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Pop diva Britney Spears yesterday defended her racy image, saying "if you don't like it, change the channel".

Fed up with being told she is a bad role model for children the singer asked: "Why are they mad at me?"

Britney, 21, also said she was "a little bitter" about men after her public break-up with Justin Timberlake.

The split hurt her so much she was not attracted to a single man for months, she said.

Britney's latest critic was the wife of an American governor who said she would like to "shoot" the pop star because of the example her sexy videos set to children.

"Why are they not going at Christina (Aguilera)? Have they seen what she has on?" Britney said.

"Beyonce (Knowles) dresses provocatively.

"Why don't they say something about her?" she said.

She admitted a recent near-naked picture of her on the front of a magazine went too far, saying it made her feel "kind of weird".

But she refused to talk about recent reports linking her with a married backing dancer, saying her personal life was "no-one's business".
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Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:Oct 28, 2003
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