Former NSYNC member Lance Bass alerts Britney Spears fans with a strong confession related to the controversial singer.
American singer James Lance Bass, known as Lance Bass, who was a member of the former youth group NSYNC, shows his support for singer and pop icon Britney Spears in the midst of her fight for legal guardianship against her father.
In an interview with Today Extra from Australia on Tuesday, Lance, 41, commented on the legal battle Spears faces, arguing that we should pay attention to everything the singer says, because if she is asking to be released from her guardianship, it must be for some important reason.
"We should definitely listen to her, and if she wants to get out of that guardianship that her father keeps, controlling many aspects of her life, then we should listen to her... I don't know the details of her situation, and whether she should be out of guardianship. But what I've told the fans is that I don't know. I have no idea what's really going on", Lance said.
ET media contacted Lance during the month of September, as he confessed that he had spoken with Spears' younger sister, Jamie Lynn Spears, 29, and at the time, he said it made him feel much more at ease about the situation.
"They're not as worried as we are. People have no idea what's really going on. So we have to trust that the loved ones around her are doing the right thing," he said.
"Being a woman is definitely different," he acknowledged. "I had my best friends in my group, so it was easier to deal with the world. She (Britney) was just a solo artist. She had all the weight on her shoulders, the whole world was either against her or in favor of her, and that's a lot to take in," he added, referring to the pressure the singer of 'Baby, one more time' experienced.
"I trust her sister Jamie Lynn, and as long as Jamie Lynn is okay with whatever she's doing, I'm calm and understanding, I have to be," Bass said.
Bass also said he fully supports the famous 'Free Britney' movement and hopes things work out the right way. He also said he has complete confidence in the judge in charge and hopes for the best for his friend.