Britney Spears Documentary Reveals The Reason Behind 2007 Head-Shaving Incident
By Izza Sofia, 05 Nov 2019
Image via Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com
A new Britney Spears documentary has revealed the reason behind her infamous head-shaving incident back in 2007.
In the documentary titled Britney Spears: Breaking Point, tattoo artist Emily Wynne-Hughes saw Spears moments after she decided to shave her hair off. Wynne-Hughes claimed that Spears was “sick of people touching her hair.”
This led to many claiming that this was Spears way of telling people that she wanted control of her life and image, since she has been managed by music executives since at the age of 16.
Before the incident happened, Spears was reportedly making her way to see her children who were with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
When he didn’t allow her to see the kids, Spears immediately make her way to a nearby hair salon and asked the hairdresser Esther Tognozz to shave her head. Tognozz tried to talk her out of it but Spears immediately buzzed her head off as soon as her back was turned.
According to Tognozz, Spears’ bodyguards who were supposed to prevent the paparazzi from getting any shots, somehow allowed more than 70 paparazzi to take photos of her through the windows of the salon.
Spears than made her way to the tattoo parlor and asked Wynne-Hughes for an ink of a woman’s lips and a cross. Wynne-Hughes also claimed that her team did not seem to care much about Spears. “Everybody was waiting for the crash to happen,” she revealed in the documentary.
The hairstylist who Britney Spears turned to for an impulsive buzz cut back in 2007 has revealed all about the manic moment in a new documentary about the pop star’s infamous meltdown. https://t.co/VTSuqLupck pic.twitter.com/r1MHrtVGYQ— Canoe (@Canoe) November 5, 2019
[via Cosmopolitan, opening image via Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock.com]
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