On Sunday, November 30, the world will have a much better sense of what it's like to be Britney Spears: That's when "For the Record," a 90-minute documentary about the singer's return to the spotlight, produced by Britney in partnership with MTV, airs.
In three new promos for the show, the singer talks a bit about how the life she lives is normal for her, despite how crazy it may look to people on the outside. "Do I know my life is weird?" she asks. "It's all I've ever known."
The documentary shows the singer's life through her eyes — a mix of paparazzi flashes, dance rehearsals and photo shoots as she gears up to promote her new album, Circus, which comes out on December 2. In a second promo spot, she laughs, saying, "Complaining is not my style."
In the third promo, the longest of the three, Spears says, "There's a lot people don't know about me that I want them to know. ... I've been through a lot in the last two or three years. I've grown up, big time."
One notable moment comes when Spears points out that no one is ever ready to live their life constantly in the spotlight. "I don't think anyone can prepare themselves for what stardom brings," she says.
In a previously released promo for the special, the singer candidly admitted to not fully understanding how her life publicly spiraled out of control over the last few years. "I've been through a lot, and there's a lot people don't know," she said. "Sometimes it can get lonely 'cause you don't open the gate. I'm stuck in this place, and I just cope every day."
She added, "I sit there and I look back," before asking rhetorically: "I'm a smart person, what the hell was I thinking?"
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