Talking about assuming the part of Britney Spears at the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards in Los Angeles, Bassett said she grew up playing Spears’ music. Yet, she knew little of the vocalist’s past before she dove into the part. Delineating Spears’ two fizzled relational unions, misery, medicate fights and loss of authority of her youngsters gave Bassett significantly more sympathy for what Britney experienced.”

Bassett went ahead to state, “I mean, she’s not like anybody else. Her entire life, she’s been chased by paparazzi and she’s constantly being scrutinized and in the public eye, so it’s not normal. I really appreciated how strong she is. Emotionally, the way she got through the constant pressures that she was faced with is admirable.

The motion picture, “Britney Ever After,” debuting Feb. 18, will highlight the stunning minute when Spears shaved her head bare amidst her scandalous 2007 emergency. Bassett didn’t need to fall back on shaving her own head. She said, “It was all prosthetics.” Nor did she need to take singing lessons. “I might have lip-synced,” she snickered.

Whenever inquired as to whether that was a tribute to Spears, who broadly emulates the majority of her Las Vegas show “Piece of Me,” Bassett giggled. “I think she does sing a bit. I saw her in Vegas after filming and I was blown away by her performance. Her dancing was incredible”, said Bassett.

The Lifetime flick is the main major U.S. extend for Bassett. Lances made no commitment to the motion picture, and has said it doesn’t make them favor. Still, Bassett, who’s never met the star, says she trusts Spears will tune in. “I hope she watches it. I’ve heard she’s a fan of Lifetime.”