Britney Spears was not a fan of 'Breaking Bad' finale

Britney Spears was not a fan of 'Breaking Bad' finale
Britney Spears said she thought the "Breaking Bad" finale was "really sad." (Al Powers / Powers Imagery / Invision / Associated Press)

Slow up there, "Breaking Bad" fans. Your post-finale warm and fuzzies have just come to an end, courtesy of Miss Britney Spears. It turns out, though Britney shared your seemingly limitless love for the meth-cooking adventures of Walter White, your commonality ends with the final episode. Turns out she's not a fan.

The pop songstress behind the current hit single "Work Bitch" appeared on New York radio station Z100 recently to promote her music, but it wasn't long before "Breaking Bad" came up. When asked about her thoughts on the finale, she said: "I thought it was really sad. I didn't like it at all. I don't think [Walt] should have died."

And because everyone has their thoughts on how it should have ended, Britney offered up her own take on a fitting conclusion: "Maybe they'll do another episode where the ambulance comes and revives him or something."

So there you go, "Breaking Bad" fans. It turns out, the finale love is not universal. And even the biggest of pop stars could not bring herself to completely turn on the cold, calculating nature of Walter White.

Now, let's see what we can do about getting Britney to guest star on "Better Call Saul."