According to Britney Spears, her new lifestyle is too controlled. “If I wasn’t under the restraints that I’m under right now, with all the lawyers and doctors and people analyzing me every day and all that kind of stuff … I’d feel so liberated, and feel like myself,” says the “Womanizer” star. In her upcoming 90-minute film, “Britney: For the Record,” airing Nov. 30 on MTV and LOGO, Spears gets real for the camera. Discussing everything from dodging the paparazzi to her personal and financial affairs, Spears even admits to feeling sad about her career even though she’s on the upswing. “There’s no excitement, there’s no passion, there’s nothing. It’s just like ‘Groundhog Day’ every day, I’m really bored.” While Britney is feeling ‘blue’ about her career fans are certainly excited about Spears new album “Circus,” equally if not more apt to pick the project up like the star’s MTV Music Award winning album “Blackout.” To Spears the ‘Circus’ is all to much though. “I never wanted to become one of those prisoner people – I always wanted to feel free and get in my car and go and not let people make me feel like I have to stay in my home. I think that was always the part of me that kinda got me in trouble.” In related news, Britney’s new promo video for “Circus” recently premiered, watch it below: “Britney: For The Record,” airs Nov. 30 on MTV/LOGO. Spears highly anticipated album “Circus” drops Dec. 2.