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Britney Spears MTV Documentary: For the Record

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Britney Spears answers the question on everyone's minds in an exclusive interview with MTV: What the hell was she thinking?

The answer: Apparently she doesn't know either.

"I sit there and I look back," she says, continuing, "I'm a smart person, what the hell was I thinking?"

Britney opens up to MTV about the past two years in a 90-minute documentary tentatively titled For the Record.

"So much has gone on over the last couple of years and there's a lot that people don't know about me that I want them to know," Spears told MTV News in a statement about the special. "I wanted to make this film because I started to feel like I wasn't being seen in the light that I wanted to be seen in. This is an opportunity to set the record straight and talk about what I've been through and where I'm headed."

Britney shares personal stories along with behind-the-scenes footage as cameras follow her to rehearsals, recording studios,  press tours, her hometown, and the video shoot for her latest single,"Womanizer."

For the Record airs Sunday, November 30 at 10pm ET on MTV, two days before the release of Spears' sixth album, "Circus," on December 2, her 27th birthday.

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Okay this brittany unveiled is sad and depressing. Now I cant imagine the stress having the press and outside world judging you revery actions, but she dont even seem to like her job and I think she need some counseling and maybe a change of career. Do you want to be a superstar or what? I think Brittany is her own worse enemy and insecurities and trying act like a prisoner to her choice of career. Like I'm so not sympathetic or think she can blame anything but herself for her life.


I think it’s great Britney is finally sharing her side of the story...I have always hated tabloids and the paparazzi for the way they treat people, especially when they say celebrities “don’t deserve a private life because they’re famous”. However, in another way, I also think it is sad that celebrities have their lives sensationalized by the tabloids and are falsely portrayed are made to feel that they then have to come out to set ‘the record straight’ about things they would rather perhaps keep personal. It was utterly appalling the way the paparazzi behaved on that night of Britney’s hospitalization...mind you, following celebrities on holiday, camping outside their houses, peeping into their backyards and chasing them down in cars is appalling, too. NOBODY deserves to be invaded like that...I don’t care how ‘famous’ they are. People are not going to die if they don’t read the latest news on what Britney ordered at a restaurant. Anyway, I hope Britney stays on top of things, she seems like a lovely girl and I wish the best for her.