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Friday, November 14, 2008

Britney, Madonna and Mariah Carey

Maybe, just maybe if Britney can hold it together, she might actually get her life straightened out.
It seems like underneath it all, some journalists are really pulling for Britney.
After all, what we're looking at here in the unblinking eye of the media, is not only a singer, but a mother and a person as well.

"One More Time" for troubled diva Britney Spears?
By Jill Serjeant
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A year ago, Britney Spears was taking court-ordered drug and alcohol tests, had fired her managers, was losing custody of her kids, and some journalists were preparing her obituary.
This week, she was caring for her children like any mother would when she rushed 2-year-old Jayden James to a hospital after a bad reaction to something he ate. As for her career, only one week ago she was on stage performing with Madonna and on the brink of an extraordinary musical comeback.
Industry watchers wonder whether Spears, 26, can win back the young, fickle fans now accustomed to watching her fall apart, or if she can stage a comeback like pop diva Mariah Carey. She spent several years in a slump before rebounding to charttopper status with 2005 album "The Emancipation of Mimi."


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