Britney Spears said no to Millie Bobby biopic offer

The Princess of Pop was surprisingly aggressive in her refusal to green light a potential biopic of her life.

Britney Spears wasn't a fan of Mille Bobby Brown suggesting that she wanted to portray the Princess of Pop in a film.

Britney Spears Said No Millie Bobby Biopic Offer
Once again, the internet has blown out an innocent comment out of context and made it a lot worse than it seems.

The Enola Holmes actress recently joined Drew Barrymore for an interview where she talked about things that she wanted to do. The 18-year-old, whose biggest projects so far are the Stranger Things series and the pair of Enola Holmes films on Netflix, revealed she relates to Spears' life. Brown adds that she would love to literally put on the shoes of the 40-year-old superstar singer to do a biopic.

While plenty of fans appreciated Brown's comments, Spears wasn't a big fan of the idea.

The mom-of-two took to Instagram to air her thoughts and she appeared to shade Millie's idea while aiming shots at the ones responsible for her struggles with conservatorship over the years.

Britney Spears Said No Millie Bobby Biopic Offer
After what she went through in recent years, Britney Spears deserves some peace and quiet.

Spears' statement guarantees we won't see her biopic soon. Curious fans can check out the many documentaries online to know more about Spears' struggles in recent years such as Netflix's Britney vs Spears. Spears was the talk of the town for more than a decade as she went on a very public downward spiral following years of sexualization and objectification by mainstream media. Brown was probably talking about this as Hollywood has sexualized her since she was 12.

By playing someone she feels is relatable, Brown could do Spears justice. Of course, this all depends on whether or not Spears is okay with it.

For now, fans can look forward to watching Brown play her fan-favorite character, Eleven, in the next and final season of Stranger Things.

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