Britney Spears may 'never perform again' claims Larry Rudolph

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Britney Spears' manager Larry Rudolph said the pop star may never perform live again in a new interview with TMZ.

Larry Rudolph, her manager, said that it now isn't healthy for the 37-year-old to perform live or work on her Las Vegas residency, TMZ reported on May 14.

The Piece Of Me hitmaker's longtime manager, Rudolph, has claimed that it will be a long time until the singer - who recently completed a 30-day stint at an unnamed facility after she became "distraught" over her father Jamie's ongoing health battle, which began when he ruptured his colon last November - ever sets foot on a stage again, and possibly never.

The 41-year-old former backup dancer and Spears, 37, were married from 2004 to 2006 and have sons Sean, 13, and 12-year-old Jayden together.

"It was the ideal storm", Rudolph told the entertainment website.

For the future, Rudolph said, "I don't want her to work again 'till she's ready, physically, mentally and passionately".

"Kevin won't allow the boys to spend more time with their mother until Britney is once again stable and on medication". But don't worry: I'll be back very soon, ' she said two days before leaving. "I hope the people allow her to have her private time".

Rudolph, 55, said that he has noticed a shift in Spears's desire to work over the past year: "Last summer, when she wanted to tour, she called me every day". "She clearly doesn't want to perform now".

As Spears' manager, Rudolph is not involved in any way with her conservatorship. The part that concerns me is that it has no factual basis. The judge also ordered that he not contact or disparage anyone from the family, The Associated Press reported. While everyone warned her to take it slow and give herself time in the facility, Spears missed her routine and just being in her own bed. The personal issues that Britney is dealing with are highly complicated and the conservatorship is there for a reason. "I think it is overly broad and violates Mr. Lutfi's constitutional rights". "This is a temporary order, and we look forward to coming back", Gains said.

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