Thursday, May 23, 2013
Now that Britney Spears has gotten her act together and ceased the bizarre behavior that made headlines every five minutes, it appears the tabloid feeding frenzy didn't get the memo that all is well. In fact, now that truth is no longer stranger than fiction, it appears the mag rags have taken to the latter for all things Britney related. Now the pop singer wants to make sure her fans know that everything is on the up and up -- so much so that she started a B.S.B.S. alert on her Web site. To get things started, she's revealing the 75 most bogus stories that were written about the ringleader of the Circus. Spears' manager Adam Leber wrote, "There were more then 13,000 stories written about Britney in 2009. We ranked the ones we believe were the most ridiculous. Either because they were factually inaccurate, because they reported the patently absurd, or because we believe they are simply offensive to the sensibilities." Coming in at number one was the rumor that Brit Brit had fallen for Indian choreographer Sandip Soparrkar, who she introduced to her parents at a New Year's Eve party. The list also includes rocker Courtney Love's claims that Britney was molested by her dad, that she faced low ticket sales and that manager/boyfriend Jason Trawick turned down her marriage proposal.