- Lance Bass supports Britney Spears’ candidacy to end her conservatism but admits he hasn’t seen her in a long time since they were “separated.”
The 42-year-old singer is “definitely” a supporter of the “poisonous” singer’s candidacy to uproot her conservatism as if it’s been a long time since she’s seen her old friend, she believes that the 39-year-old pop star is “well enough” to find a solution of her own.
On Heather Dubrow World’s podcast, Lance says, “I haven’t spoken to her in years. We lived away from each other for a long time. “I don’t know exactly what he needs, but I do know that for me – [from] what I’ve seen – he’s smart enough to pick his people.”
The circus hitmaker denounced his conservatism as “abuse” and was excited to see his father, Jamie Spears, removed from his position in charge of his home, which Lance strongly supports. He said, “I think he should be away from his father. He must choose his people to run this conservatory if he needs them, especially if he chooses his lawyers. “
The “Bye Bye Bye” singer is deeply concerned about the broader issues that Britney’s conservatism has continued to rise since 2008. He added, “There’s a bigger picture here for me… The main thing that worries me is this court and these judges. If that’s true, we should see these judges. Because that means they’re corrupt. .”
Lance* NSync partner Justin Timberlake – who dated Gimme More from 1999 to 2002 – previously shared his support for ending Britney’s conservatism. In a series of tweets after she appeared in court last month, she wrote, “From what we saw today, we should all support Britney now.
Regardless of our past, good and evil, and no matter how long ago… what happened to him was wrong. No woman should be prevented from making decisions about her own body. “No one should NEVER be detained on their will… or ever seek permission to access anything they have worked so hard for. (Si)”
Justin also shared the support of his wife, Jessica Biel, and the couple hopes the court and Britney’s family will “let her live the way she wants.” He tweeted, “Jess and I send our absolute love and support to Britney during this time. We hope the courts and their families do the right thing and let them live the way they want.”