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Apparently, Britney Spears thinks her sister should have said a lot more in her recent interview with ABC News!

As we reported, Jamie Lynn Spears spoke with Juju Chang this week to promote her upcoming memoir, Things I Should Have Said, and also discussed her strained relationship with the Toxic singer as well as the pop princess’ conservatorship.

Now, a source has come out to share with Page Six how Britney felt about the misty-eyed sit-down — and it’s safe to say the Grammy winner isn’t begging her little sis for an encore. Related: Jamie Lynn Reveals HORRIFIC DM From Troll Amid Feud With Britney According to the insider, the mother-of-two is “rolling her eyes” at JLS’s responses, explaining: The source went on to say that Britney’s side of the story has yet to be told, adding: That does sound frustrating — especially considering how momma said in court last year that she was bothered by family members being able to speak freely on TV when she wasn’t able to do so because of her conservatorship — but let’s be honest: the world is still waiting with bated breath to hear Britney’s side!

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