Britney's Ex-employees Strike Back With Website
A group of disgruntled former members of Britney Spears' entourage have joined forces in a bid to turn her latest album into a huge flop. A bodyguard, a dancer and a make-up artist, who once worked for the Toxic singer, have created the Be Proactive To Help website, which encourages fans to boycott Spears' upcoming Blackout album - until she changes her wild ways. A spokesman for the site says, "Our message is simple - don't buy her stuff until she's better." The website also offers fans ideas about how they can get their message to Spears - from petitioning her record label bosses to help her to writing to her management.