Britney Spears is reminiscing about what life was like at the crossroads.
"I'm a smart person, what the hell was I thinking?" the comebacking pop star asks herself, probably rhetorically, in an upcoming MTV documentary addressing where she went wrong—and how she's getting herself back in the zone after coming thisclose to becoming a total lost cause.
Or worse, yesterday's news.
The appropriately, albeit tentatively, titled For the Record is slated to premiere Nov. 30 on MTV, two days before she turns 27 and releases her sixth studio album, Circus.
"So much has gone on over the last couple of years and there's a lot that people don't know about me that I want them to know," Spears said in a statement about the 90-minute special, which will feature the divorced mother of two answering what we'd like to believe will be tough questions about her recent past, as well as behind-the-scenes footage of her latest adventures recording, shooting her "Womanizer" video and making personal appearances.
"I wanted to make this film because I started to feel like I wasn't being seen in the light that I wanted to be seen in," she added. "This is an opportunity to set the record straight and talk about what I've been through and where I'm headed."