Britney pictured above celebrating her 25th birthday at restaurant Mr. Chow on December 2nd. (in case you’re interested she was wearing underwear). Her new website is finally up and she has posted a message answering critics, acknowledging that maybe she partied a little much, and even had a sense of humor saying “Thank god for Victoria Secret’s new underwear line.” I am still confident that she will make a come back. She should be able to go out and have fun. She certainly has the means to have full time child care, but she should definitely scale back, and it seems, from her message defending her actions, that she doesn’t intend for this partying lifestyle to be the norm, but alluded to the fact that she just needed to let loose after 2 years of having Fed-Ex suck all the money & life out of her. šŸ™‚ I am Britney’s age (welll i am not 25 YET!), so I can defintely see how she wants to go out. She just needs to strike a balance between her 2 children and having fun–not unlike all young mothers!!! Anyway, I am looking forward to the new year, the new Britney, and new music!!! YAY! Go Britney! Love her!

Read her entire message below:

“It’s been so long since I’ve been out on the town with friends. It’s also been 2 years since I’ve even celebrated my birthday. Every move I make at this point has been magnified more than I expected, and I probably did take my new found freedom a little too far. Anyway, thank God for Victoria Secrets’ new underwear line! I look forward to a new year, new music and a new me. I’m just getting started…Happy Holidays everyone! Britney”

source: britneyspears.com

2 Comments on BRITNEY Responds to her Post Divorce Critics…

  1. Madeline
    December 8, 2006 at 5:59 am (11 years ago)

    I dunno. I’m very conflicted about it. I totally get being young and wanting to go out. I’m 26 years old and have two babies. BUT she just had a baby. Her baby is younger than mine! For me it’s too soon to be leaving the infant behind so often and for so long. Babies at that age need a LOT from their mommas especially if dad’s a deadbeat. I get being young and having fun but she did decide to bring someone into this world and that someone needs her very much for the first few months of his life THEN she can party a bit more. And posting this just made me feel incredibly old, boring, dull, and pathetic. Yay.

  2. platinum blonde
    December 8, 2006 at 4:18 pm (11 years ago)

    you’re absolutely right. but with her career she isn’t an average young parent, and the baby was born in september. she wasn’t photographed at all until she announced her pending divorce, so one can only assume she did give her baby a ton of attention. She hasn’t released an album in forever…she has been with her kids. if she is spotted out on the town you have to keep in mind that she has the means for 24/7 child care. am i arguing that she is the poster child for responsible parenting? no! i am simply saying that she crossed the line when she was letting off some steam & more importantly she acknowledged the fact that she crossed the line. Now, she needs to strike a balance between being a parent and a pop star. So many people have been able to do it sucessfully (ahem Madonna) now she just needs to take a glance at their playbook, distance herself from lindsay & paris, and stop the every night partying business. You’re right, I’m not a parent, but if I was I wouldn’t make the same choices as her. Hell, I don’t like leaving my dog for more than a hour, I can’t imagine leaving my 3 month old & 1 year old home with a nanny night after night. There is a key difference…this scenario would never happen because a) i can’t afford a nanny b) i’m not a popstar. I get the argument that when you’re a parent you never want to be without your kids, but just because you are photographed out at night doesn’t mean you aren’t spending quality time with your children. we don’t know what is going on in her home. I get your point, and I am not arguing it and I don’t think Britney is arguing it either, but these are just things to think about when you’re comparing apples to oranges.