Britney Spears Fans Speculate 'Everytime' Music Video Conceals Clues About Aborted Pregnancy with Justin Timberlake

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In the wake of Britney Spears' revelations about her past relationship with Justin Timberlake in her new memoir "The Woman In Me," fans are fervently dissecting her 2003 music video for "Everytime."

Following Britney's disclosure that she and Timberlake had a pregnancy and subsequent abortion during their 1999-2002 relationship, enthusiasts are scrutinizing the video for hidden meanings.

The "Everytime" music video, where Britney sings against the backdrop of a woman giving birth, has captured fans' attention. Close-up shots of a woman and her baby have led fans to believe that these images might be subtle references to the child she could have had with Timberlake.

The haunting chorus, "And every time I see you in my dreams I see your face, you're haunting me. I guess I need you, baby," has further fueled speculation about the untold story behind the lyrics.

Notably, the timing of the song's release in 2003, following Timberlake's hit "Cry Me a River" in 2002, adds a layer of intrigue. Timberlake had previously stated that he wrote "Cry Me a River" after a heated argument with Britney, but her recent revelations suggest a more complex narrative.

Fans are also paying close attention to lyrics like "I make-believe that you are here. It's the only way I see clear. What have I done?" and "You seem to move on easy," interpreting them as allusions to Timberlake's reaction to the alleged abortion.

While Britney Spears has openly shared her side of the story, Justin Timberlake has yet to comment on her claims, leaving fans in anticipation for any response from the other side of this intriguing tale.

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