Britney Spears Chatty Man
Slayed by the Britney Jean promo thus far (minus “desert-gate”).

We got that cute Extra appearance, several radio chit-chats (including the now infamous and iconic “STOP MAKING ME SEXY!Boston interview), and now Britney’s gone and done Chatty Man.

Queen Alan Carr had to carry the whole thing, but he’s so good that he covered up any potential awkwardness. Godney occasionally came off like a shy teenager being interviewed on TV for the first time, but she was still adorable.

To finish off, The Holy Spearit took part in a hilarious skit in which she whipped all of Carr’s staff and told them to “WORK BITCH!

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Britney also called her new album “fun” and said most of the songs are about celebrating and having a good time, but that there’s also some breakup songs, too.

To be honest, I think I would rather a Britney reality show than a Britney album at this point. Despite having officially killed the lights back in 2008, the world (and by “world” I mean “me”) still wants more Realney revealing every intimate detail of her personal life to millions of people on TV.

First there was Chaotic, then there was For The Record. Now it’s about time for Britney Jean: Unhinged & Uncut.

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  • Lin Misfits

    Best part was definitely the whipping. Plus, kudos to Alan Carr, he definitely carried the interview and covered the awkwardness. That’s how you know you have a good interviewer/ host in my opinion.

    Britney seems to be doing great, which is putting a smile on my face.
    Also, I agree again. I want another Britney documentary. Unlike Beyawnce, her documentaries/ television specials are real and raw insights into her life. Whether it’s how she interacts with her family, work or personal life, you know they’re not sugar coating anything.

    But, what I want most is an episode on her Las Vegas residency, like what she did with ITZ and her performing in a club (her best dancing by far). Besides her performing, also talk about what each songs mean and an update on her life etc.

    Yes please!

    • Alan Carr is SO good. I think he deserves to go global. He and Wendy Williams have the two best talk shows around. They’re the funniest and most real and really know how to carry a whole show. They’re also quite edgy as far as talk shows go. Stuff like Ellen and Bethany etc is too bland and safe and vapid.

      Wendy and Alan <3

      • Lin Misfits

        Yes! I love Wendy! What I love about Wendy is that she isn’t afraid to ask tough questions, and she doesn’t judge you for them.
        Watching Wendy’s “Hot Topic” daily on Youtube are one of the highlights of my days.

        Also, kudos to Larry Rudolph. He definitely set Britney up with Alan knowing he won’t make it awkward and it’ll be easier for Britney to relax on his show.

      • T.

        I love me some alan, wendy, graham, etc, but THIS little interview she did for capitalFM is where she REALLY appears to be a normal celebrity. so loose, so ~jolly, so fresh, so ALIVE. I miss this britney. ;~

    • Allen Alexander

      What was her best dancing?

    • Bobby

      As boring/unrevealing Beyoncé’s documentary was I’d love for you to explain how anything shown wasn’t real or raw. It showed a true depiction of her. Haters really just try it with B. They hate her so much yet shes always on their mind.

      • Dude Beyonce’s documentary was the worst and fakest of them all. It was basically a propaganda film used to sell a certain image of her. That’s one reason why a lot of people (like me) can’t stand her because she’s so insincere and calculated. There was nothing real or raw about it.

        • LizzyG

          No realness at all. I’m a B fan and I didn’t appreciate that documentary, I’m sure there’s an actual script for that somewhere. I don’t feel like I know her any better than I did before I saw it.

      • Lin Misfits

        Exactly. Her whole image is fake, manufactured and filled with propaganda. It’s people like you who eat her up and believe she’s a divine celestial being.

        I admit she puts a great performance, can sing, looks amazing and has good music from time to time. But her as a person…no.

        • LizzyG

          I would have disagreed with this at one time but after that documentary I was turned off, it was really fake. She seems more unrelatable and more untouchable now than ever.

        • Bobby

          Britney Spears is the definition of fake and manufactured. As for Beyonce… don’t know her as a person…..not even her fans do

  • KingBeaArthur

    The “Work Bitch” skit was everything! She was so adorable! I love Alan. He easily carried that interview, but Britney’s timidness worked to her advantage.

    And YES to a documentary or reality show!! It’s longtime overdue.

  • To me she just seems completely uncomfortable whenever they bring up ‘Work Bitch’ or anything sexual…. Still fearing for her Vegas gigs tbh

  • Without the fabulous Alan this would be nothing! Brit still looks, talks like a teenager which saddens me!

  • Riley Biers

    Oh my God she has the mental capacity of a fucking 13 year old. No wonder they don’t let her to interviews. I love how everyone’s praising her for being conscious and semi aware of her surroundings. Sad

    • Allen Alexander

      Rude. :(

      • Riley Biers

        Sorry but people insist on treating her like some special-ed student every time she manages to string words together into a sentence.. But she’s over 30. And sadly I am realizing that she’s just not very bright, and there was never a ‘deeper’ side of Britney a la Original Doll. Just a 13 year old girl stuck in a woman’s body.

        • I do think there is a deeper side there, as evident by “Someday (I Will Understand)” which she wrote completely solo and co-composed, but I don’t think she ever really got the chance to develop that side of herself. That’s why she’s emotionally stunted, and it’s why she broke down. She had been repressed and controlled for so long that when she finally got some freedom she ended up going overboard and eventually suffering a mental breakdown. Then instead of her team helping her to further develop as an adult, they put her under lock and key and went back to treating her like a child. It’s really quite sad. It’s not like she’s that old or anything yet, it’s not too late for her to work on herself, but with her conservatorship and all that’s obviously never going to happen.

          • Lin Misfits

            Agreed. It’s not too late though, as long as there are no paparazzi’s around and she can take care of her child, she’ll be fine and be able to develop.

          • Internet Deviant

            And let’s not forget the broken woman that we saw on For the Record five years ago. That’s right, folks, I said “woman”… not “13-year old girl.” I don’t know if it’s the meds or if Britney simply gave up and let her team take over or a combination of both but Britney HAS demonstrated a capability to create completely coherent mature statements in the past. Unless you’re willing to believe Larry and Jamie somehow managed to completely brainwash Ms. Spears, it’s perfectly believable that that woman is still in there, just being heavily repressed since 2008. In other words, she really is not a girl, not yet a woman.

          • Ru’Lap

            Right. It’s pretty obvious that /something/ happened during the time between Circus and Femme Fatale. I mean, yeah, there was still moments of instability during the former, but she was a completely different, almost shell shocked, person during the later.

        • Akie_Of_Winterfell

          Let your mom go through half of what Britney had been through and let see if she still recognize you as her child.

    • FreakyFlyBri

      Did you just not get enough hugs as a child? Because you come off as awfully bitter in a lot of your comments.

  • FreakyFlyBri

    Awww, that was really cute. You could tell there were points where she really wasn’t sure how to take him but like everybody said he kept it flowing pretty well and I think she had a good time.

    And the whipping part was adorable, especially how she kept saying “Work, Bitch!” Lol she seems to have a really hard time saying that out loud, it was cute to hear her voice kind of catch when she would say it.

  • fareed_

    Britney looks great! I smile all the way watching it from start to end. Whip Bitch!

  • Akie_Of_Winterfell

    Praying for Ellen for some fun interview. And if there is ever going to be some in-depth interview (which I doubt will ever be), hope her team will let her do Oprah. She always know the right questions to ask.

  • Johnnyyy

    I had the feeling she didn’t understand him at some point and just started smiling when the audience cheered..
    anyways, amazing interview! I love how polite and nice she is, she wouldn’t even say Bitch – “the word”. Britney is still more adorable, polite and sweet than any of your faves. That’s what i call good manners!
    I hope we’ll get to see more (uncut) videos and more Britney-realness

  • ksenofont

    No matter how big fan you are, there is no other words to describe her mental state other than ILL. She is not fine. This is so uncomfortable to watch. It hurts. No hate, just honest opinion. There is nothing entertaining, just … NO!

  • iAmAwesome

    Can she just stay in London she’s been so fucking CUTE!!!!

  • T.

    OMFG! I want a WorkBitchWhipDoll™ by Mattel ® ASAP!!!! O____O

  • Bobs

    She is terrified! Can’t speak her mind. Puppet on a string. Very sad

  • LizzyG

    When you say the world meaning you, can you count me in! I’d like a reality show too. I’d like to know what’s really going on there. I love to watch For the Record, it was great insight into that time of her life. Chaotic was a little… dumb, or maybe I just hate Federdumb.