Britney Spears' manager blasts SNL over mockery in new sketch

Written by Jeppe W

Nov.13 - 2023 11:30 AM CET


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"Saturday Night Live" (SNL) recently aired a sketch that poked fun at pop icon Britney Spears and her new memoir, "My Own Voice," and it seems her manager, Cade Hudson, is not amused. The SNL segment humorously imagined auditions for the audiobook version of Spears’ memoir, featuring various celebrities attempting to narrate the work.

In real life, the audiobook is narrated by actress Michelle Williams. However, SNL’s parody showcased an array of fictional auditions by famous personalities, from Martin Scorsese (portrayed by Timothée Chalamet) to rapper Ice Spice (played by Punkie Johnson).

Britney Spears herself was impersonated by Chloe Fineman, who captured the singer's distinctive voice and mannerisms in detail.

This portrayal, however, didn’t sit well with Spears’ manager, Cade Hudson. He expressed his disapproval in an Instagram comment, criticizing SNL and specifically targeting Chloe Fineman for her portrayal of Spears.

Hudson wrote, “Wow. The scriptwriters at SNL are getting worse and worse. Not surprising that all of you have reached out to get Britney on the show... SNL is on life support.”

He continued his critique, saying, “All of you are pathetic, and this Chloe (Fineman) is not funny. Did you find her on Craigslist or something?”

Judge for yourself! See the controversial but hilarious Britney Spears sketch here: