Britney Spears' become a gold mine for the paparazzi after the second release from the psych ward, the famous pop musical star of America was worried and nervous right now. Every tabloid tells her situation, this make psychologies effect to her mind. Her recording career and her life in general, the revenue generated from all things Britney brought in up to $120 million in the past year. But now that Britney is staying home, is the business of Britney in a recession?
"Since her father has her under his control, we certainly haven't seen the number of photos that we used to see coming in of Britney," X-17 co-owner Brandy Navarre told Access Hollywood.
"The subject of the photo is just not as interesting as it once was, so the prices do go down." X-17 saw a 10 percent increase in overall profits with the help of exclusive photos like bald Britney, which made them a half-million dollars.
Now, with the pop star's recent cleaned-up behavior, the amount of Britney pictures are way down - from more than 1,000 a day to a couple hundred, forcing the photo agency to change focus. "It's a different game now," Navarre explained. "It's a different challenge. We're moving on to other celebrities like Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and Jamie Lynn Spears. We've moved on to Britney's sister." And Spears' gated community is empty these days. The main road once littered with paparazzi is a much different scene now that Britney's dad, Jamie, has taken charge.
"After he took over the conservator ship, it got really, really slow for us," Britney's trusted paparazzo friend Felipe said. He was scheduled to follow Britney daily, from 4 PM to 4 AM, but has since undergone a dramatic shift change.
"She's not going out at night as much as she used to … you know I started working the daytime between 11 AM to 11 PM," he said. OK! magazine features editor Rob Chilton has noticed the change in his magazine's focus, as well. As for Us Weekly, Britney was only on the cover once in the last six weeks, a far cry from last September through mid-February.
Then, around the time of her custody battle and hospitalizations, Britney was Us Weekly's hot topic in 23 out of 24 issues. And with no Britney scandal to report, this week's tabs feature Britney-free covers. But there is proof that Spears still sells. TV Guide put "Tudors" star Jonathan Rhys-Meyers on the cover of the new issue mailed to subscribers, but chose to put Britney on the cover of the issue available on newsstands in an attempt to boost sales. Is the Britney music carrier will end here, we just wait and see what happen next. Paparazzi with very pleasure tell to us all about this story of famous music star.