Britney Spears takes a friendly swipe at her father JAMIE in her new fly-on-the-wall documentary - by mocking his gestures and actions in front of a group of pals.
The Toxic superstar took time out from filming her Womanizer promo to entertain friends with a satirical take on her beloved dad - who was named as the conservator of the singer's estate following her public meltdown earlier this year (08).
In the footage, filmed for Spears' tell-all MTV documentary, Britney: For The Record, the star makes fun of her dad's phone manner and his behaviour when he gets stressed with her.
Performing in front of pals, Spears puts on a strong Louisiana accent, saying, "Britney, now get your ass in here, you sit your ass down!"
The singer then storms about the room talking into a phone, much to the amassment of her entourage.
But the skit may hide Spears' real feelings towards her father - after she revealed his control of her career and wealth sometimes stifles her creativity.
She admits, "I think it's too in control. If I wasn't under the restraints I'm under, I'd feel so liberated. When I tell them the way I feel, it's like they hear but they're really not listening."
However, before it was announced Jamie Spears would permanently oversee her estate as part of a co-conservatorship agreement with the courts, Spears' appointed lawyer Samuel Ingham claimed she had been for the decision when it went to court. Ingham told the judge at the October (08) hearing, "I've met several times with (Britney) and she requested that I not object to the permanent conservatorship."