Oh little one, infant.
Britney Spears admirers are now persuaded the Y2K pop idol was referencing her abortion — which the singer now suggests she experienced following previous boyfriend Justin Timberlake allegedly got her expecting — in a new music video clip for her 2003 strike, “Everytime.”
Spears, 41, statements in her future memoir, “The Female In Me,” that the pair, who dated from 1999 to 2002, obtained expecting, but opted to terminate. Timberlake, 42, did not want to turn out to be a father, according to the “Toxic” singer.
This bombshell revelation experienced lovers on the lookout back to the video clip for “Everytime,” famously prepared about her break up with the “Cry Me a River” singer — with several heartbrokenly hypothesizing that the two the track and the movie could be about the previous couple’s lost boy or girl.
In the now 20-year-aged video, Spears races down the hallways of a clinic, entering the room of a lady who seems to flatline, and then one more, exactly where a girl cradles her new child child lady.
“So, Britney Spears’ Everytime is essentially a lullaby for her unborn youngster with Justin Timberlake. This helps make the meaning of the music a full lot different now. She’s drowning herself to be with her little one which is my interpretation of the music & [music video],” one particular enthusiast speculated on X, referencing a further scene where Spears drowns in a bathtub.
“The Horrible news about Britney’s abortion bc of Justin Timberlake just took ‘Everytime’ audio online video to a complete new check out. She deserved greater,” a next echoed.
“Britney Spears held touching her belly through this effectiveness of ‘Everytime.’ It all can make feeling now,” a further supporter shared a video clip of Spears carrying out stay through the “Live on ABC Unique In The Zone” in 2004.
Another heartstring-tugging online video circulating on X exhibits a crying Spears in the studio recording the observe, asking if she can sing it 1 more time.
The Publish has contacted reps for Spears and Timberlake for remark.
Her memoir, “The Girl In Me,” will be released on Oct. 24.