In a touching tribute to her older sister Britney, Jamie Lynn Spears dedicated a song called "I Look Up To You" during a performance in Nashville on Thursday. Jamie Lynn, 21, made reference to Britney's lost innocence in the lyrics, singing, "Scared little girl living in a big old world. You've outgrown your room, it all happened way too soon. They took away your innocence. We forgot our strong defense." The siblings have gone through a lot together following Britney's public meltdown and Jamie Lynn's baby announcement at the age of 17. What do you think of her voice? I didn't know she could sing!
Britney Spears turns 30 today and we're celebrating the pop princess's major milestone with a look back at her cutest family pictures. Whether she's in the studio recording new music or on tour entertaining fans around the world Britney is often surrounded by her sons, Jayden James and Sean Preston, and boyfriend Jason Trawick. Britney and the boys can often be spotted spending their downtime at the beach and shopping around LA. From pregnancies to weddings and lots of love for her boys — click through to see some of their adorable and heartwarming shots! Happy Birthday, Britney!
Lots of our favourite celebrities were busy tweeting away this week sharing pics of their family, friends and pets. Zachary Levi disguised himself behind seasonings while Jamie Lynn Spears partied poolside with her little one, Maddie. Kaley Cuoco threw back a bottle of brew during a beer pong tournament and Miley Cyrus tried on a silly hat — click through to see all the pics, and don't forget to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook for exciting news and photos!
Taylor Lautner tapped to play superhero Stretch Armstrong—VarietyJennifer Aniston celebrates her birthday in Mexico with Gerard Butler—Radar OnlineDannii Minogue might star in a reality series about her pregnancy—Daily TelegraphJamie Lynn Spears breaks-up with her baby daddy— Us WeeklyKelly Clarkson weighs in on Taylor Swift singing controversy—PeopleMiranda Kerr is happy that banker Dave's job has been saved—Daily Telegraph