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'Disgusted' Britney Spears fans attack Katy Perry for 'mental health

'Disgusted' Britney Spears fans attack Katy Perry for 'mental health

She said of her time out: "Yeah, that's called taking care of your mental health". She was talking to Ryan Seacrest-an android built by the broadcast industry and raised, like a real boy, as their most cherished son- who asked her how she was doing. "Fantastic. I haven't shaved my head yet", she added". Of course, this was a diss at Britney for the time that she shaved her head, but Katy didn't mention her by name.

Perry performed her brand new single "Chained to the Rhythm" along with Skip Marley and gave a blatant political message through her dress and the back-up artists on stage.

Britney, 35, recently opened up about her breakdown, and how much better she is feeling nowadays. The Teenage Dream singer is predictable to release her fourth studio album later in 2017. Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Adele, Kelsea Ballerini and more music stars turned up at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, wearing just that. I think it's definitely a new era for me. I just feel a little bit more conscious than I've ever have and kind of worked out some of my s**t.

"Obviously, you're going to get all that fun, kind of "me, ' fluffy stuff that you love".

Reacting to Perry's comment, one fan of Spears tweeted: "Shame @katyperry had to take that shot @ @britneyspears prior. makes me enjoy this display less". It will be interesting to see if she decides to share her thoughts.

In 2007 Britney Spears suffered from a very public meltdown during which she was recorded shaving her head and fighting with paparazzi. Before the show, the singer made a disparaging remark that was seemingly directed at Britney Spears. "A book in Malibu is all you need", Spears says in the clip, which she pointedly captioned, "Weekend advice". Sorry mom and dad, ' she said. "One fan wrote: "@katyperry U should apologize to @britneyspears.

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