Bryan Cranston responds to Britney Spears’ complaints with ‘Breaking Bad’ finale – spoilers

Actor tweets pop star following claims she did not like final episode "at all"

Breaking Bad actor Bryan Cranston has responded to Britney Spears after she revealed she was dissappointed with the final episode of the hit US TV show.

Speaking in an interview earlier this week, Spears said she was a huge fan of the AMC drama, aired in the UK via Netflix, but that she was sad to see the show end on a less than positive note when the fifth, and final, season concluded in September.

Speaking to Z100, Spears revealed an accidental spoiler when she said: “OMG I love the show,” Adding: “I didn’t like it (the finale) at all. I didn’t think he should have died … Maybe they’ll do another episode where the ambulance comes and revives him.” This has led to Bryan Cranston speaking out on Twitter in response to the pop singer, though he did aim his tweet at the wrong account for Britney.


Meanwhile, Spears’ manager has denied reports that the star will resort to lip-syncing during her recently announced Las Vegas residency. Her manager Larry Rudolph said, “She’s going to be singing live.” Insisting, “She does choreography and vocal coaching every day. The vocal coaching is really just to strengthen her voice and get her to a point where she can go out there every night and do a full show.”

It was recently reported that Spears will head to the Lake District to work on tracks for her forthcoming album with UK producer, and Tinie Tempah collaborator Naughty Boy as a producer on the project. He is apparently planning to take her to Cumbria for creative inspiration.

As well as Naughty Boy, Spears’ collaborators on her forthcoming album, the follow-up to 2011’s ‘Femme Fatale’, include Dev Hynes aka Blood Orange, William Orbit and Sia.


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