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    AJ McLean: I Believe in Britney Spears 110%

    Post by Gianna S. on Sun 20 Jan 2008, 10:29 pm

    A.J. McLean: I Believe in Britney Spears 110%



    FRIDAY JANUARY 18, 2008 01:20 PM EST
    By Shayna Rose Arnold and Nicholas White


    Photo by: Jon Kopaloff / FilmMagic; Anthony / PacificCoastNews

    Britney Spears is getting another offer of help this time from Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean


    "I believe in her 110 percent, but she needs to call [me]," the
    pop star, 30, told PEOPLE Thursday at the Hysteric Glamour VIP preview
    party. "If her publicist or somebody can get in touch with me, I just
    want to sit down with her and have it out."

    Asked what he'd offer to Spears, McLean says, "First I would
    say, 'What the hell is wrong with you?' Second I would say, 'What is
    really wrong with you? What are you not saying to everybody else?' "

    McLean,
    a recovering alcoholic who also happened to rise to fame around the
    same time as Spears, says he thinks he knows part of what the
    26-year-old star is going through.

    "She has given people hints of her troubles, but fear is a
    really big thing, and depression. ... I've been through it. I'm coming
    up on six years sober," he said at the party hosted by Tracey Ross at
    her Sunsent Plaza store in West Hollywood. "I just want to sit her down
    and pick her brain."


    'Do You Want to Die?'

    Ultimately, McLean says he
    believes the troubled singer wants to and can get her life back in
    order. " [I want to be] just someone who can tell her straight. I'll
    say, 'Hey, do you want to die? Is that what you want?' If that is what
    she really wanted, she would have done it already. I know that is not
    what she wants," he says.


    McLean also said Spears's pregnant 16-year-old sister Jamie Lynn has had a rough go but will be okay.


    "You look at Jamie Lynn now and it is like, of course, she has
    no one to look up to," McLean says. "But I think she has a chance.
    Everyone has a chance to turn it around."


    Source: http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20172612,00.html


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