Britney Spears was definitely feeling herself yesterday when she took a stroll in the California sunshine. The 38-year-old “Womanizer” songstress gave Instagram a glimpse at the private garden party, and it’s really a sight to be seen.
This newfound confidence is a vast improvement from just ten days ago, when Spears said she “felt like an ugly duckling” during her Louisiana school days.
One thing that’s remained the same is a piece of ~~me~~ her outfit.
Keep reading to see Brit’s sultry clip! ?
While walking the imaginary runway, Spears paired her staple hair flip with the toned tummy she’s kept up for over 20 years.
The pop star revealed in the caption that she had been enlightened just ahead of her smokeshow:
“Today I put my favorite white top on …. ran outside …. took my shoes off in the grass and realized that imagination is more powerful than knowledge ??⭐️?✨!!!!!”
A quick scroll through her off-beat Instagram feed will reveal that Spears wasn’t kidding about her liking of white tops. However, her 25 million followers didn’t seem too concerned about the alleged outfit-repeating.
One concluded that the “Circus” star “INVENTED WALKING.”
This was ranked just below a reply from fellow chart assassin Ariana Grande.
“?? queen,” the GRAMMY winner wrote. Grande’s simple sentiment was at one point averaging around 500 new likes every hour.
Lots of love was left under Grande’s response, as hundreds praised her for being a “queen complimenting another queen ?♥️”
To Spears, someone expressed, “I can’t IMAGINE a world without you!!! ???”
They were probably very happy when she returned within the hour to impart more wisdom to her massive audience.
Her second May 27th musing showed an eager child pretending to be a pilot. Displayed at the top was a quote from Albert Einstein: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”
This not only exposed the spark of Spears’ video caption earlier, but it also resulted in her being named the “Queen of knowledge and imagination.”
This became one of many crowns thrown at her feet in the comments. Spears, who felt like an outcast in school, was now titled the “queen of teaching” and the “Queen of quotes.”
What seems to have gone unnoticed is that she shared the same quote via a different graphic amidst her critically-acclaimed coronavirus quarantine.
The March 31st version was expanded, adding Einstein’s belief that “knowledge is limited” but “imagination encircles the world.”
Included amongst the then-new Spears superlatives were “queen of never discouraging a child’s imagination” and “queen of using the word encircles.”