Britney Spears scared her fans with strange dances
The once-popular pop singer Britney Spears continues to unpleasantly surprise her fans. The psyche of the singer has long been shaken by nervous breakdowns, drugs and emotional stress. The once-famous beauty does not cause anything but pity.
Now Britney Spear has no more rights in her own house than a 12-year-old child. She has no right to make decisions, and her father manages her affairs. It all started back in 2006, when the beloved Aunt Britney died. Then she got into a rehabilitation clinic.
The blame was on drugs and a nervous breakdown. Already in 2008, the court decided to put Britney under the care of his father. Since that time, Jamie Spears has managed accounts and even personal life. Without his knowledge, Spears could not sign documents and make large purchases, losing control of her condition.
Fans of the singer even launched a flash mob #FreeBritney ("Free Britney"), demanding to deprive the father of the right of a guardian and return the singer to her condition. Recently, Britney has increasingly begun to record strange dances, posting them on Instagram. At the same time, she turned to Rihanna and Billy Elish.
Giorgio Armani was appointed Special Ambassador for Responsible Tourism of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
In a statement, the UNWTO called Armani "a global benchmark for timeless design and creativity," as well as a symbol of "deep commitment to social responsibility and respect for the environment." The UNWTO also noted the principles of the Armani brand, which are built on “respect for resources and the realization that the future of future generations depends on today's choice.”
Giorgio Armani thanked the organization for the trust placed in him. “It was the sense of responsibility for our society that helped my country overcome this terrible pandemic, and it was this that made me play a small role in helping those involved in the fight against the virus and the economic problems that it created,” Armani said.
In March, the Armani Group converted all of its Italian factories to produce disposable medical clothing for the individual protection of coronavirus medical workers.
The designer donated almost two million euros to support hospitals in the regions of Italy, the most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, in March Armani published an appeal to doctors in 60 Italian publications.
Recall Tiffany & Co. will give $ 2 million to support victims of COVID-19, especially women and black people.