Even as Britney Spears' s close friends and family pray for her well-being, the Associated Press (AP) has started writing her obituary.
AP entertainment editor Jesse Washington said that if Britney dies, owing to her bizarre behaviour and alleged suicidal tendencies, it would become the biggest stories of all time.
"We are not wishing it, but if Britney passed away, it's easily one of the biggest stories in a long time," Usmagazine.com quoted Washington, as saying.
Washington said that the 26-year-old singer is certainly at risk these days and if something unfortunate happens, they have to be prepared in advance.
"I think one would agree that Britney seems at risk right now. Of course, we would never wish any type of misfortune on anybody and hope that we would never have to use it until 50 years from now...but if something were to happen, we would have to be prepared," said Washington.
The editor also said that AP has a "pretty extensive obituary operation," and that staffers are "constantly adding people."
Meanwhile, TV personality Rosie O'Donnell recently predicted that Britney will suffer the same fate as Princess Diana, if she will be constantly hogged by the paparazzi.