Britney Spears’ 73-year-old grandfather June A. Spears tells Globe magazine that he can’t remember her granddaughter’s performance the day after seeing it. “Britney took me to her concert and the next day, I had no memory of it,” he said. “I only know I went because she reminds me.” June added, “It’s rough. And the docs say there isn’t anything they can do. The funny thing is that I can remember what I did 30 years ago.” June’s memory loss is also taking a toll on Britney. “She’s shed a lot of tears over this,” a pal revealed. “Britney told me, ‘It’s the worst thing ever, worse than the breakup with [Justin Timberlake] and Even worse than my parents’ divorce’. She has been very close to her granddad all her life. He is a talented fiddle player and taught her to love music from the time she was little. Britney says she probably would never have had her career if it wasn’t for his influence.” June concluded, “I’m afraid the day will come when I won’t even recognize Britney. That scares me. She is everything to me.”
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