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Andy Cohen delivered an emotional speech supporting Britney Spears following her bombshell testimony during her conservatorship hearing on Wednesday.
The “Watch What Happens Live” host called for the court to #FreeBritney and slammed her father, Jamie Spears, for his alleged abusive control over his daughter’s life.
“Tonight’s Jackhole goes to Britney Spears’ father, Jamie Spears, who continues to have a death grip on Britney’s life, along with his attorney Andrew Wallet—yes, that is his name,” Cohen began his monologue.
Describing Spears, 39, as “defiant and angry,” Cohen praised the “Toxic” singer for speaking her truth about wanting to get married and have a baby—all while her conservators won’t allow her to remove an IUD in her body.
The Bravolebrity recapped Spears claiming members of her family should “be in jail” and how they allegedly forced her to tour in 2018 and changed up her medication without warning. Cohen, 53, ended his impassioned speech by calling for viewers and fans to listen to the “Sometimes” songstress—and, of course, employed some of her most famous lyrics while doing so.
“How about we all start listening to Britney Spears? Britney Spears is not a girl, she is a woman,” he said. “She certainly deserves a hell of a lot more than a low-rent ‘Mommy Dearest’ in a boxy suit.
“Britney, after the courage you showed today, you are 100 percent stronger than yesterday, and Jamie, if you want to make money in the future, I suggest you better work, bitch.”
Cohen concluded his segment by having the audience chant “#FreeBritney.”
During the emotional hearing, Spears revealed she’s been crying “every day” and said the controlling arrangement does “way more harm than good.”
“I’m tired of feeling alone. I deserve to have the same rights as anybody does by having a child, a family, any of those things, and more so,” Spears said.
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