Britney Spears ' fans are hoping to see her sit down with Oprah Winfrey for a tell-all interview. They're hoping for a chat similar to the one Prince Harry and Meghan Markle recently gave.
And they believe that chat show queen Oprah is the best person to dig deep with Britney as her conservatorship battle continues to rage on.
Controversy has long surrounded the legal arrangement, which means Britney can't make any big life decisions for herself or control her own hard-earned millions.
Britney has been under the conservatorship for eight years, ever since she suffered a series of mental crises.
She has petitioned for her father Jamie to be removed from the role, but a judge has ruled that he shall remain, sharing responsibility with Bessemer Trust.
His attorney Vivian Lee Thoreen has said that he'd love nothing more than to see Britney free of her conservatorship, but that it's not up to him.
She recently told CNN: "Whether or not there is an end to the conservatorship really depends on Britney. If she wants to end her conservatorship, she can file a petition to end it."
Now, the star's supporters are campaigning for Oprah to interview about her life and the legal arrangement.
One wrote on Twitter: "Can’t stop thinking about how much we need an Oprah interview with Britney. It would absolutely change her life."
Others tweeted Oprah directly to ask her to get involved, with one writing: "Dear @Oprah – We need you to interview Britney now." It's even claimed that Britney is keen to do an interview with Oprah.
A source told Closer: "Britney was incredibly moved by Meghan’s interview, as she likened her own feelings of entrapment as well as her struggles with mental health, which she thought was incredibly brave.
"With her dad still acting as co-conservator, Britney has every aspect of her life controlled, so she too feels like she has been forced into silence."
The insider added: "But as her fight to have her dad removed shows, Britney is finally fighting to take back control of her own life. "That includes having her say and addressing all the rumours about her when she can."