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How Lynne Spears Got From There to Here

While promoting her new book, Through the Storm, Lynne Spears spoke candidly about losing control of her daughter, Britney, when the pop star was 17. During the interview the mama talked about her daughter's entrance into show biz at a very young age, how she traveled with a family friend and the honeymoon period and dark side of fame. Do you think it's realistic of this mama-turned-author to say that young Britney was responsible for launching her own career?

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tiggerchick2 tiggerchick2 8 years
I love that she sells out her kids and then tries to convince herself that it was okay. That's the vibe I get from her interviews anyway. You don't sell out your family for a couple of bucks..that's just not cool.
tiggerchick2 tiggerchick2 8 years
I love that she sells out her kids and then tries to convince herself that it was okay. That's the vibe I get from her interviews anyway.You don't sell out your family for a couple of bucks..that's just not cool.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I think it's realistic, it's always been known that Britney was the one who pushed to be promoted and how she wanted her image to be portrayed. Doesn't excuse Lynne being a pathetic excuse for a mother, though.
alisoune alisoune 8 years
trashy.
alisoune alisoune 8 years
trashy.
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