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Queen Of Quarantine: 5 Royal Ramblings From Britney Spears

Britney Spears | Faceboo
By Alyssa McCraw

It might be toxic out there, but she's not slippin' under!

Britney Spears has the unique ability of posting literally the most random content without losing any credibility amongst her fans. In fact, since Spears' social isolation has only aided the amping up said sharing, the many monikers placed upon her by us peasants has only multiplied.

It was with this in mind that we compiled a quick collection of Spears' social media musings she mustered up whilst constrained to the confines of her Calabasas compound.

For starters, she wants you to know that she likes "the white flower in [her] garden better than the pink one."

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Queen of Fake Flowers


We actually can't tell if the flower is real or if she used a filter (and we've spent way too much time trying to figure it out). And, If we're being v honest, we're just as confused about the aforementioned pink flower as botanist Britney has made many-a-recent-post peddling her pretty petals. A quick scroll through her floral-filled feed will provide you with at least three blooms fitting the bill.

SIDEBAR: Looks like she's swapped out her beloved red background for this white-wall wonder. Maybe it's cuz y'all bullied her!

Queen Of Sanitation


Wait, make that four flowers!

One of her earliest pandemic-related posts contained water in the shape of a rose with the iconic caption of "stay clean my friends!!!!!!" - no emphasis added; all of these exclamation marks are the intellectual property of Miss Britney Jean Spears.

One representative, speaking for the collective fanbase, proclaimed that "she just cured CORONAVIRUS!" Additional soldiers of the Britney Army proceeded to affirm our fearless general, deeming her the "queen of hygiene, "queen of awareness," and "queen of saving the earth."

Queen of Education

Giphy | Britney Spears

Following her scientific discovery and reminding us that true wealth is our health, botanist-turned-brainiac Brit taught us that knowledge is NOT power.

And did so using a little letter, located in a library.

"Imagination is more important than knowledge," Brit advised. "Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world." This quote might be credited to that of Albert Einstein, but we credit its image source of "" as redirecting from that of ""

Plenty of others agreed, naming her "queen of using the word encircles" and "queen of never discouraging a child's imagination."

Queen of Memories

Britney Spears and Verne Troyer at the Teen Choice Awards 2002 held at the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, Ca., August 4, 2002.
Gettyimages | Kevin Winter

An under-publicized milestone in Spears' career was when she "invented award ceremonies." At least, that's what someone in the comments said - and for our purposes, we're gonna roll with it.

Speaking of roll: Brit was really on one when she participated in fallback Friday by sharing with a photo from the 2002 Teen Choice Awards alongside her "Austin Powers" co-star, the late Verne Troyer. Her April 4th update came after wishing baby sister Jamie Lynn Spears a happy birthday with a snap from the same event.

Thus, the "queen of presenting" simultaneously became the "queen of posting throwback pictures."

Queen of Thankfulness

Britney Spears has her phone ready for the launch of her mobile app "American Dream" in 2016.
Britney Spears | Facebook

Another minimalistic graphic; another specific message.

On March 30th, Brit thanked "all of the wonderful people helping us get through this time." The occupations highlighted in her photo list included "grocery store clerks, medical professionals, restaurant workers, truck drivers, generous neighbors, warehouse workers, sanitation workers, and farmers."

In addition to "queen of communism" (click here if you missed it), Spears' sweet sentiments brought on loving labels such as "queen of showing gratitude" and "queen of thanking people."

We could go on for literal days, but this seems like a natural stopping point - from the bottom of our broken heart, we appreciate everyone holding it down for us on the frontlines!!!

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