"Domination" was supposed to kick off on February 13 but rehearsals were put on hold when Spears' father fell ill late a year ago. In April, she checked herself into a mental health facility, but fans believed the visit was against her will and mandated by her father, who is her conservator and therefore has legal control over important life decisions.
Spears recently completed a 30-day stint at a mental health facility and Rudolph revealed how she still hadn't called him to return back to work. Spears is still under contract to RCA Records and Rudolph speculated that she may continue recording in the future and that she'll come back to it when she is ready. "If that time never comes again it will never come again", he said.
"I have no desire or ability to make her work again", he confessed. She wants to spend every moment she can with them and can't wait for their summer break to begin. And, if she ever does want to work again, I am here to tell her if it is a good idea or not, " he said.
Rudolph, alluding to the singer's history of psychiatric issues, which has kept her under a conservatorship since 2008, said, "It was the flawless storm". She was excited. She hasn't called me in months. "I understand how much these fans love her and support her and I love that", says Rudolph.
"He insisted, "[Britney] is the one whose focus is on [getting better].
Earlier this week, TMZ photogs spoke with Spears' mom Lynne, who said Britney was doing "wonderful", but kept mum on whether her famous daughter was being held against her will. Lynne recently filed court documents asking to be informed about all matters dealing with Britney's conservatorship.
Rudolph said he was putting her well-being before her career. Personally, I want for her to just find a peaceful, happy place - whatever that means for her.
Some unconfirmed media reports, citing an unidentified tipster, claimed the singer was refusing to take medication that had been prescribed in the wake of her erratic behavior in 2007 and 2008.
TMZ previously reported Spears' medications may have triggered her mental health issues.
Rudolph, a talent manger and former entertainment lawyer is not involved in the actress, songwriter, dancer's conservatorship; he was only given medical information that directly impacts Spears' career.