Britney Spears’ Manager Larry Rudolph Clears Up Statement About The Singer’s Onstage Future

Laavanya Hien |May 18, 2019

Larry Rudolph clears up about Britney might not perform on the stage in the upcoming time and possibly, her onstage performance never comes again.

According to Larry Rudolph, Britney Spears’ manager, the Crazy singer might not perform on the stage in the upcoming time, and possibly, her onstage performance never comes again.

Larry Rudolph and Britney Spears

After TMZ published a story about Larry Rudolph's statement on Britney Spears's onstage future, the 55-year-old manager tries to explain his comments.

Billboard disclosed that it was not the thing he intended to comment though he might have seemed to imply that the 37-year-old star will never hit the stage again. He said that he only talked about Britney hasn’t contacted him for months to discuss anything, and her Vegas concert residency is currently officially off; hence, he was unsure of whether or not she will go back to work. And, that’s simply what he said.

Larry Rudolph and Britney Spears

Harry Rudolph earlier told TMZ that it’s evident to him that Britney Spears shouldn’t be coming back to perform on her concert residency Domination until she’s passionately, physically, and mentally ready.

The second Las Vegas residency of the American singer was slated to premiere on February 13th and performed at Park Theater located in Park MGM. Nevertheless, it was announced by the All New Mickey Mouse Club alum in January that Britney was putting a hold on her forthcoming Domination’ Vegas residency on account of her dad Jamie Spears’ illness.


In one statement, the pop star unveiled:


But three months after that, Britney Spears has reportedly checked herself into the psychiatric facility after suffering from plenty of emotional stress and pressure, several sources revealed to Us Weekly. Moreover, before checking out of her worrying mental health issues, the singer had a-month treatment in one wellness center where physical, spiritual, and mental well-being is given priority.


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