Jamie Lynn Spears Planning To Launch A Podcast As Part Of Plan To Revive Her Career, Source Spills
Jamie Lynn Spears is reportedly planning on launching a podcast.
As reported by OK!, the Zoey 101 alum released her debut memoir, Things I Should Have Said, last month. The 30-year-old publicly butted heads with her older sister, Britney Spears, when she discussed what growing up as the Princess of Pop's younger sister was like while she was promoting the book. Despite the drama, it sounds like Jamie Lynn has no intention of staying quiet nor shying away from the spotlight.
According to TMZ, Jamie Lynn is entering the third phase of her plan to return to the entertainment industry. The first phrase was releasing the book and the second was returning to acting. (The second season of her show Sweet Magnolias was released earlier this month.)
"SWEET MAGNOLIAS going to #1 so fast was a real life dream coming true," she recently gushed on Instagram. She said she could not explain how the show and the people involved have been a "saving grace" for her.
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The publication noted it is not clear when the podcast will be released or what it will be called. Sources said it is currently in the early stages of development. According to an insider, nothing will be off-limits on the podcast, as the "How Could I Want More" singer is apparently intending on talking about Britney, her childhood and her career.
Insiders also revealed Jamie Lynn has wanted to start a podcast for several years now and plans on having guests join her for open discussions.
Meanwhile, the "Toxic" singer's attorney, Mathew Rosengart, already issued Jamie Lynn's legal team a cease and desist requesting she stop speaking about Britney after her memoir interviews. Jamie Lynn's legal team hit back and said insisting "Jamie Lynn has no right to tell her story is not only insensitive but not supported by the law."
During an appearance on Alex Cooper's "Call Her Daddy" podcast, Jamie Lynn said she tried to help Britney terminate her conservatorship. She also claimed Britney was unbothered when she said her family receives death threats when Britney bashes her online. In response to her claims, Britney called her estranged sister a liar and "scum."