Britney Spears fans slam singer for calling out Catholic church for refusing to host her wedding
Britney Spears chided a Catholic church for refusing to host her wedding in Los Angeles as it required her and boyfriend Sam Asghari to be an active member of the church. In a now deleted Instagram post, the pop artist shared a picture from an anonymous couple's wedding at a church with the message, "This is where I originally wanted to get married during COVID 👰🏼♀️ !!!!"
"I wanted to go every Sunday...it's beautiful and they said it was temporarily shut down due to COVID !!!!" Spears, who studied Kabbalah in addition to being raised as a Southern Baptist, wrote. "Then 2 years later when I wanted to get married there they said I had to be catholic and go through TEST !!!!" Spears then questioned her 41.8 million social media followers, "Isn't church supposed to be open to all 🤔🤷🏼♀️⛪️????" The name of the church where she wished to get married was kept a secret and the post is now deleted from her account.
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Fans of 'Toxic' singer swarmed the comments section of her post with various kinds of views. Some made fun of the situation, while others defended the place of worship by pointing out that most Catholic churches demand that at least one partner profess the religion in order to get married there.
"Britney coming for the church. Iconic," one person commented while one fan wrote, "Giiiirrll this is a MESS! To get married in the Catholic Church yes you have to be catholic it's not just a random venue." Another remarked, "Some traditions need to be respected Britney."
Spears, 40, eventually married Asghari, 28, on June 9 in the backyard of her California property in Thousand Oaks. Madonna, Paris Hilton, Drew Barrymore, Selena Gomez, and Donatella Versace, who designed Spears' wedding dress, were among the celebrities that attended the fairytale wedding.
Spears' children, who she shares with Kevin Federline were not present at her wedding. In fact, the singer's siblings Bryan Spears and Jamie Lynn Spears, as well as her parents Jamie Spears and Lynne Spears, were among those who were not invited to bless the newly-wedded couple.
Back in June 2021, Spears revealed during a court hearing that she wanted to marry Asghari and have a child with him. She acknowledged that her restrictive conservatorship's requirements prevented her from doing so. However, following the end of her 13-year legal arrangement in November 2021, Britney announced her pregnancy in April 2022. Although she miscarried a month later, the couple said they would "continue trying to expand their beautiful family".
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