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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!

We Need to Talk About Britney Earios

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    • 4.4, 226 Ratings

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!

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
226 Ratings

226 Ratings

paulypaulfan ,

Loved this but wanted to love it more

This is not a place for stans but sometimes we all need to talk about Britney

HootySapperticker ,

Love You

This is a wonderful podcast, compelling and compassionate. Nikki talked a brilliant blue streak and was totally forthcoming and spilled some tea, but so empathetic and respectful. You both have given me an understanding of that bizarre, wonderful/terrible experience that must have been. We all have each other in common, the true spirit of the Mickey Mouse Club. Thank you!

Kelsey_A ,

Can we ACTUALLY talk about Britney, though?

It’s appropriate that this podcast is titled “We need to talk about Britney, because the host can’t seem to stay on track and actually talk about Britney. She seems to be more interesting in sharing her life stories with her guests, who politely nod along.
The host seems to forget that she’s creating something on an audio platform because she’ll show her guests videos and photos, while the audience is left to feel like they’re listening into a private conversation.
I gave this podcast a chance because I really wanted to like it. I got to the Blackout episode, but I ended up getting so frustrated with the self-indulgent rabbit trails that I had to stop halfway.

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