Here's why Britney Spears can't move on with long time love, Justin Timberlake

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake is one of the hottest items in the 90's but years after they broke up, the "Toxic" singer's BFF revealed why she can't get over with the love that got away.

Spears' life, as of now, seems to be under control but few years before, the famous pop star has been involved in many scandalous events.

However, before the controversies and popularity, the "Womanizer" has kept secrets that fans have never heard of.

The secrets were revealed in the upcoming episode of Reelz series, National Enquirer Investigates. According to RadarOnline, Spears started her career as a member of the new Mickey Mouse Club in the 90's together with Timberlake.

Eventually, the two got closer and closer until they began having a relationship. They even had their first kiss in the famous Disney TV show.

In 1998, the "Baby One More Time" singer joined 'NSync's tour and this started rumors about their dating. Two years after, Kevin Federline's ex-wife and Jessica Biel's husband has become the "biggest power couple."

"Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake dating was like the pop princess and pop prince coming together for a royal wedding," said the Managing Editor of the National Enquirer Melissa Cronin.

Meanwhile, Spears' BFF Alexsandra Wright said that the "Pretty Girls" singer and Timberlake were "really each other's first love."

Sadly, their relationship didn't last unlike what most fans are expecting. In March 2002, the pop stars called it quits alongside the cheating rumors.

Soon after, Spears had been involved in many controversies that left people in shock. One of which is when she shaved her head bald in 2007. The "I'm A Slave 4 U" singer has also placed herself in several relationships that became headlines.

Thank heavens. Spears' life has become way better than before.

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