"Lately, I hear things and see things, and I'm just wondering, 'girl, WHAT IS UP?' Please stop acting like someone you're not. WEAR UNDERWEAR!!" pleaded one longtime fan on Spears' Web site on Thursday.
Talk-show host Rosie O'Donnell, who has jokingly offered to adopt Spears and her two baby sons, on Thursday offered her a gift -- a pair of red panties inscribed "No Peeking."
"Britney is succeeding in getting us to talk about her. From the beginning, Britney has made her career out of shocking us, and she ultimately will win because of it," Ken Baker, West Coast editor for Us Weekly, told Reuters.
Meanwhile, Female first UK reports that Britney Spears' wild partying is putting her music career in jeopardy.
The 'Toxic' singer - who recently filed for divorce from husband Kevin
Federline - spent every night of Thanksgiving weekend in Los Angeles
partying until 6am with new best friend Paris Hilton and the late nights are
taking their toll.
A source told the New York Post newspaper: "Britney has been missing recent
recording sessions because she has been out all night partying.
"Her label, Jive, is very worried."
The 24-year-old star, who has two young sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James,
has been telling her friends: "I gave birth for two-and-a-half years, and
now I want to party."
In other news, Britney has donated 170 personal items to an online auction at
Christie's in aid of the Britney Spears Foundation for children in need.
Among the items is a page from her junior high school notebook containing
her handwritten book report on Rex Warner's translation of Sophocles'
The essay is expected to fetch up to $700 at the auction, which takes place
on December 4, and is written in black ballpoint pen on both sides of the
Britney got 88 out of 100 for her efforts and gained comments from her
teacher including "Nice" and "Organised".