Britney Spears stepped out for the first time since Hulu’s controversial documentary aired last month. The 39-year-old star was spotted taking a walk with one of her sons, 14-year-old Jayden, and her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, on Tuesday in Los Angeles. The paparazzi weren’t far behind, making sure to capture the blonde bombshell in her first outing since “Framing Britney Spears” hit the streaming site.
The “Oops!… I Did It Again” singer seemed to be in good spirits and even posed for the shutterbugs during her afternoon walk.
Keeping it casual to hit the streets, Britney Spears rocked a mint green sweatshirt but made sure to show a whole lot of leg on the bottom. Slipping her famous curves into the smallest shorts on the planet, the Princess of Pop wasted no time bending over in short shorts.
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Stopping to wrap her arms around a colorful bunny statue, Britney Spears leaned in and posed while making sure to protect herself by wearing a mask over her mouth and nose. Scroll to see Britney Spears out!
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Proving she’s all legs despite her petite frame, the “I’m a Slave 4 U” singer sported the tiny white shorts without a care in the world despite the many obstacles she’s faced in the recent months. Click here for the video!
While Hulu’s “Framing Britney Spears” shined a light on the unfair treatment the popstar received during the highest and lowest point of her career, fans rallied around the star. The controversial documentary isn’t the only reason that Britney Spears has been making headlines recently. Keep scrolling!
Just one day after Britney Spears was all smiles on her outing, her attorneys joined her mother, Lynne Spears, and father, Jamie Spears, in court to discuss the conservatorship over her estate. They are scheduled to meet again to discuss the matter at the end of April.
While Britney Spears is still fighting her conservatorship battle, her romance with Sam Aghari has been heating up. He recently expressed his desire to have a child with the singer, telling Forbes, “I want to take my relationship to the next step, as well. I don’t mind becoming a father. I want to be a young dad.”