Simon Cowell Doesn't Care About Britney Spears
Simon Cowell Doesn't Care About Britney Spears
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Despite her string of mishaps, American Idol’s notorious judge Simon Cowell remains unsympathetic towards the troubled Britney Spears.

Cowell, British artist and repertoire, American Idol judge, and executive for Sony BMG, is known for his straightforward and brutally honest comments. He told London Mirror, Spears just need to “snap out of the zone,” as does Robbie Williams.
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Spears, a 25-year old former pop princess, is popularly known for her albums and music videos for such songs like “ …Baby One More Time,” “I’m a Slave 4 U,” and many more. This Grammy Award-winning singer and dancer have also appeared in movies and on television shows. In addition, she is also an author and a songwriter. With over 31 million sold albums in the United States, she is considered the eight best-selling female artists in American music history. In 2004, she married her back-up dancer Kevin Federline and had two sons with him, Sean Preston and Jayden James. Unfortunately, the marriage did not work out. Spears filed for divorce on November 7, 2006 stating irreconcilable differences.

Her unpleasant divorce and custody battle over her kids with Federline was the start of a string of intrigues and controversies for the Spears. From here on, gossips and rumors followed the celebrity whether its about her drinking, partying, her capability of taking care of her kids, and so on and so forth. Her baldhead, a result of her self-inflicted mishap, has ultimately sent her to rehab.

The American Idol judge commented, "This whole thing is a total indulgence. Britney and Robbie need to get a grip. We've allowed these people to feel sorry for themselves…I don't know what's going on in Britney's head, but my attitude is, I couldn't care less. She should go back and live with her mum for six months…Go to where I just went, where people really are suffering and then you'll see just how good your life is.”

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

Source: Fox News

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