Christina Milian is joining the growing list of celebrities speaking out in support of Britney Spears and declaring that the singer should be freed from the restrictive conservatorship she’s been under for over a decade. The debate over the treatment of Britney Spears has been a hot-button issue lately as many influential voices have been adamant the “Womanizer” singer needs to be given more freedoms, however, it also seems Britney herself is not all that upset about being under the conservatorship.
38-year-old Milian was working up a sweat during her workout, especially since she was rocking out to Britney Spears’ famous jam, “Till The World Ends.”
The “Dip It Low” singer wore an orange sports bra and grooved to the music while getting her cardio session in on the treadmill.
Milian also hashtagged her video with the well-known #FreeBritney tag, and declared, “I miss Britney!”
She added, “I miss Britney Spears,” while admitting, “I need some hits right now,” to add to her workout track list.
Along with Christina Milian, other stars have used their platforms to speak out about Britney Spears’ situation. As we reported, former “Modern Family” star Ariel Winter also called out Britney’s father and showed support for the embattled singer.
However, recent court filings in Britney’s conservatorship case indicate that the 38-year-old star is happy with the current situation.
“This is a voluntary conservatorship, and Ms. Spears can apply to the Court at any time she wishes to terminate the conservatorship of either the person or the estate, or both. To date, she has not done so,” a recent filing by Jamie Spears stated.
After speaking about Britney Spears, Chrisitina Milian really got her fans’ attention by showing off some hot new pieces of lingerie from Rihanna’s SAVAGE x Fenty line. As an ambassador, Milian gets to showcase many hot pieces of lingerie for the masses, as she’s an incredible marketing asset.
Revealing herself in a nude-colored bra and matching thong from the Garden of Eden series, Milian said she loved the look and even pointed out the accented rhinestones adorned on the undies.
Although it’s been a struggle during the COVID-19 pandemic, Christina Milian has been able to keep her Beignet Box, mobile beignet truck, slinging powdery treats, although it’s at a much-limited capacity. Earlier in the year, she was forced to put the brakes on many trucks in cities across the US, as the restrictions for food service during coronavirus made it impossible to operate. However, she recently visited a food truck that was in service and showcased the employees making beignets while wearing proper protective equipment.