The Hits Keep Coming...

Sure Britney may have had a tough few weeks ---y'know with officially losing her kids, her career, and her mind--- but hope is just around the corner. The celebrity A-Listers have rallied to her defense. Former Hole frontwoman (and current wetmare fodder) Courtney Love delivered her support in a pithy, but eloquent statement:
I know everything. The DCS in LA is a horror show they are angry ... they hated me for my status wealth etc - and they took it out on the kid. Once your in that system it is [expletive] up, so B (Britney) get out! Before you judge walk a mile in her shoes.
I don't know what that means, but perhaps fellow batshit crooner Sinead O'Conner does, because she took some time out from not being famous to say:
'I think to attack someone as a mother is very dangerous,' she said. 'I would say that's what puts a young girl on a precipice which is very, very dangerous, in my opinion.'
Solid point. Attacking Britney has put her on a precipice. Not drugs. Not denial. Not her minuscule southern fried brain. Criticism. Well, hey, I'm not picky. Really. Whatever gets her there is totally cool with me. And while you're out on that ledge Brits, here are some well wishes I collected for you from the Hollywood elite:

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