Supernanny Jo Frost would help Britney Spears
While Britney Spears is still unfit to handle court proceeding, L.A. Superior Court Commissioner Reva Goetz ruled Thursday, Supernanny Jo Frost maybe able to lend her a hand. During an interview on Entertainment Tonight, Frost said she thought she could use her nanny superpowers for good, not evil.
"I do believe she loves her children very much and I'd be more than happy to help her. To be able to put her on the right track and feel more empowered as a parent," Frost said. "Importance in motherhood is about really relating to other mothers, being able to have support groups and it's about Britney being in a place where she's feeling secure and confident in herself, so that she is able to take care of her little ones and give them what they need from her, which is their mother around."
Goetz said a business plan for Spears is due in court on June 13. That gives her plenty of time to shoot an episode of Supernanny. After the ratings jump for How I Met Your Mother, you'd think ABC would jump at the opportunity.