Britney Spears wants her conservatorship to end: What happens next?

Christopher Melcher: That was a surprise from the testimony on Wednesday – that it wasn’t in a closed session. I was hoping, for Britney’s sake, that the court would close the courtroom to the public, because the nature of this conservatorship is highly personal. It involves medical issues, mental health issues, conflict with her father. I don’t think it’s healthy for Britney to have all that information blasted out in public and to be critiqued and repeated.