Britney Spears assured fans that she is doing “fine” after being under the radar for the past few weeks.
Over her Instagram, the pop princess dismissed her fans’ worries as she cleared that she is the “happiest” she has ever been.
“I know that there have been a lot of comments and a lot of people saying a lot of different things about me, but I just want to let you guys know that I am fine. I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life, and I am sending all of you guys a lot of prayers, wishes, and a lot of love,” she mentioned.
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Britney Spears updates fans with throwback pic and a dancing clip
Following this, the former Disney star shared a series of snaps which she admitted was taken a couple of weeks ago that has not debuted on her feed.
“The first pic was taken over the weekend, but the second one was a shot I took three months ago that I haven’t shared yet,” the caption reads.
It appears that Spears missed sharing a glimpse of her life as she posted another clip as she danced and twirls to the song “Trampoline” by Shaed.
Over her post, she admitted that she finds happiness “dancing for herself” and went on to describe that dancing is “such a vulnerable thing.”
“Performing for thousands of people is a cool feeling ….. but I also find joy in dancing for myself !!!!! The language of dance is really beautiful!!! You say so much without saying a word … using your body to express the way you feel !!!!,” she wrote.
Spears went on and encouraged her fans to “live and express your body any way you want,”
Fans doubtful over Britney Spears’ status
Despite the “Piece of Me” hitmaker’s update on social media, fans were not convinced that the pop star is at her happiest.
“If you have to tell people you’re fine and you look like this, you’re not fine,” one wrote, while the second one shared the same stance and pointed out that she “looks terrified.”
An individual penned her doubts and wrote, “Hoping that these are true statements.”
Britney Spears’ videos came two weeks after the Disney alum granted her request amid her 12-year conservatory battle.
Considered as a minor victory, the pop princess will be allowed to expand her legal team under her temporary conservator and longtime manager, Jodi Montgomery.
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