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Boyband blasts Britney's diva demands

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BRITISH boyband The Wanted have lifted the lid on Britney Spears' diva demands, just days after they branded her rival Christina Aguilera "rude".

The Glad You Came singers were left disappointed after meeting Aguilera backstage on US TV talent show The Voice in April, when the Beautiful singer allegedly refused to speak to them.

Tom Parker revealed, "She's a total b**ch. She might not be a b**ch in real life, but to us, she was a total b**ch.

"She just sat there and didn't speak to us. Wouldn't even look at us."

The singer has now turned on Aguilera's former The Mickey Mouse Club co-star Spears, claiming the Toxic superstar's minders made the band face the wall as she walked past them backstage when they supported her during the UK leg of her world tour in 2011.

 

Read more at Brisbane Times

Topics:  britney spears, christina aguilera


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