This post contains a discussion of mental health issues.
you Gree fans will remember britney spearsA memorable appearance in the 2010 Season 2 episode “Britney/Brittany”.
Britney’s appearance was taken years after the guardianship her father Jamie gave her in the early 2000s.she has since liberated From the guardianship system, and have raised his voice about the negative impact on her mental health and general well-being.
in a recent episode of their podcast And that’s what you really missedthe former Gree Stars Kevin McHale and Jenna Ashkowitz opened up about what it was like to shoot with Britney at the time.
In the episode, Kevin admitted that the cast and crew weren’t “completely sure” that Britney would actually show up for her filming date. I can’t believe it,” he recalled. won’t she come ”
Jenna said Britney was “very quiet and very nice” but also seemed “very nervous”. “She must have been having a very hard time at that point, so I mean it in the kindest way.”
Kevin also noted that what really happened to Britney during filming was “kind of hard to witness.” Somebody or something on the team took her away and she came back and back again and for lack of a better word it was a little empty.”
“I felt like she wasn’t being given the opportunity to participate in the way she wanted,” he added.
Kevin went on to say that Britney was “amazing” on set and that “she was totally in it” when it came to filming the scene, but Jenna still described the experience as bittersweet.
“It was this very strange contrast between being so excited,” she said.
of National Alliance on Mental Illness The helpline is 1-888-950-6264 (NAMI) and provides information and referral services. GoodTherapy.org is an association of mental health professionals in more than 25 countries that supports efforts to reduce harm in treatment.