Rose McGowan is "brutally angry" about Britney Spears' conservatorship.
The 'Charmed' actress has urged the 'Toxic' singer to "fight on" and lent her support to the 39-year-old pop star's bid to take back control of her life.
She said in a video message shared to Twitter: "Fight on Britney we're with you, we hear you, we have heard you, I know the cost of your control... There is freedom on the other side.
"I pray this judge gives you your life back and I'm brutally angry that it has to be this way, for someone to rule for you to get your life back.
"Can you imagine what that's like any of you out there? Our course not. She's angry, righteous anger changes the world. Keep fighting, we're with you.#FreeBritney"
Rose spoke out after Britney addressed a court on Wednesday (23.06.21), where she detailed how she is unable to "live a full life",claimed she'd been prevented from marrying partner Sam Asghari or have any more children and called for her father Jamie Spears and others involved in her guardianship to be jailed.
A host of other stars have spoken out in support of the 'Womanizer' singer.
'Selling Sunset' star Chrishell Stause tweeted: "I will 1000% RIOT if Britney is not freed. We are SO PROUD of you @britneyspears! Listening to her call is equal parts heartbreaking and infuriating. #freebritneyNOW and then change the laws."
Actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson wrote: "Britney deserves freedom. She deserves to reap the rewards of her years of hard work. Britney deserves to be happy. [heart emoji] #FreeBritney(sic)"
Actress KeKe Palmer praised Britney's bravery in speaking out.
She posted: "All of them need to go to jail!!!!! My girl was finally able to speak up against her conservatorship after they tried to make her fear damaging her "image" just to keep her quiet!
"How cruel to do that to someone that has only known performing their whole life. Then to contort the very thing she loved by making her do it on YOUR time. Money is the great root of all evil!
"But the light will always win, I'm so happy that Britney was able to tell the truth today and I'm ready to raise hell!
"And to add, she is VERY strong and brave. To hear her speak the way she did even after all of this I'm just so glad. They could not break her!!! That's a testimony.(sic)"
Songwriter Diane Warren, who wrote 'When Your Eyes Say It' for the star also posted in support.
She tweeted: "I feel bad for Britney and hope she can get her life back."
The likes of Andy Cohen, Sarah Jessica Parker, Vera Wang, and Lisa Rinna showed their support by sharing the hashtag #FreeBritney.
Britney called for the end of her conservatorship during the court hearing, insisting it is doing her "way more harm than good".
She said: "I am not happy, I can’t sleep. I’m so angry, it’s insane. And I’m depressed. I am traumatised. I just want my life back.
"I want to end this conservatorship without being evaluated. This conservatorship is doing me way more harm than good. I deserve to have a life, I've worked my whole life. I deserve to have a two to three-year break."
Britney - who has kids Sean, 15, and Jayden, 14, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline - claims her conservators have made her get an IUD (intrauterine device) as a form of birth control so she cannot currently have children, even though she wants to "get married and have a baby" with her boyfriend Sam Asghari.
Following Britney's comments, Jamie's legal team released a statement insisting he "loves his daughter very much".
They said: "He is sorry to see is daughter suffering and in so much pain. Mr Spears loves his daughter very much."