Zoey 101: Jamie Lynn Making a Comeback, Too?
Zoey 101: Jamie Lynn Making a Comeback, Too?
Glenn Diaz
Glenn Diaz
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Britney Spears' downward spiral had been well-publicized, thanks to the tabloids who were able to get hold of some incriminating pictures.  Today many fans are rejoicing over what seems to be a return of the pop princess.  Britney tried to reverse the effects of her well-documented meltdown – a couple of kids, Kevin Federline, a shaved head, among others – by appearing in shows and making appearances to remind fans of her old self.

For her part, Zoey 101 star Jamie Lynn Spears for a time seemed to be following on big sister's path when she got pregnant at 17.  Previously, there were even reports that she was pregnant a second time. She denied these rumors and affirmed that she and fiancé Casey Aldridge are still together.  Some fans mention that the two sisters aren't being given enough help to aid them through their recovery.  According to Life and Style Weekly, their dad Jamie Spears have laid down a so-called plan called “Britney's Dad's Six Rules For Keeping Britney Safe” which will similarly be applied to the Zoey 101 star.
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These rules range from the understandable to the absurd.  Some are obviously meant to avoid a repetition of scandals Britney had found herself in the future, such as no drinking before getting behind the wheel.  Then there are the others, such as always having a chaperone, no e-mail, getting an allowance, and friends need approval.  Now Britney shies away from parties and just settles for the occasional glass of champagne. She is also given a monthly allowance - $1500 a month, if reports are to be believed – to curb her spending.

As for the Zoey 101 star, she previously said she is going to back away from Hollywood for the mean time and focus on their baby.  Jamie Lynn also said that going back to school is definitely part of the plan.

-Glenn L. Diaz, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: National Ledger
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