Britney Spears insists she’s ‘not the best dancer’ as she shows off wild moves in tiny shorts to Beyonce track – The Sun

BRITNEY Spears has showed off wild dance moves once again as she let loose to a Beyonce song while rocking teeny-tiny shorts.

The 38-year-old pop star insisted to her nearly 25 million Instagram followers that she might not be “the best dancer” but does it for the “joy and expression.”




The Womanizer singer said that she “danced her tail off” over 4th of July weekend.

Britney’s energetic video is the latest in a series of dance routines the music icon has showed off in recent months.

In the clip, the showstopper rocked a pair of barely-there floral bottoms and showed off her toned stomach in a black sports bra.

The mom of two twirled around her mansion’s living room while doing a series of dips and head spins.



She captioned the clip: "I wanted to listen to Beyoncé ….. “Haunted" is such a beautiful song and I have never danced to it before.

“I never said I was the best dancer …. I dance simply because it fills my heart with joy and expression,” she admitted.

The Mood Ring songstress concluded: “PS if I’m haunting you …. you must be haunting me!!!!!!!  PSSSS my 80s pony tail shows how cool I am!!!!!!”

Yesterday, Britney fans expressed they were “confused” after she showcased a quirky "left and right" dance routine holding a colorful bouquet.


The chart star took to her caption to explain why she was holding a bright bouquet at the start of the routine and wrote: "HOLY HOLY CRAP!!!!!!

"My florist surprised me today by making the flower arrangement all different colors…

"I was so excited I threw on my favorite yellow shirt and just had to SHARE!!!!”

The “Princess of Pop” continued the rest of the dance to Blinding Lights, by The Weekend as she appeared on screen, first from the left hand side then from the right.

She then strolled back out of shot using the opposite side.


Why is #freebritney trending and what does conservatorship mean?

Britney Spear's conservatorship was recently extended after 12 years, sparking outrage from fans.

It was implemented in 2008 after the singer's series of public mental breakdowns.

Her conservatorship prevents her from controlling her life or having any access to her million-dollar fortune.

Fans of Britney Spears say the 38-year-old superstar is being manipulated and controlled under the grounds of her conservatorship.

Under the hashtag #freebritney, they're calling for the end of her conservatorship after Kanye West announced he would be running for president of the United States.

"Britney Spears goes through a mental health crisis publicly and she loses her rights. Kanye West goes through a mental health crisis publicly and he runs for president," one fan tweeted.

Britney currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets — those rights were granted to her father and a lawyer 12 years ago.

The smiley video was enough to baffle some fans, and one wrote: "What in the hell is going on Britney??

"You trying to show us that you can do nothing but walk back and forth and still get 2 million views!?!?”

Another put: "I’m also noticing a lot of left…right…left…right… a lot of repetition in her posts .. not just this post but in many of her posts she does this type of thing.”

Fans of Britney believe the superstar is being manipulated and controlled under the grounds of her conservatorship.


The entertainer currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets as those rights were granted to her father, Jamie Spears, and a lawyer 12 years ago.

It was implemented in 2008 after the singer's series of public mental breakdowns and recently extended, infuriating her fanbase.

The topic blew up on Twitter this week after Kanye West, 43, announced his intention to run for President as fans noted that he, too, was hospitalized for mental illness and held against his will.

"Britney Spears goes through a mental health crisis publicly and she loses her rights. Kanye West goes through a mental health crisis publicly and he runs for president," one tweeted.

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