Jamie Lynn Spears broke down with emotion while discussing her ‘complicated’ relationship with megastar sister Britney on Good Morning America.
In a preview of the Sweet Magnolias star’s much-awaited TV interview, which airs on Wednesday, the 30-year-old actress can be seen in tears as she talks about their estrangement.
‘I love my sister,’ Jamie Lynn tells news anchor Juju Chang, 56, who replied: ‘But things have gotten complicated.’
To be real: Jamie Lynn Spears overcomes emotions while discussing her ‘complicated’ relationship with sister Britney with JuJu Chang on Good Morning America
Feeling defeated, the mother-in-law of two, who lives in Louisiana with her husband, Jamie Watson, confessed: ‘I think so.’
Chang directly asked the Zoey 101 alum what caused the ‘rift’ between them and what she regrets not saying, alluding to her new memoir Things I’ve Said.
Originally, Jamie Lynn titled Britney’s 1998 hit Baby One More Time in her 240-page book I Must Confess: Family, Fame, and Figuring It Out Referencing Lyrics.
In the preview of the much-awaited TV interview of the Sweet Magnolias star, which airs on Wednesday, the 30-year-old actress can be seen in tears as she talks about her estrangement; Jamie Lynn as pictured with sister Britney Spears in 2017
‘I love my sister,’ said Jamie Lin, 56, to news anchor Juju Chang, who replied: ‘But things have gotten complicated’
However, after much backlash from Britney’s army of devoted fans, Jamie Lynn changed it.
The Toxic singer publicly criticized her family for not supporting her during her 13-year conservatism, which ended on November 12, which also included Jamie Lynn, whom she called “Mean a**” back in July. Told not to be more supportive and stood up for his father, Jamie Sears, 69.
‘Not only my family talked about Godda**, my father [Jamie] Everything was there for it. Spears said that whatever happened to me had to be approved by my father.
Critical interview: Chang asks the Zoey 101 alum directly what caused the ‘rift’ between them and what he regrets not saying, alluding to his new memoir Things I’ve Said
Not well received: Originally, Jamie Lynn titled her 240-page book I Must Confess: Family, Fame, and Figuring It Out to songs referenced in Britney’s 1998 hit Baby One More Time.
The Complicated: Toxic star publicly criticized her family for not supporting her during her 13-year tutelage, which ended on November 12, which also included Jamie Lynn, whom she called “Mean A*” back in July. *’ said no more because of his supportive and estranged father, Jamie Sears, 69. stand for
‘And my dad acted like he didn’t know I was told I had to be tested over the Christmas holidays before he sent me off when my kids went home to Louisiana. He was the one who approved all these. My entire family did nothing.
Shortly after, Jamie Lynn broke her silence with a since-deleted video where she claimed to have ‘only loved, loved and supported my sister.’
“I don’t care if she wants to run into a rainforest and have billions of kids in the middle of nowhere, or if she wants to come back and dominate the world,” Spears said, clearly angrily.
Trying to be supportive: Shortly after, Jamie Lynn broke her silence with a since-deleted video, where she claimed she ‘only loved, loved and supported my sister’ (in 2003 sisters seen together)
‘Cause I have nothing to gain or lose. This situation does not affect me in any way, as I am only his sister who is only concerned about his happiness.’
On July 17, the former Mouseketeer re-hired Jamie Lynn to cover a remix of his 2011 song Till the World Ends at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards, where he was honored.
‘I don’t like that my sister shows up at an awards show and sings my songs on remixes!’ Brittany wrote. ‘My so called support system has hurt me so much!’
do not pair Pictured together since 2018 when their families vacationed together.
‘I don’t like that my sister shows up at an awards show and sings my songs on remixes!’ Brittany writes about her 2017 performance at the 2017 Radio Disney Music Awards. ‘My so called support system has hurt me so much!’
Back in October, in snippets from her memoir obtained by TMZ, Jamie Lynn revealed that her parents wouldn’t allow her to tell Britney that she was expecting a baby girl because they decided to keep her teen pregnancy under wraps. had tried.
I needed her more than ever and she wasn’t able to help me through my most vulnerable times,’ wrote Jamie Lynn. ‘To this day, the pain of not being able to tell my sister myself continues to this day.’
As her father continued to push her to consider adoption or termination, the artist recalled a heated fight that left her ‘killing and humiliating words’.
Last seen: Mississippi-born white men haven’t been pictured together since 2018 when their families vacation together