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The View’s Sunny Hostin expresses concern over Britney Spears’ ‘questionable’ behavior following her 13-year conservatorship: ‘Is she capable?’

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Sunny Hostin questioned whether Britney Spears is “capable” following the pop star’s 13-year conservatorship that came to an end in November 2021.

The TV personality, 55, who recently clashed with fellow co-host Sara Haines, mentioned the Toxic singer while discussing Wendy Williams amid her battle with dementia on Tuesday’s episode of The view.

At one point, while discussing Williams’ conservatorship, the attorney stated, “But look, remember Britney Spears: I was part of the #FreeBritney movement.”

‘I was horrified. I thought, you know, that they had taken her children away from her and that her parents were taking money from her and “Free Britney.”

However, Hostin later added, “We’ve seen a free Britney now out of the conservatorship.” Is she still suffering? Sometimes I wonder. It seems like she is still suffering.

Sunny Hostin, 55, questioned whether Britney Spears is “capable” following the pop star’s 13-year conservatorship that came to an end in November 2021.

The TV personality mentioned the Toxic singer while discussing Wendy Williams amid her battle with dementia on Tuesday's episode of The View.

The TV personality mentioned the Toxic singer while discussing Wendy Williams amid her battle with dementia on Tuesday's episode of The View.

The TV personality mentioned the Toxic singer while discussing Wendy Williams amid her battle with dementia on Tuesday’s episode of The View.

Sara Haines also intervened in the conversation and expressed: ‘Well, suffering will be inevitable. It’s about whether you are capable of making decisions for your life.’

Sunny then replied, ‘And she is capable? Because we have seen that some things have happened that are questionable.”

The star was possibly referencing videos and content shared by the singer on her Instagram account.

Earlier this month, Spears uploaded a clip of herself smoking while dancing in several risqué outfits while “trying to lose weight.”

The artist also shared nude snaps of herself, as well as a video uploaded last year in September while dancing with knives, which she later claimed were fake.

However, the video sparked concern among her fans and prompted a welfare check by police, which Britney later called a “joke.”

The conservatorship, which began in 2008 with her father Jamie Spears as co-conservator, ended in November 2021.

In her memoir The Woman In Me, which was published last year in October, Britney reflected on her days under the conservatorship and said she felt like a ‘robot child.’

At one point, while discussing Williams’ conservatorship, the attorney stated, “But remember Britney Spears: I was part of the #FreeBritney movement.”

Sunny then replied, 'And she is capable? Because we've seen some things that have happened that are questionable.'

Sunny then replied, 'And she is capable? Because we've seen some things that have happened that are questionable.'

However, Hostin later added, “We’ve seen a free Britney now out of the conservatorship.” Is she still suffering? Sometimes I wonder. It seems like she is still suffering.

Earlier this month, Spears uploaded a clip of herself smoking while dancing in multiple risqué outfits while “trying to lose weight.”

The artist also shared nude snaps of herself, as well as a video uploaded last year in September while dancing with knives, which she later claimed were fake.

The artist also shared nude snaps of herself, as well as a video uploaded last year in September while dancing with knives, which she later claimed were fake.

The artist also shared nude snaps of herself, as well as a video uploaded last year in September while dancing with knives, which she later claimed were fake.

In an extract obtained by People, Spears wrote, “I became a robot.” But not just a robot: a kind of robot-child. I had been so infantilized that I was losing parts of what made me feel like myself.’

‘The guardianship stripped me of my status as a woman and turned me into a girl. I became more of an entity than a person on stage. I had always felt music in my bones and in my blood; They stole it from me.

And she added: ‘This is what’s hard to explain, how quickly I could vacillate between being a girl and being a teenager and being a woman, because of the way my freedom had been stolen from me.’

‘There was no way to behave like an adult, as I wasn’t treated like an adult, so I would back off and act like a little girl; but then my adult self would return, only my world wouldn’t allow me to be an adult.’

Britney further expressed: ‘The woman in me was pushed down for a long time. They wanted her to be wild on stage, like they told me she was, and they wanted her to be a robot the rest of the time.

In her memoir The Woman In Me, which was published last year in October, Britney wrote about her days under the conservatorship and said she felt like a “robot child.”

In late November of last year, Sunny Hostin previously spoke about Britney Spears and her hit memoir while on The View; seen earlier this month in New York

In late November of last year, Sunny Hostin previously spoke about Britney Spears and her hit memoir while on The View; seen earlier this month in New York

In late November of last year, Sunny Hostin previously spoke about Britney Spears and her hit memoir while on The View; seen earlier this month in New York

“I felt like I was being deprived of those good secrets of life, those supposed fundamental sins of indulgence and adventure that make us human.”

Spears also wrote that they “wanted to take away that specialness and keep everything as routine as possible.” It was the death of my creativity as an artist.

In late November of last year, Sunny Hostin previously spoke about Britney Spears and her hit memoir while on The View.

The talk show host talked about the pop singer and how she was in the spotlight at a young age.

“Think about being under that kind of gaze, the media gaze, when you’re 15 years old, or [in] your 20s.’

Hostin added: “She talks about her episode with Justin Timberlake, and Lance Bass, one of her former bandmates, said, ‘I hope you can show her some grace and forgiveness and this is Britney’s story and I hope you can show her some grace funny.”‘

Britney recently took to her main Instagram on Sunday to thank Janet Jackson “for keeping my dreams and my heart alive,” which has since been deleted.

Also on Tuesday’s episode of The View, the hosts talked about Where’s Wendy Williams? documentary about her battle with dementia, which Hostin admitted was “painful to watch”; Williams seen in 2019 in New York

‘And I was thinking, I did some crazy things when I was 20, and I’m so glad there weren’t cameras around me. “I’m really glad there was no social media, because I wouldn’t be sitting here.”

Britney recently took to her main Instagram on Sunday to thank Janet Jackson “for keeping my dreams and my heart alive,” which has since been deleted.

Also on Tuesday’s episode of The View, the hosts talked about Where’s Wendy Williams? documentary amid his battle with dementia, which Hostin admitted was “painful to watch.”

He added that his family is desperate to “get closer” to the TV personality, who has been diagnosed with aphasia and frontotemporal dementia, the same condition that affects Die Hard actor Bruce Willis.

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