BRITNEY SPEARS’ CONSERVATORSHIP COST HER MORE THAN $1 MILLION IN LEGAL FEES LAST YEAR: Britney Spears’ spending habits have been revealed in new court documents related to her ongoing conservatorship. In court documents, it’s revealed that the singer paid her team of advisors and attorneys a combined $1,202,504.30 in 2019. Her father, Jamie Spears, earned $128,000 for his role as conservator. He temporarily stepped down from that role in September 2019 citing “personal health reasons.” In his absence, he requested Britney’s care manager, Jodi Montgomery, fill in for him as conservator until January 2020. According to the documents, the Britney also received an undisclosed weekly allowance to spend at her discretion. Her stores of choice include Anthropologie, Walmart, Amazon and Target, to name a few. Among the other expenses listed in the documents is $91,242.01 on travel to locations like Turks and Caicos and Miami. In addition, Britney spent nearly $1 million on residential expenses.
NICK JONAS AND PRIYANKA CHOPRA RESCUE HUSKY MIX PUPPY: Nick Jonas and wife Priyanka Chopra have showed off their latest four-legged addition – Panda the puppy. “Welcome to the family Panda,” Jonas shared and posted his updated family photo along with a closeup shot of their new pet. “Panda is a Husky Australian Shepard mix rescue and we’re already in love.” Nick also shouted out the organization where he adopted Panda from, Hollywood Huskies. The nonprofit takes in husky and husky mixes from the SoCal area that suffer from neglect, abuse or were placed in high-kill shelters. The pup is the couple’s third dog and joins the tiny mixed breed Diana and Gino the German shepherd.
SHERYL CROW RELEASES VIDEO FOR ‘WOMAN IN THE WHITE HOUSE’: Sheryl Crow has posted a video for the recording of her 2012 song, “Woman In The White House.” As Joe Biden winds down his pick for a female Vice Presidential candidate, Crow’s new video “features footage from the women’s suffrage movement interspersed with scenes from the current political climate – from Black Lives Matter protests to Greta Thunberg.” The track will be available as a 45 rpm single pressed as a limited run of 500 copies with a B-side still to be announced. The single will be bundled with a red, white, and blue tie-dye t-shirt. A portion of the proceeds will go to She Should Run, a nonprofit organization that provides women who are curious about public office with a starting place to explore their options.