A new report from In Touch alleges Britney Spears is ready to marry Sam Asghari, but according to the magazine, the model “isn’t on the same page” as the singer. Gossip Copcan correct this bogus claim. We’re told it’s “not true.”
The outlet blares in a misleading headline, “Sam Warns Britney: I’m Not Ready For Marriage.” In the piece, a so-called “source” tells the publication, “Sam told her that he feels their relationship has moved way too quickly. He’s only 23 and isn’t ready for the next step yet.” The magazine’s supposed insider goes on to claim Spears was “very upset” when Asghari broke the news. “Sam loves Britney. It’s not that he doesn’t want to be with her. He just needs some time to grow up,” concludes the tabloid’s tipster.
Bryan Ray, a huge fan of singer Britney Spears, has reportedly spent over $80,000 on 90 plastic surgery procedures to make himself look like his idol. Ray, who is from California, has always been obsessed with Spears.
He started emulating the “Make me…” singer by having veneers to match her smile. Ray has undergone 90 procedures to look like the pop star, reports aceshowbiz.com. Ray has spent over $80,000 in total for a nose job, fat injections, laser hair removal, lip fillers, botox injections and many more. Additionally, he keeps his skin looking youthful by splashing out $500 a month on lotions and creams.
The owner of a marijuana edibles company said that the singer helped him understand himself better while growing up. He dubbed his idol a “perfection” in his eyes. Ray used to perform in nightclubs in West Hollywood, doing her songs along with the dance choreography he has mastered.
He was even referred to as ‘Britney’ among his friends as they greeted him with the star’s infamous line “It’s Britney, b***h!”.
“I love making modifications to my face and body with the art of plastic surgery, fillers and countless other cosmetic procedures,” Ray said.
He added: “Ever since I was young there was something about Britney Spears and the qualities she had that I thought was the perfect package. I was obsessed, I watched all her interviews, learned all her choreography and then paid to have the same perfect smile as, I felt that during that time we were very similar.
“In the beginning, I was trying to look like Britney Spears, my surgeons who designed my veneers asked me which celebrity smile I wanted to base mine on and it was hers.”
Britney Spears, performing in 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball 2016 presented by Capital One at Staples Center in Los Angeles this month.CreditKevin Winter/Getty Images for Iheartmedia
Britney Spears and Sony Music Entertainment were the targets of a Twitter hoax on Monday morning. The Sony Music Global Twitter account had several tweets announcing that Ms. Spears had died; they were later deleted. “Britney Spears is dead by accident! We will tell you more soon,” one of the posts read. A similar bit was on Bob Dylan’s Twitter feed.
Ms. Spears’s manager, Adam Leber, told CNN that “Britney is fine and well.”
The hacker group OurMine took responsibility for the attack. It has previously hacked the Twitter accounts of Marvel and Netflix, as well as Mark Zuckerberg and other high-profile tech executives. As of midday Monday, the Twitter accounts of Sony Music and Mr. Dylan were still performing erratically, with notifications to new posts that did not exist.
A representative from Sony released a statement in response, saying: “Sony Music Entertainment’s Twitter account was compromised. This has been rectified. Sony Music apologizes to Britney Spears and her fans for any confusion.”