What is the story behind Britney Spears’ ex-commercial director Louise Taylor

Britney vs. Spears is the most recent documentary to release on Netflix, which follows the 39-year-long guardianship battle with her father.

Louise Taylor, otherwise referred to as Lou in the documentary, had been working as Britney’s business manager since 2009 when she was part of the “Circus Starring Britney Spear” tour.

Lou remained Britney’s manager until her resignation in November 2020. Here’s what she is up to now.

Louise Taylor where are you now?

Louise is the CEO of Tri-Star Sports & Entertainment Group, an agency she founded in 1992 that manages many popular musicians such as Tina Turner. Lou invested all of her income in the business to grow it and became an influential director of entertainment.

Lou first worked as a business manager for Britney’s sister, Jamie Lynn, before becoming Britney’s manager as well.

According to court documents retrieved by Page Six, Britney’s former attorney Samuel D. Ingham III said: “Tri Star Sports and Entertainment Group has resigned as Britney’s commercial director without notice to Britney.”

Now Lou is married to her pastor husband and operates from his offices in Nashville and Los Angeles. Lou runs her business, although she no longer manages Britney. She still has famous clients like Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani and Florida Georgia Line. Tina Turner is another example.

Role of Britney Spears’ ex-business manager.

Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, became his daughter’s curator when Britney broke up in 2008, and since then she has been fighting a legal battle to regain control of her finances.

Numerous documentaries aired on Britney Spears this year suggest that Louise Taylor played a major role in guardianship and Britney’s mother supports this. She stated in her book that Lou first spoke to Jamie Spears about temporary guardianship.

“Jamie was going to seek trusteeship on January 22 … but he and his business manager, Lou, felt God was leading them to wait, fast and pray, despite the frustration of a phalanx of lawyers,”

According to Page Six, Lou denied this in a note his lawyer sent to the Britney vs. Spears documentary team.

The documentary explains that Lou and Britney’s father got closer and, in fact, it wasn’t until Jamie became her daughter’s curator that she became Britney’s business manager.

Mary H. Martino