The singer, who's father Jamie Spears remains the permanent conservator [controller] of her affairs, says her controlled existence now feels 'like Groundhog Day' [I'm sure that movie is a symbol for galactic alignment/cosmic consciousness too!].
The 26-year-old has showed promise of a comeback from her well-documented breakdown in recent months and recently won praise for her surprise duet with Madonna.
But it's a different story beneath the public facade.
Lost passion: Britney Spears, pictured leaving a LA dance studio yesterday, has compared her life to a jail sentence
In a new fly-on-the-wall documentary she admits: 'There’s no excitement, there’s no passion.
'I have really good days, and then I have bad days. Even when you go to jail, y'know, there’s the time when you’re gonna get out.
'But in this situation, it’s never ending. It’s just like Groundhog Day every day.'
Britney believes she is still being forced to 'pay' for her well-documented meltdown. [You think 'Daddy' and 'Rudolph' wouldn't have repercussions for her attempted 'breakout'?]
She says: 'I think it’s too in control. If I wasn’t under the restraints I’m under, I’d feel so liberated. When I tell them the way I feel, it’s like they hear but they’re really not listening. [Everyone around her is 'in on it']
'If you do something wrong in your work, you can move on, but I’m having to pay for a long time. [You Don't Mess With The Program!]
'I never wanted to become one of those prisoner people. I always wanted to feel free.'
'I think I've learnt my lesson now and enough is enough.' [No Britney! Breakout again!!!]
The 90-minute special, Britney: For The Record, was executive-produced by Spears' manager Larry Rudolph.
It features behind-the-scenes footage of the singer and her talking about her life over the past two years.
And she sure has got a lot to talk about.
Britney and Kevin Federline's three-year marriage ended in a divorce, and she went on to lose custody over sons Sean Preston, three, and two-year-old Jayden James.
February last year marked a period of strange behavior by Britney, during which she shaved her head, got two new tattoos and hit the L.A. club scene.
Shortly before she checking into a rehab facility, she attacked a paparazzo's car with an umbrella.
She then endured another setback after a disastrous performance at the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards where she delivered a shambolic performance of Gimme More which was panned by fans and critics.
Then in January this year, she was put under lockdown at a mental institution after she held her son hostage at her L.A. home and refused to hand him over to Federline.
She has since healed a long-standing rift with her mother Lynne Spears and reinstated her former manager Larry Ruldolph.
Her sixth album, Circus, on Dec. 2, her 27th birthday.
Britney: For The Record is on Sky1 and Sky1 HD on December 1 at 8pm.
From The Sun's page on it: "Former Mickey Mouse Club child star Britney admits her “weird” life is all she’s known [this is obviously massive obstacle for slaves breaking out], but didn’t realise how famous she was until her breakdown."
Back cover; may not be real as I thought Amnesia was no longe going to be included. Note all the MK symbolic tracks; which I've already gone into.