Britney Spears is worried that Sam Asghari will try to claim custody of their two dogs, a Doberman named Porsha and Sawyer, a German Shepherd, in their divorce.
Two years after telling Britney Spears to get a prenup before she married Sam Asghari, actress Octavia Spencer is again backing the singer by warning “extortion is illegal” amid reports the singer’s estranged husband could go public with “embarrassing information” about their marriage.
"After six years of love and commitment to each other my wife and I have decided to end our journey together," Asghari wrote on his Instagram Story on Thursday. "We will hold onto the love and respect we have for each other and I wish her the best always."
He added, "S--- happens. Asking for privacy seems [ridiculous], so I will just ask for everyone, including media, to be kind and thoughtful."
We provided support for Sam and his career for the sake of Supporting Britney... this statement is the last thing... we shall post on his behalf...
TEAM BRITNEY FOR LIFE.
She honored her fellow pop star by updating her 2001 hit "Don't Let Me Get Me."
Pink is paying tribute to Britney Spears amid her divorce from husband Sam Asghari.
The 43-year-old "So What" singer honored her fellow pop star by updating the lyrics to her 2001 hit "Don't Let Me Get Me" while performing at the Comerica Park in Detroit on Wednesday night.
The fiery pop track, which details Pink's deepest insecurities and desire to become someone else, originally contained the lyrics "Tired of being compared to damn Britney Spears / She's so pretty / That just ain't me." In video footage from the show shared on social media, Pink can be seen swapping out the words and instead singing, "Tired of being compared to sweet Britney Spears."
"She's so pretty," she continued. "That just ain't me." The change was met with cheers from the crowd.
Pink, who is currently on her Summer Carnival tour, previously told PEOPLE that she never intended to diss Spears by name-dropping her in the song. "People think I was picking on Britney on 'Don't Let Me Get Me,' but I've always felt like a big sister to her," she said. "I'm very protective of her, and she's the sweetest person in the world."
She added, "I wish her well. I cover her in light all day long."
The Grammy winner's lyric swap happened as news broke that Spears' husband, Sam Asghari, had filed for divorce from her after 14 months of marriage.