Britney Spears: 'What the hell was I thinking?'
MTV will showcase a documentary about the Pop singer where she tells her side of the story.
Britney has joined forces with MTV for a 90-minute documentary about her return to the pop-music spotlight.
The documentary combines personal stories with behind-the-scenes footage of her comeback. Cameras follow her to the recording studio, to rehearsals, to press tours, to the video shoot for her latest single, "Womanizer," and even to her hometown in Louisiana. Backstage footage from her recent triumphant appearance at the Video Music Awards is also featured.
In Britney for the Record, name of the documentary produced by the musical channel MTV, she talks about what she's been living for the last year, and how's her day by day.
"I've been through a lot, and there's a lot people don't know," she says in the film. "Sometimes it can get lonely 'cause you don't open the gate. I'm stuck in this place, and I just cope every day."
It'll be aired on November 30th, two days before Circus is released (on the singer's 27th birthday).
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