Britney Spears responded to the backlash apparently after Christina Aguilera and Her Reserve Dancers.
“I did not criticize Christina’s beautiful body in any way, it is what it is!!! I went to see her show once and the main thing that I noticed was the difference of our team on stage !!! ” The “Toxic” singer, 40, insisted that Posted on Instagram on Tuesday.
“I didn’t mention Christina in any way, look at my post!!! Her show has inspired me and she is such a beautiful woman with strength… Thanks @xtina for inspiring me!!!”
Spears went on to make it clear that she did not mean “to criticize anyone”.
Instead, she saw her original post as “a projection of the insecurities I deal with all the time as a result of how my parents and the media treat me.”
The star confirmed that she would “never intentionally shame anyone” because “[knows] What it feels like to be judged by her physical appearance.
“I struggle with this because of how I feel about myself, not because I hate how anyone looks,” she explained.
Spears said she intended to communicate that she felt her estranged family “on purpose” had fueled her insecurity by not allowing her to “choose between the people who were on stage with me” during it. Nearly 14 years of preservation. The legal arrangement was controversial Finally finished In November 2021.
“I appreciate all of you understanding with me as I discover this new life I am living!!!” She concluded her letter with a drawing of two intertwined fairies.
Spears posted a lengthy comment on Monday afternoon that said in part, “If I had Christina Aguilera dancers, I’d look so young.”
The “Crossroads” actress’ message came along with a quote attributed to Rodney Dangerfield that read, “I’ve found there’s only one way to look skinny: hanging out with fat people.”
position that was Still on her page As of noon on Tuesday, it was met with massive criticism.
Echoing many others, one Instagram user commented, “Shaming other people’s bodies is not a move.”
Another suggested “You need to delete this”.
Aguilera, 41 years old He has since unfollowed Spearsher longtime pop rival and former “All New Mickey Mouse Club” bandmate, posted on Instagram.
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