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Say What? Yoko Ono on Britney

"I think that the world was not fair to her, and they're just using her and not dignifying her. I think she's a survivor and she's doing very well."

— Yoko Ono (experimental artist, musician, and widow of John Lennon) on Britney Spears. No stranger herself to being maligned by the press — she's still blamed for breaking up the Beatles — Ono showed unlikely solidarity with pop star Spears in an interview with Us magazine during a ThreeAsFour Homage to Yoko Ono last week in New York City. She is collaborating with the fashion label for a collection called Iconoclastic.

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equestriennechic equestriennechic 7 years
Everyone did the same things to Michael Jackson, and now that he's died everyone all of a sudden has sympathy.
Pistil Pistil 7 years
When you put yourself in the spotlight you are inviting scrutiny and criticism. Like Oko. When your work is provocative, what sort of reaction do you expect? I think there are very few people fit to handle show business. Clearly.
MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
I think its more that the people close to her used her, and ignored her medical problems that were getting increasingly worse the longer the use went on.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 7 years
Meh, I just think Spears is a person who isn't fit to handle show business.
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