Britney Spears Opens Up About Touring Trauma: The Untold Story Behind Her Struggles

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Britney Spears is said to have developed “trauma from touring” and is not planning to go back on the road anytime soon. Although music is still her “pride and joy,” the memories of her intense touring schedule during the peak of her fame have left a lasting impact. Even before her conservatorship, Britney was given demanding itineraries and forced to perform. Her breaking point allegedly occurred in 2018 when her Las Vegas residency ended, but her team decided to turn it into an international tour, extending the grueling schedule. She didn’t receive the break she desperately needed and was booked for a second Vegas residency shortly after.

Despite her trauma, Britney still loves dancing and making music. She has expressed an interest in recording again and has received offers, although she is carefully selecting the right projects and focusing on timing. Now that Britney is free again, she has regained control over her life and will make decisions at her own pace.

Britney’s previous Vegas residency was highly successful, grossing nearly $140 million over four years. However, her second planned run called ‘Britney: Domination’ was canceled when her father and conservator, Jamie Spears, sent her to a mental health facility in 2019.

Since being freed from her conservatorship in 2021, Britney’s personal, medical, and financial affairs are now under her control. However, her personal life with her husband, Sam Asghari, is under scrutiny due to a documentary that suggests she is constantly hyped up on caffeine and energy drinks, has an obsession with knives, hasn’t seen her children in over a year, and is experiencing marital issues.

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