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Britney Spears will 'be primed to have great success' should she choose to revive her music career: expert
Big win for Britney Spears in conservatorship battle
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Now that Britney Spears' father Jamie has been suspended from his role as her conservator, fans are clamoring to know whether the pop star will release more music.
Spears, now 39, was a staple of pop music for nearly two decades before dropping out of the industry.
Her debut album dropped in 1999, and her most recent was released in late 2016, though her "Piece of Me" residency in Las Vegas extended into 2017. She was set to launch another residency in 2019 but suddenly canceled the show and has not performed live since.
A report recently surfaced that Spears isn't terribly interested in performing again even though her conservatorship seems to be taking a positive turn. But her fiancé Sam Ashgari also said he believed she would return to the stage.
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Branding expert Eric Schiffer told FOX Business that it would be a "good idea" for Spears to take to the stage again when she's "psychologically" ready, at which point, "she’ll be primed to have great success relaunching her music career because of the massive global attention this saga to find her freedom brought her."