40 episodes

What does it mean to be famous? What about Britney Spears famous? Do you find yourself comparing each moment of your own life to each moment of Britney’s life? Because even if you’ve never shaved your own head while the paparazzi watched from the barbershop window, we’ve all been there. Join writer and actress Jen Zaborowski as she sits down with guests to break down Britney’s life and works all while trying to figure out why Jen’s so obsessed with Britney Spears. Sometimes we just NEED to talk about Britney!

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What does it mean to be famous? What about Britney Spears famous? Do you find yourself comparing each moment of your own life to each moment of Britney’s life? Because even if you’ve never shaved your own head while the paparazzi watched from the barbershop window, we’ve all been there. Join writer and actress Jen Zaborowski as she sits down with guests to break down Britney’s life and works all while trying to figure out why Jen’s so obsessed with Britney Spears. Sometimes we just NEED to talk about Britney!

    Britney’s Smokey Eye with Jared Lipscomb

    Britney’s Smokey Eye with Jared Lipscomb

    No pop star has been more committed to a smokey eye than Britney Spears. Whether heading out for a date night or jumping on the back of a jet ski, Britney never forgets to line her eyes. Jen sits down with celebrity makeup artist, Jared Lipscomb to talk Britney’s glam, how it was Britney’s 2007 struggles that took him from fan to stan and what it’s like to paint the faces of the women of Vanderpump Rules. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Sneakers and Bikinis with Heather McMahan

    Sneakers and Bikinis with Heather McMahan

    Jen and comedian, Heather McMahan agree, it’s a weird time to be a Britney Spears fan. We love Britney’s Instagram posts, but we wonder, is baby girl alright? We fully support her decision to cancel her Vegas show, yet we yearn for the days when Britney was giving us head rolls and high kicks from her Dream Within a Dream era. What’s a 2020 Britney fan to do? Jen and Heather decide to get clear, set intentions and offer realistic solutions for Ms. Spears. Are you there Britney? It’s Jen and Heather. We got you. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 51 min
    Britney’s Hair with Theodore Leaf

    Britney’s Hair with Theodore Leaf

    To ascertain where a woman is in her emotional life, one might start by taking a closer look at her hair. Celebrity Hair Stylist turned Lifestyle Expert, Theodore Leaf does just that in this week’s episode of We Need to Talk About Britney. From lioness locks, to blunt bobs, piecey extensions and her infamous shaved head moment, Theodore walks us through a detailed and chronological look at Britney’s hair journey. And oh what a journey its been.    For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1 hr 29 min
    Lyn Thurman

    Lyn Thurman

    We all have an inner spirit yearning to take center stage. This week, Jen goes international and brings in the author of one of Britney’s latest reads to help us all release our inner goddess! Lyn Thurman (The Inner Goddess Revolution) joins Jen in the studio to enchant us all. How did her book end up in the hands of one of the world’s biggest pop stars? Was it the universe answering Britney’s call? Let the witching hour commence! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 44 min
    Anticipating with Jessica Hartz

    Anticipating with Jessica Hartz

    Live from New York, it's The Zaborowski Sisters! Jen is joined by her one and only big sister, Jessica Hartz to touch upon Britney's 2001 bop, Anticipating. The sisters cover a lot of ground and they do it all in robes from the Pierre Hotel. From Britney and Jamie Lynn to Jessica's favorite show, Red Table Talk, The Zaborowski Sisters dish in the only way sisters can - quickly and with a whole lotta laughs.  For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Someday (I Will Understand) with Julianna Guill

    Someday (I Will Understand) with Julianna Guill

    Self care, self care, self care. We all need it and deserve it. This week, Jen and actress, Julianna Guill (The Resident, Girlfriend’s Guide to Divorce) offer a vulnerable and intimate look into pregnancy, postpartum anxiety and Britney’s only solo written record, Someday (I Will Understand). For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

e_graceho ,

Truly my fave!

I love this podcast. I have learned so much listening it and so appreciate Jen’s approach — not bogging the episode down with research, just having interesting and interesting and entertaining conversations about Britney! Jeffrey needs more air time though!

Ghost of Rex ,

Entertaining and Insightful

Borrowed my husband's iTunes account to download this show. Was originally attracted by the cover design and intriguing title...but man oh man I'm so glad I started listening! I was a "rock kid" in high school and only noticed Britney from her 3rd album on, but I've loved many singles. This has made me want to go back and purchase lots of her music (Jen, you're making Britney money, baby!!!). Also for anyone in that magic thirties age bracket, you will find so much to make you think about people you knew growing up, and yourself...like music video "VJs." Love it. Jen's passion is infectious and her guests are so interesting...I especially loved the one where she interviewed a 20 year old about her Britney impressions. So fascinating to experience all this through new eyes. It's given me so much to think about, and I can't stop binging the shows!!!

sebmac2001 ,

Good, but could be better.

Really like the host, she’s entertaining and charismatic. However, as much as I like the show, I feel it could be a lot better. I think the show should focus more on Britney. The guests often don’t know a lot about Britney, and because of that Jen often repeats stories and experiences in different episodes, it begins to feel repetitive.

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