Britney Spears In Tiny Two-Piece Feels ‘So Relatable’

Pop star Britney Spears has been pretty active on Instagram on Friday night, leaving comments on and then disabling them.

She deleted and then reposted some Instagram carousels, and then waited until the early hours of Saturday morning in order to post some more!

Britney Spears In Tiny Two-Piece Asks ‘Should I Not Let You Guys Miss Saying Hi?’

Britney Spears In Tiny Two-Piece Feels ‘So Relatable’
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The “Toxic” singer shared a whole Instagram carousel full of screenshots from previous videos of her dancing in a tiny red top and camo print bottoms. Her long blonde hair bangs are tied back out of her face as she moves her hands in different positions in front of her face.

In the caption of this post, it seems that Britney was finally addressing the reason why she left her comments on. “When people say everywhere I go …. ‘we missed you we missed you’ I’m like so enthralled that I’m so relatable you can speak to me even when you’re not spoken to … because I CARE 🖕🏻!!!” she wrote. “I mean … should I not let you guys miss saying hi and disturb the peace ☮️ ???”

What Is Britney’s Caption Supposed To Mean?

It sounds like Britney is saying that people approach her saying, “We missed you” when she steps out in public. She feels “enthralled” that people will speak to her without her addressing them first and feels that it makes her “so relatable,” according to some interpretations. At the end of the caption, she asks, “Should I not let you guys miss saying hi and disturb the peace ???” meaning that she likes to let her followers interact every now and again, despite the divisive comments that she gets.

Of course, it is only one interpretation of what Britney meant to say and there are other theories out there. Comments were disabled on this Instagram post so fans couldn’t debate it there, but the post did receive over 100,000 likes from fans who showed their support for the pop star.

Britney Spears Dances To ‘Take On Me’ In A Yellow Dress

In yet another Instagram video, the “Gimme More” singer danced around a little bit while wearing a short-sleeve yellow dress that fell to her upper thighs. She paired the look with open-toe sandals and left her long blonde hair loose, letting it fall around her face.

She is wearing the same black choker necklace as she has in other videos, although this one is set to a-ha’s hit song “Take On Me.” In the caption, she wrote, “Yellow hello !!!” along with a yellow heart emoji and left comments disabled.

Britney Has Been Using The Snake Emoji A Lot Lately!

The pop star actually shared two videos to a-ha’s “Take On Me.” She is wearing the same outfit as the last video as she whips her long blonde hair around and walks back and forth in front of the camera, adjusting the thin fabric of her yellow dress as she does so.

In the caption of this Instagram post, she dropped three emojis, including one of a snake, which might be used to represent her new snake tattoo or the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards performance of “I’m A Slave 4 U,” in which Britney made her stamp on pop culture history when she danced with a giant python draped around her shoulders.

Britney Spears To Discuss VMAs Performance In Her Memoir ‘The Woman In Me’

The “Oops!… I Did It Again” singer only performed with a snake around her shoulders once, but it was enough to make her stamp on pop culture history. Earlier this month, she took to X, formerly known as Twitter, to reveal she would discuss more about that viral moment in her new memoir, “The Woman In Me,” which hits bookshelves this October.

“One of my favorite performances was with an albino python 😳🐍💃🏼 … I still remember how scared I felt when I was handed this snake and took the stage !!! I talked more about this performance and other favorites in my book #TheWomanInMe … I can’t wait for you to read it on October 24th,” she wrote in the caption.

Many fans commented to say they were excited to hear Britney’s “truth” in her own words and assured her that they already have the book on preorder!

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