It turns out Britney Spears is a fan of Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club.
The star shared a love letter to the two Big little lies actress and executive producer and YA’s final choice of Reese’s Book Club, Lauren Blackwood’s In these wicked walls, Thursday.
“Thank you @reesewitherspoon for being the embodiment of full enlightenment with your girlish nature for inspiring me to read In these wicked walls … it’s good to remember that it’s not always what you see in front of you !!! The magic of books can take you anywhere in the world !!! “wrote Spears.” It’s a good book … thank you !!! ”
In addition to posting a page from the book, Spears commented on a photo Witherspoon shared on Aug. 11, which showed her holding a cup of coffee with a few suggested daily rituals, like âhave fun,â printed on it.
âAnd yes,â Spears wrote, âI’ll take your advice and hydrateâ¦ and CAFFEINATE [sic] … say something nice … be silly … have hope and kick ass !!! You have inspired me all my life … thank you !!! “
She also asked him a question: “Psss what and who’s talking to your mind deep down ???”
Draper founder James commented, âOh honey! It touches my heart! Thank you.
Blackwood, who is a first-time writer, also took notice of Spears’ kind words. She was more than a little excited.
âI am inconsistent,â Blackwood wrote. “Overwhelmed. Britney Spears reads and enjoys my book. BRITNEY. SPEARS.”
Witherspoon is a longtime Spears fan. As some commentators have noted, she said in her 2001 episode of MTV Personal diary what had a crush on Spears.
In April of this year, Witherspoon spoke to Time on his reaction to the much-watched documentary Coaching Britney Spears, who investigated the controversial guardianship of Spears. She noted that while both women rose to fame around the same time in the late ’90s, for some reason she was called a good girl and Spears was described as the exact opposite. Witherspoon sympathized with the singer.
“What if the media had decided that I was something else? I would be in a totally different position,” she told the magazine. “I mean it’s my decisions or the career choices I made, but it was very arbitrary and a little shitty.”