Britney Spears shows off her dance moves in sports bra and short shorts as #FreeBritney campaign rages on – The Sun

BRITNEY Spears showed off her dance moves on Monday – amid the ongoing #FreeBritney campaign.

The 38-year-old singer whipped her hair and spun repeatedly on the spot in two routines shared on Instagram.

Britney went for her signature pink low-slung shorts and yellow sports bra, before changing into a blue shorts and a black crop top. The Womanizer hitmaker, who previously claimed she's "not the best dancer", threw some energetic shapes in her Thousand Oaks mansion.

She captioned the clip simply with three kissing lips emojis.

The mother-of-two's latest routine comes amid growing momentum for the #FreeBritney campaign, a social media movement calling for Britney to be "freed" from her conservatorship.



Fans have believed that the Toxic singer has been sending SOS messages through her social media account as her father still controls most of her life.

And Britney's "concerned" former makeup artist Billy B has now spoken out on the conservatorship.

Billy B, whose real name is Billy Brasfield, joined the #FreeBritney movement on Tuesday and since then, he's dedicated most of his Instagram feed to posting pictures of Britney and comments he's made about her situation.  


"I worked everyday with her everyday for quite some time… I got to know her, I got to 'see' her…. and I like you, I AM concerned, and I will do whatever I can, if asked…. to help her, to 'free Britney' anyone deserves freedom," he wrote.

"But trust, #itscomplicated, thank you guys for loving her and caring about her…. and for understanding what I know, that you know, and what 'I am saying.'"

He also asked fans to do "what's right," while stating that "the truth might not be easy, but it is never wrong."

Billy B joined hundreds of fans and other celebs in the online movement which has expressed increasing concerns over the legal guardianship contract, which lets Britney's father, Jamie Spears, have complete control of her finances and decision-making.



However, Jamie has spoken out against the fans and labeled the online movement "a joke."

He told Page Six: "All these conspiracy theorists don't know anything. The world don't have a clue.

"It's up to the court of California to decide what's best for my daughter. It's no one else's business." He also vehemently denied he was taking money from Britney's estate.  


Jamie continued: "I have to report every nickel and dime spent to the court every year. How the hell would I steal something?"

As well as condemning the "aggressiveness" of #FreeBritney movement, he concluded: "I love my daughter. I love all my kids. But this is our business. It's private."

Since 2008, Britney has been subject to a legal “conservatorship” – making her dad Jamie her legal guardian, with direct control over her financial affairs and daily life.

But the arrangement – brought in to protect her mental health after her infamous 2007 breakdown – has left many of her fans believing that the star deserves to be “free.”

Why is #freebritney trending and what does her father have to say about her conservatorship?

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

It was implemented in 2008 after a series of public meltdowns.

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

Jamie Spears says Britney's conservatorship is "no one else's business" and #FreeBritney movement "is a joke."

He told Page Six: "All these conspiracy theorists don't know anything. The world don't have a clue.

"It's up to the court of California to decide what's best for my daughter. It's no one else's business."

He also denied he was taking money from Britney's estate.

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

More than 220,000 have joined the #FreeBritney movement, claiming their idol is sending them hidden messages on social media, letting them know she is in trouble.

Last month, Britney's brother Bryan Spears revealed in a rare interview that his younger sister "always wanted" to get out of the conservatorship.

The film producer told the As Not Seen on TV podcast: “[Britney’s] always wanted to get out of [the conservatorship]. It’s very frustrating to have.

“Whether someone’s coming in peace to help or coming in with an attitude, having someone constantly tell you to do something has got to be frustrating."

Britney Spears posts social media videos that fans think are an SOS for help

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