Overprotected no more.
The move was a big win for the pop icon, 39, who is one step closer to regaining control of her own life — and, says a source, telling her entire story in an interview with her 27-year-old fiancé, Sam Asghari. “Britney’s relieved this nightmare is almost over,” shares a source. “She feels her voice is finally being heard.”
Though a rep for the Crossroads actress denies she and Sam have plans for a tell-all, the source says the hitmaker’s ready to reveal what the last 13 years have been like under her father’s control. “Britney hasn’t been allowed to talk about the hell she’s been through, especially how the restrictions affected her relationship with Sam,” says the source, noting that the couple’s “annoyed” with the recent slate of documentaries about the star’s life.
Instead, like Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, the source explains Britney wants to do “a sit-down with Sam right by her side,” where they’ll open up about their love story and plans for the future — in their own words.
"Sam’s witnessed so much of what Britney’s gone through,” continues the source, "so she wants him to be a part of it."
Plus, she’s eager to dispel any rumors about Asghari's intentions. “There’s so much the public doesn’t know about their five-year romance, and they want it all out in the open,” says the source. “Sam’s held Britney up for so long, and now she’s itching to shout out her love for this incredible guy.”
The "Toxic" singer is also anxious to thank all the fans who have rallied around her, shares the source: “She was blown away by the #FreeBritney movement."