BritneySpears.com: No longer disseminating personal info
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It’s really not nice to harp on somebody’s goals. It really takes a lot of effort to roll out of bed each afternoon, drink 750mL of Evian and wholeheartedly decide not to post something titillating to your fans and obnoxious to gossipists, who are required by Gossipist Code of Conduct Rule No. 48, Section 9A, to report on your day-to-day.
Yet Britney Spears has made our St. Patrick’s Month wish come true, promising she will no longer use her website to prove to the media she has all the formal education she needs. It all comes from an article in April’s Allure (yes, the magazine still exists) that Brit says is too much about her personal life and not enough about her music.
Perhaps if she didn’t tell the reporter so much about her personal biznass and gave her audience enough incentive to, uhm, enjoy her music, this wouldn’t be an issue. Though we believe Britney about as much as we believe Lloyd Grove will forever ban Paris Hilton from his column.