Britney Spears' Stiff, Awkward Performance Style Caused By Medication, Dr. Drew Reveals!

Fri, April 1, 2011 11:40am EDT by 5 Comments

Dr. Drew draws a direct link between Britney’s dance moves and the treatment she’s receiving, allegedly for bipolar disorder.

If you watched Britney Spears‘ recent performance on Good Morning America and thought, “Gee, I miss when she actually danced,” you weren’t alone! Many die-hard Britney fans were left disappointed and confused by her ‘wooden’ appearance — but thankfully¬†we have brilliant minds like Dr. Drew Pinsky to make sense of it all. The good doc appeared March 31 on HLN to give us the lowdown on Britney’s condition.

“[Britney] has chronic psychiatric disorders that are going to need management probably her entire life, including probably medication,” Dr. Drew professed. “The medication typically used for [her alleged bipolar disorder] can make people look a little robotic and stiffer. That doesn’t mean they’re not stable.”

He said that, while she will need to be treated carefully for the rest of her life, the fans don’t need to worry about her losing her ability to perform. “It doesn’t mean [Britney] shouldn’t be working,” he said.

Good to know, doc!

Watch the entire groundbreaking scientific discussion below:

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