Brit Brit has a Rolling Stone cover for March! She’s going to be so proud. Unfortunately, the cover story is about what a mess she’s turned out to be. The story follows Brit from pop star princess to mega mess. Rolling Stone has released this small little excerpt from the article. I think they are talking about Brit’s infamous Betsey Johnson shopping trip where her credit card wouldn’t go through. Brit threw a tantrum in the dressing room and threw her soda and then stormed out cursing at the sales girls. Adnan tried to calm the situation by begging the sales girl to make the credit card go through.
A crush of managers in black shirts and gold name tags try to keep the peace, but the crowd running after Britney gets larger, and now the shopgirls have started to catch up to her, one of them slipping spectacularly in her platform shoes, grazing her elbow. She pulls herself up, mustering the strength to tap Britney’s shoulder. “Um, I’m from the South too,” she mumbles, “and I was wondering if I could get a picture with you for my little sister.”
Britney turns to Ghalib and grabs his arm. “I don’t want her talking to me!” she screams. She whirls around and stares the girl deep in the eyes, her lips almost vibrating with anger. “I don’t know who you think I am, bitch,” she snarls, “but I’m not that person.”
Page Six also has a tidbit from the article. Brit got a boob job when she was just a teenager, but hated it. “She regretted the implants, particularly because her chest was still growing. And when her natural breasts became larger, she had the implants removed.” Brit has always denied that she’s had any kind of plastic surgery.
Gatecrasher also promises a juicy Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears story in the new Rolling Stone. They write: “What Justin Timberlake/Britney Spears story is too vulgar even to make it as a Gatecrasher blind item? Read the Rolling Stone cover story on Friday to find out! (Don’t eat beforehand.)” He totally felched her ass and came out with a wet raisin or she made him earn his red wings on her!
I need to know!
I’m also not sure if I’d call her an American tragedy. I think the war is an American tragedy, but that’s just me…