Biography of Britney Spears + family photo and her children

Biography of Britney Spears: (born 1981). American singer Britney Spears helped spark the teen-pop phenomenon in the late 1990s and later endured intense public scrutiny for her tumultuous personal life.

Biography of Britney Spears


Britney Jean Spears was born on December 2, 1981, in McComb, Mississippi. She grew up in Kentwood, Louisiana. She began singing and dancing at age two and was soon competing in talent shows.

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Britney Spears family photo

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1. She started out as a dancer and a gymnast.

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Biography of Britney Spears: Though she’s best known for her pop career, the “Everytime” singer also has a background in gymnastics and dance. She honed her skills from an early age, performing in local talent competitions and recitals.

In 1999, she told Variety that she traveled an hour to take dance lessons as a kid and studied at the Off-Broadway Dance Center in New York City — which helped prepare her for touring the globe as a teen idol.

In recent years, she’s shown off her gymnastic skills both onstage and on social media, posting Instagram videos of her intense workouts and gravity-defying routines.

2. She made her singing debut when she was 5 years old.

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Biography of Britney Spears: In 1999, Spears told Rolling Stone that she started singing into a hairbrush at just 2 years old, but she made her real debut singing “What Child Is This” at her kindergarten graduation.

She went on to win her first talent show when she was 6.

“I found out what I’m supposed to do at an early age,” she told the publication.

3. At 17, she said she saw herself having children within four years.

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Britney Spears and her sons

Biography of Britney Spears: She might have been on her way to pop superstardom, but even at 17, Spears always knew she wanted to start a family.

“I’m really happy with what I’m doing right now, but four years from now, I definitely want to have a family and children and settle down,” she told Variety in 1999.

She had her first child, Sean Preston Federline, at 23.

4.She auditioned for “The Notebook” with fellow “Mickey Mouse Club” alum Ryan Gosling.

Ryan Gosling ultimately starred alongside Rachel McAdams in the film adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’ tragic love story, but according to Entertainment Tonight, Spears auditioned to play Allie.

5. She called her reality-TV stint “the worst thing” she’s ever done in her career.

Biography of Britney Spears: Some fans might not remember that Spears had her own reality show with then-husband Kevin Federline in 2005.

“Britney and Kevin: Chaotic” was short-lived, but the pop icon doesn’t seem to have fond memories of the UPN docuseries.

“I would never do something like that again,” she told The Telegraph in 2013. “Actually, that was really bad. That was probably the worst thing I’ve done in my career.”

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6. Spears has amassed a billion-dollar perfume empire.

Biography of Britney Spears: The singer has found success in the perfume industry, creating a billion-dollar business featuring over 20 fragrances since the release of her first perfume, Curious, in 2004.

A Revlon rep told InStyle magazine in 2018 that her fragrant concoctions have made more than $1 billion in sales.

7. Spears reportedly has an entire lost album that was never released.

In a 2004 radio interview on KIIS-FM, Spears said she was halfway done with a new album, which she called “Original Doll.”

According to BuzzFeed, during the interview, she played a snippet from a new song, “Mona Lisa,” but it was never released, and the album never materialized.

8. One of her biggest hits was inspired by a fellow pop star.

Biography of Britney Spears: “Hold It Against Me” kicked off the singer’s “Femme Fatale” era in 2011, and songwriter Bonnie McKee said that the sensual, steamy lyrics were inspired by Perry.

In 2017, a fan asked McKee about the song on Twitter, and she replied by writing, “The inspiration for [Britney Spears]’s song ‘Hold it Against Me’ was [Katy Perry]’s babely bod. True story.


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