Britney Spears displays her toned figure in a sheer leopard print catsuit during fun outfit change video – after she denied claims she doesn’t do her own posts following documentary
She recently denied claims that she has no control over her Instagram activity after a post was made about the controversial Framing Britney Spears documentary.
And Britney Spears put the drama behind her as she shared a fun video where she wowed in a sheer leopard print catsuit.
In the Instagram video to Pharrell Williams’ Happy, the singer, 39, tried on a collection of outfits as she joked about losing her mask but ‘finding her body’.
Roar! Britney Spears put the drama behind her as she shared a fun video where she wowed in a sheer leopard print catsuit
The Instagram clip started with Britney in a tiny green mini skirt, white T-shirt and leather aviator jacket as she did a countdown.
The singer then appeared in a sheer leopard print catsuit which displayed her toned figure and a matching bra as she roared to the camera.
Britney’s next look saw her show off her toned torso in a pair of white denim shorts and a long-sleeved bohemian embroidered top.
The singer’s final outfit consisted of a pink floral mini dress with matching dark coloured heels.
Work it: In the Instagram video to Pharrell Williams’ Happy, the singer, 39, tried on a collection of outfits as she joked about losing her mask but ‘finding her body’
Stylish: The Instagram clip started with Britney in a tiny green mini skirt, white T-shirt and leather aviator jacket as she did a countdown
Britney captioned the video with: ‘I found my cat suit… No luck finding my mask but at least I found my body!!!!’
She added: ‘Stay joyful my friends and do what makes you happy by darn it ☀️☀️☀️!!!! God bless.’
It comes after Britney denied claims by her former make-up artist that she had told him personally she had no control over the Instagram post made in March about the controversial Framing Britney Spears documentary.
Many had questioned the validity of the 39-year-old pop star’s post when Billy Brasfield – who worked with Spears from 2012 to 2013 – claimed that he personally spoke to the Toxic hitmaker and told him she had no control over the caption.
Ab fab: Britney’s next look saw her show off her toned torso in a pair of white denim shorts and a long-sleeved bohemian embroidered top
Spears has since refuted the claims as she told TMZ last week: ‘No, I’m not talking to him at all. I write my posts. I’m not sure who he is talking to, but I am not talking to Billy B.’
The singer is currently in the middle of a legal battle with her father Jamie Spears over her conservatorship.
Britney made waves in March as she finally addressed the controversial New York Times documentary on Instagram, claiming that she was ’embarrassed by the light they put me in’ and that she ‘cried for two weeks.’
Last week, make-up artist Brasfield, 57, told Page Six that he has personally spoke to Spears and she told him that she did not write the caption in question.
‘I immediately knew it was not her,’ he claimed. ‘I texted her about it and she texted me back last night.
Controversial: It comes after Britney denied claims by her former make-up artist that she had told him personally she had no control over the Instagram post made in March about the controversial Framing Britney Spears documentary
‘What was upsetting [about the post] — it was basically a narrative denouncing her fans and the Free Britney movement and people now taking a very conscious look at the facts and what is going on.’
Brasfield concluded his statement to Page Six saying: ‘Although it might be complicated for her, of course she is invested. It’s her life.
‘She does not like being a victim, she never wanted to be a victim and doesn’t see herself as a victim. She sees herself as a survivor and has navigated this with patience and strategy.’
He also took to his Instagram – which has since been set to private – to comment on Spears’ social media presence as he alleged: ‘The content is her, but … the words are NOT how she feels.’
Brasfield wrote: ‘Of course watching certain things that are now so far in HER past … circumstances that she has already lived through, and has moved beyond, that are now being brought up over and over, can be #emotional. She ‘deals’ with it, and frankly very well … she is not ‘fragile’.’
Sending a message: Many had questioned the validity of the 39-year-old pop star’s post when Billy Brasfield (seen in July 2011) – who worked with Spears from 2012 to 2013 – claimed to Page Six that he personally spoke to her and told him she had no control over the caption
This comes as fans of Spears have attempted to dissect and place blame on her social media manager for a recent Instagram post where she addressed the documentary about her controversial conservatorship.
But sources told TMZ that Spears’ social media manager, Cassie Petrey, is ‘not responsible’ for the lengthy text accompanying a new dance video where Britney admitted she was ’embarrassed’ by the hour-long film.
The pop star finally broke her silence on the Framing Britney Spears doc last month, only for fans to accuse the Toxic singer’s representation of writing the long and winded caption.
Eagle-eyed Free Britney followers attempted to piece together similarities on how Britney’s long time social media manager tends to write with how the post flowed.
It’s fairly common practice for major entertainment professionals to enlist the help of specialists to manage social media platforms, especially when it comes to millions of followers across multiple handles.
The post shared on Britney’s Instagram had said: ‘I didn’t watch the documentary but from what I did see of it I was embarrassed by the light they put me in. I cried for two weeks and well… I still cry sometimes!!!!’
Britney shared her feelings about the show, which shows her rise to stardom and the ongoing conservatorship battle with her father, alongside an Instagram video where she danced to the 1993 Aerosmith hit Crazy in a crop top and shorts.
‘My life has always been very speculated… watched… and judged really my whole life!!!’ the Grammy-winning artist began the post.
‘For my sanity I need to dance to @iamstevent every night of my life to feel wild and human and alive!!!’ ‘I have been exposed my whole life performing in front of people!!!’
She continued: ‘It takes a lot of strength to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I’ve always been so judged… insulted… and embarrassed by the media… and I still am till this day!!!!’ she said.
Oh no: Fans have attempted to dissect and place blame on Spears’ social media manager for a recent Instagram post where she addressed the documentary about her controversial conservatorship
‘As the world keeps on turning and life goes on we still remain so fragile and sensitive as people!!!’
She went on to tell her 29 million Instagram followers that she finds dancing an outlet that brings her joy.
‘I do what I can in my own spirituality with myself to try and keep my own joy … love … and happiness!!!!’ she penned. ‘Every day dancing brings me joy!!! I’m not here to be perfect … perfect is boring … I’m here to pass on kindness!!!!’
It followed another clip of her dancing, which she captioned: ‘RED!!!!’ accompanied by three lipstick emojis. ‘I was feeling wild dancing to @aerosmith at 2am last night!!!!’
The comments marked the first time the pop star – who is a mother to teen sons Preston, 15, and Jayden, 14 – has publicly commented on the Hulu documentary, which premiered February 5.
Breaking her silence: Britney penned a lengthy post revealing her feelings on the controversial documentary that aired earlier this year
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