Things for Britney are just continuing to get worse. She was so exhausted she either collapsed or fell asleep at her own NYE party which prompted rumors of a possible stint in rehab. Here we see more from that night where she drops the F-bomb to her crowd. Now we hear bad news on her comeback album. Apparently it's been put on hold. Rumor is - it stinks! Here's more:
While in New York she was in the studio recording for Jive Records. She worked some nights until 4 a.m. laying down tracks for a new CD. She thinks it's the makings of a really great album. They don't.
Talk inside the company is that either it's redone, or they need to drop it - and her. When this recording session began, she'd just dumped Federline the Insect. It was not a good time in her life. To recharge her career, she reconnected with her long-ago first-time manager, the one who originally brought her to the heights, Larry Rudolph.
But constant headlined misbehavior is stoking the problem. Jive fears she's alienating her fan base. Their fan base. Jive caters to a young music-buyer, and the continued atmosphere - drinking, bingeing, partying, whatevering, photos with no panties for a mother of two infants - is hitting sour notes. Besides, Jive is not in sync with the five tracks Brit delivered. Conversation in their offices is: If we bear the expense of a redo, is it possible that, down the road, because of the way she's going, we could end up with a really bad product? Or one that won't sell?
The recording has stopped midway. Nothing more's been done because the company doesn't yet know what it wants to do. But that recent front page ain't helping.
When asked for comment Larry Rudolph said, "I don't know where your information came from, but I can only tell you we're in the middle of recording an album. And you can quote me on that." That's not exactly denying any of the bad rumors, but let's hope she gets rest and back to work to create something exciting.