Manager Larry Rudolph Says Britney Spears May Never Work Again
Britney Spears’ Longtime Manager Larry Rudolph Gave An Update On Her Health And Revealed She May Never Work Again.
- Rudolph claimed it was clear to him that Spears should not be going back to Vegas residency, not only in the near future, possibly never again.
- Spears took a break from her professional career and was seeking treatment as she struggled to cope after her father suffered a life-threating color rupture in last fall.
- Her manager confirmed that they had to pull her show because her medications stopped.
American pop star’ Britney Spears’ longtime manager Larry Rudolph gave an update on her health who canceled her anticipated Las Vegas residency in January before she sought treatment at all-encompassing wellness family. She left it after a month in April.
Giving an update on Spears’ future activities to TMZ, Rudolph claimed that as per the information he had gained, it was clear to him that Spears should not be going back to Vegas residency, not only in the near future, possibly never again.
As per PEOPLE reported, Spears took a break from her professional career and was seeking treatment as she struggled to manage after her father suffered a life-threating color rupture in last fall.
Her manager confirmed that they had to pull her show because her medications stopped working, and she felt distraught over her father’s illness.
On Wednesday, the judge in her conservatorship ordered a probate court investigator to look after her case, including her team. Her next hearing is scheduled on Sept. 18.
Fifty-five years old Rudolph claimed that he once had noticed Spear’s desire to work over the past years calling him every day with excitement, but now she does not want to perform.
The manager admitted that he is not sure if Spears will ever be ready to perform again. Rudolph also admitted that he does not want her to work again until she is physically, mentally, and passionately prepared.
I have no desire or ability to make her work again. I am only here for her when she wants to work. And, if she ever does want to work again, I’m here to tell her if it’s a good idea or a bad idea.
After Spears left treatment, her mother Lynne filed a legal motion to be informed of all matters regarding the singer’s conservatorship.