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Published: Dec 2, 2008
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Video Of Britney Spears: For The Record Leaked Online
by Staff


Britney Spears: For the Record, a new revealing documentary, debuted last night on MTV. Britney decided to have the documentary filmed on the eve of the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards at the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles.

The main purpose of the documentary is to set the record straight. In the shocking but honest documentary, Spears talks about how the break-up from Justin Timberlake left her lost and confused.

There were some shocking statements, but above all you are just left feeling sad after watching what seemed to be an unhappy woman try to make it through the day and try to bring out the most in her happy moments.

Britney also takes a friendly swipe at her father Jamie by mocking his gestures and actions in front of a group of pals.

In the footage, the star makes fun of her dad's phone manner and his behaviour when he gets stressed with her.

Performing in front of pals, Spears puts on a strong Louisiana accent, saying, "Britney, now get your ass in here, you sit your ass down!"

Madonna also makes a special appearance on the documentary when the two do a surprise appearance together. Madonna tells us that she feels maternal toward Britney, and she sees in Britney what she saw in herself in the beginning of her career.

If you missed Britney Spears' documentary on TV, check these places to try and watch it online:

First head over to MTVs Britney Spears For the Record page — they’re good about putting up full episodes of some stuff.

Then check MTVs video page.

If no dice, check this Google Video search for "Britney Spears: For the Record" videos, which is where we got the clip below.




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