Britney Spears is back in action on social media after going radio silent for nearly two weeks.
The 38-year-old singer posted a video of her dancing in the entryway of her Los Angeles mansion. Britney decided to rock a black sports bra with multi-colored shorts. She looked to be enjoying her dance workout at home.
Britney really got into it while listening to Shaed and Zayn’s hit song “Trampoline.” She danced her heart out and showed off some of her old school Britney moves.
Britney captioned the post, “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 !!!! Live and express your body any way you want ???!!!!!!! @shaedband.”
Fans seemed a bit concerned in the comment section. One wrote, “Generally concerned.”
The dancing video comes hours after Britney appeared for the first time in weeks. The pop star had not posted on social media since October 19. The inactivity was odd given she usually likes to make multiple posts per day.
In the 13-second video, Britney reassured everyone that she is doing okay and feeling better than ever. She told fans, “So I know there have been a lot of comments and a lot of people saying a lot of different things about me. I just wanted to let you guys know that I’m fine, I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life.”
Britney’s social media blackout came after she posted a racy video dancing to Madonna’s “Justify My Love.” The singer wore a revealing red top with short black pants. Britney danced around her home in the sultry clip.
Many fans praised Britney’s performance and left a bunch of heart-eyed emojis in the comment section. The video caused quite the reaction online. The video was deleted hours later. #FreeBritney supporters believe one of Britney’s team members decided to scrub the video from her profile.
As The Blast previously reported, earlier this month, Britney scored a huge victory in her conservatorship battle. A Los Angeles Superior Court judge granted a motion allowing Britney to hire her own outside counsel in the case.
Britney’s father, Jamie Spears, objected to the motion arguing his daughter might not have the mental capacity to make her own decisions. He recently asked the court to have Britney speak for herself under oath. A judge has yet to make a final ruling.