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Britney Spears Collaborates with Backstreet Boys in "Matches"


Fri 11 Dec 2020 | 03:38 PM
Yara Sameh

US pop singer Britney Spears and the Backstreet Boys had collaborated in a new song titled “Matches”.

On Thursday, Spears dropped her newest single “Matches” on YouTube. She also re-released an updated version of her album "Glory", which she originally released in 2016.

“‘Matches’ 🔥 featuring my friends @backstreetboys is out now !!!! I’m so excited to hear what you think about our song together 🙊 !!!! You can also listen to Glory Deluxe everywhere now !!!!” Spears tweeted.

The track comes two weeks after the pop singer dropped an unreleased song “Swimming In The Stars” on her 39th birthday.

Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys join up to spark 'Matches' in new song

Last month, Spears lawyer, Samuel D Ingham III, stated that she is scared of her father and will not resume her singing career while he has power over it.

Ingham III was requesting that Spears’ father Jamie be suspended from his role in the court conservatorship that has controlled Britney’s life and career for 12 years.

“My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father. She will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career.” the lawyer told Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny.

However, the judge refused to suspend Jamie’s role but added that she would consider future petitions for his suspensions or removal.

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What is a conservatorship and Why Does Britney Spears in One?

A conservatorship is when a guardian or protector is appointed by a court to manage the life of someone due to physical or mental limitations.

In 2008, Spears was put under her father’s care amid struggles with her mental health, however, she has consistently fought back against the order.

Jamie co-conservator with lawyer Andrew M. Wallet for the first 11 years of the conservatorship, but resigned in 2019, giving Jamie sole control over her life— a situation she does not want to see repeated.

In 2018, the largest expense of Britney’s estate was her legal and conservator fees, which, in total, equaled over $1.1 million for that year.

The court granted Jamie to be paid around $130,000 annually by his daughter’s estate for his role as a conservator.

In August, Spears started to choose who will oversee her life and money once again – and has taken her fight to court.

The singer strongly objected to her father returning as her conservator and wants to make her approved replacement, Jodi Montgomery, take on the role permanently.

In September, she even asked that a corporate fiduciary, the Bessemer Trust, becomes a conservator of her finances instead of her father.

Kevin Federline, her ex-husband, has custody of her teenage sons, with Spears premised to visit frequently.