Washington, Apr 13 : Britney Spears' former manager Larry Rudolph has sparked speculation that he has reunited with the troubled pop star by announcing that she is ready to make a glorious comeback.
Rudolph had been dismissed by Spears after he joined forces with her parents and staged an intervention to get her to enter rehab at the beginning of last year (07).
However, according to New York gossip column PageSix, Rudolph has been let back into Spears' life.
The former manager was seen meeting the singer four times over the past few weeks and reporting "huge improvements in her".
"She's still got a comeback in her. She's in great shape, I mean really great shape. She's in an amazing position for a comeback right now. She could end up being the biggest comeback in history," Contactmusic quoted Rudolph as telling MySpace Celebrity.
"The public, for a while, was throwing darts at her. I think the tide turned and people started to understand what was going on with her.
"Everyone is rooting for her. Everybody wants to see her get through it... to see Britney back on stage. She is the world's greatest entertainer," he added.
Regarding Spears' recent appearance on the TV sitcom 'How I Met Your Mother', Rudolph insisted that she loved returning to the spotlight.
"It was a really positive experience for her. She talked about it quite a bit the last time I saw her... She wants to do it again," he said.