a national controversy in 2013, this annual award show is always unfiltered.

Here are five reasons to watch this year's VMAs.

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About that Britney Spears, Justin Bieber rumor...

Spears has shot down chatter that she is collaborating with the Biebs. In an interview with BBC Radio 1 on Wednesday, the singer was asked if there was any truth to rumors they were working on a track together

"No, there's no truth to that at all," Spears said.

Instead talk turned to Bieber's nude photos -- which Spears called "insane"-- and her meeting him years ago.

Backstreet Boys founder dies in prison aged 62

The Federal Bureau of Prisons said the disgraced businessman died on Friday, providing no other details — he was 62.

Inspired by the success of the boy band New Kids on the Block, Pearlman recruited a group of unknowns to form the Backstreet Boys, which soared to stardom in 1996, becoming one of the best-selling boy bands of all-time.

The group sold more than 130 million records, its website says.

Some members of Pearlman's other bands, including Justin Timberlake of NSYNC and Britney Spears, went on to achieve major stardom with solo careers.