The documentary that everyone has been talking about will finally become available in Ireland this week.
The New York Times documentary 'Framing Britney Spears' will air in Ireland on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV tomorrow night, shedding light on the woman who has sold over 100 million records worldwide.
Airing over in the States on on demand service Hulu recently, it documents the global pop star's meteoric rise to fame and the aftermath that followed.
The topic of the Britney Spears conservatorship, which gives her father Jamie Spears a monopoly over her finances and music career, is the most pressing issue discussed during its one hour and 15 minutes running time. The matter around her father has been a pressing issue with many Britney fans over the years, sparking the #FreeBritney movement.
Also explored in 'Framing Britney Spears' is the star's relationship with ex-boyfriend Justin Timberlake, her Las Vegas residency, as well as the overwhelming and inappropriate amount of media attention which the young pop star received in the early stages of her career.
Since the documentary first aired 10 days ago, the #FreeBritney movement has catapulted to the front of fans' agendas. It caused Timberlake to release a statement, apologising to the singer for his conduct towards her almost 20 years ago.
In the past number of days, Spears' father also lost a bid to retain sole control over one of her estates. He has been in control of her finances since the singer was hospitalised in 2008.
'Framing Britney Spears' will air on Sky Documentaries and NOW TV tomorrow night at 9 pm. It will also be available on demand.