Britney Spears' first Grammy win 'very embarrassing'

Britney Spears' first Grammy Awards show with Christina Aguilera was "very awkward," according to her sister.

On November 22, Jamie Lynn Spears appeared on the British reality show "I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!" ” discusses her famous brother. , and recalled an incident at the 2000 Grammy Awards.

"Want to hear about a really embarrassing thing that happened?" Jamie Lynn asked her I'm A Celebrity co-star. "It involves my sister. She's competing for her first Grammy. It's her and Christina [Aguilera]."

"Britney was obviously the biggest star that year and she worked her butt off," she continued. "They had an MTV camera crew at the house watching our family because it was a given, she won. She was there, but she lost."

Christina Aguilera on stage at the 2000 Grammy Awards. Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images

Jamie Lynn later recalled watching Aguilera accept the Best New Artist award on television at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards. "I was very young, probably about eight or seven. I just remember feeling like, 'This is terrible,'" she added.

Britney is 'heartbroken'

Talking about I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! Jamie Lynn went on to say that while "Christina is extremely talented," she believes her sister Britney should receive the coveted trophy.

"That year, I mean, come on, let's be honest, 'It's Britney, asshole,' like always," Jamie Lynn continued. "She literally said, 'I never want to go to the Grammys.'" She was heartbroken about it because she had dedicated her life to winning this. "

Britney Spears performs at the Grammy Awards. Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images

Britney wins Grammy award

Although Britney didn't win at the 2000 ceremony, she performed a live medley of "From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart" and "Baby One More Time."

Four years later, Britney was nominated for the 47th Grammy Awards and won the Best Dance Recording Award for "Toxic".

With a total of eight nominations throughout her career to date, Britney was last recognized by the Recording Academy in 2010 for her hit single "Womanizer."