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Documentary delves into the legal wrangling and bitter disagreement between the star and her conservator father
The singer may be slowly finding her freedom — but is the world really getting kinder to women in the public eye?
The pop star’s nightmarish story underscores that US guardianship rules are unfit for purpose
A gripping examination of the pop star’s career comes to Sky Documentaries
‘Framing Britney Spears’ offers an eye-opening take on celebrity and misogyny
The singer’s show was fast, slick and impersonal
Miles Davis’s version was one of the first successful jazz covers of a new-wave pop song
The latest episode re-examines Britney Spears’ public meltdown
The song took years to surface but, when it did, it was a monster
The Rolling Stones song is a rejection of the white heat of consumerism
The album features a medley of sharply produced beats through which the singer’s vocals flow with clever digital processing
The Britney Spears hit co-written by three Swedes has been deconstructed and used in a play about a post-apocalyptic future
A strong performance underlined Grande’s accomplished move from child stardom to the next stage
An over-preponderance of ballads makes good on the singer’s promise, or threat, to deliver her most ‘personal’ record yet
Brands are turning to stars with big social media followings to promote their wares
The queen of pop’s latest album opens in unrestrained dance-pop mode
Personable vocals and upbeat tunes from a temperate summer album
Celebrity perfumes are among the bestsellers but how do they rate as fragrances?
Lady Gaga harnessed power of social media