Britney Ever After First Look: Lifetime Trailer Is a Hair-Razing Experience

Still not sure this is gonna, er, work, b**ch.

The trailer for Britney Ever After that Lifetime dropped on Monday makes it clear that the biopic will follow the pop superstar from the top of the charts to the depths of despair — and back. But what’s likeliest to stick with you after viewing the promo is its glimpse of the TV movie’s reenactment of the singer’s infamous 2007 head-shaving incident.

Even if you didn’t feel for her then, you kinda have to when you see Natasha Bassett (Camp) replaying Spears’ “rock-bottom” moment. Britney, premiering Saturday, Feb. 18, at 8/7c, also stars Clayton Chitty (Power Rangers) as Kevin Federline and Nathan Keyes (Cleaners) as Justin Timberlake.

Press PLAY above to check out the trailer, then hit the comments. Does it make you wanna say “Gimme more” or “Leave Britney alone!” Hit the comments.

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5 Comments
  1. sunshine says:

    Nope. Don’t have to feel sorry for her druggie years. Such an old boring storyline, poor little famous kid can’t take the success and turns to self destruction. This show should emphasize her redemption back to decency, now there’s a good storyline. Good for her.

  2. Iris says:

    I’m going to feel for the poor girl who has a fragile psyche, who was pushed under the spotlight by momager/popager at the sake of her mental well-being, who broke down because of media pressure and who’s going to endure a romanced and probably untrue version of her life and intimacy and hitting rockbottom moment broadcast for all to see.