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Britney Spears Converts to Judaism?

By Josh Loposer |

Has Britney found a new faith, one with 3,000 years of beautiful tradition, from Moses to Sandy Koufax? According to the latest round of gossip (spawned by a single piece of jewelry), Britney may be shedding her Baptist roots in order to raise her boys in the Jewish tradition.

The internet rumor mill is in an uproar after Britney was photographed with her boys yesterday at the Eiffel Tower, wearing a Star of David necklace. The most popular theory is that some celebrity has convinced Britney to convert to Judaism, just like Madonna got her to go Kabbalah for a while.

Everybody seems to want to know: what does it mean? Well people, it’s Britney Spears we’re talking about here. Do most of Britney’s fashion choices have a deep, well-reasoned meaning?

Sure, she could be converting… OR Brit-Brit may have gotten all political and stuff overnight. Thu,s she’s now showing her support for Israel, because she’s going to run for political office. That’s my personal hypothesis, just for the record.


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Josh Loposer

Josh Loposer is a professional writer based in Austin, TX and has previously contributed to the Entertainment and Celebrity channels on Babble.

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0 thoughts on “Britney Spears Converts to Judaism?

  1. Lila says:

    Maybe she just thought it was a nice star, or she thinks she’s supporting her local sheriff.

  2. Kristin says:

    Nice Big Lebowski reference.

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