Melissa Joan Hart Regrets Taking 17-Year-Old Britney Spears to Her First Club

Melissa Joan Hart expresses deep remorse for being the one to expose a young Britney Spears to her first nightclub experience back in the 90s. Looking back, she admits that it is a decision she truly regrets.

BS and MJH’s friendship blossomed in 1999 when the talented actress from ‘Sabrina’ made a special appearance in Britney Spears’ music video for “(You Drive Me) Crazy”. In return, Britney returned the favor by guest starring on Melissa’s popular show on ABC.

Melissa from Entertainment Tonight provided additional context, revealing that she invited Britney to the nightclub because she noticed the constant swarm of people surrounding her, making it difficult for her to have any sense of freedom.


She didn’t anticipate it turning into a major issue, but she admits, “I used to frequent clubs every night because I have a passion for dancing and enjoying a night out. However, I was always aware of my limits and knew when it was time to call it quits.”

During a conversation about their initial night out together, MJH reminisced by saying, “She was young and underage, but I was determined to go out and have a good time.”

In the subsequent years, Britney’s reputation shifted, as she began frequenting the party scene more often. She formed close bonds with emerging female companions, such as Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan, during the early 2000s. Together, they formed a tight-knit group, regularly venturing out for weekend escapades in the city.

Melissa now admits that she may have inadvertently been the catalyst for Britney’s wild escapades. She expresses remorse, stating, “I still feel guilty about it today because, as her older sister, I should have known better.”

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After achieving considerable success in her career, Britney’s life took a drastic turn as she found herself under the control of a conservatorship established by her father, Jamie. However, this arrangement came to an end in 2021 after a lengthy 13-year period, largely due to the influence and impact of the #FreeBritney movement.


Calls have been made to reinstate a conservatorship for Britney, as her life appears to be falling apart, particularly in light of her recent erratic behavior with her current boyfriend.

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