Britney Spears Shares A Throwback Video & Reveals That Her Mom Wants Her To Sing This Particular Song Again

Britney Spears has shared an ultimate throwback video that is reminding us all of some good old days! The 39-years-old singer has taken us down memory lane and shared a throwback video of herself while singing her iconic song, ‘You Got It All’ of The Jet. She also revealed the story behind that song and said that the clip was sent to her by her mother, Lynne Spears. She said that she sent it to her to remind her of her vocal skills and once again push to create the same magic with her voice.

Britney Spears’ Shares Clip’s Story

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She wrote in the caption that mom reminded her that she can sing. She added that her mom complains frequently that her daughter does not sing anymore and that she should. Britney Spears added that she does not even remember watching that performance ever. In fact, it was from the very first trip that she had taken alone. All she could say after going on that trip was ‘wow Singapore’, the ‘Toxic’ singer added in her caption.

Britney Spears’ Showered With Love

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Soon after sharing that video and the emotional story behind that clip, the singer was showered with love and support from her fans. Britney Spears’ fans coincided with what her mother had to say. They wrote that Britney was indeed a real life angel and some other users added that they would love to hear the Grammy award winner sing again soon. Another fan commented and encouraged Britney by saying that she can definitely sing because she is an utterly talented woman. Not just them, Elle King also extended her support and asked Britney to sing as they all loved her so much.

Britney Spears’ Recent Throwbacks

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While the throwback video made many of her fans nostalgic, it was not the first time when Britney has shared something from memory lane. Her recent social media posts were also a reminder of other past concerts and performances of hers. She shared a clip where she was performing on Instagram a few months ago at the beginning of this year. She also shared a clip of herself where she was seen performing on the iconic song ‘Toxic’. Spears said that while she is rejoicing those days, she is at the same time enjoying the basics of her life while staying far, far away from the centre stage.

Britney Spears wrote in one of her captions that she loved being on the stage and she would always love being on the stage. However, she is taking her own sweet time to be a normal person once again and live like a normal person. She said that she was enjoying the basics of her every day life and confirmed that every person has got different takes on different people’s lives. She added that it did not matter what our take is about other people’s lives, it is in fact nothing when compared to the real life of the person that they are living off the cameras.

Britney Spears Conservatorship Battle

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Britney Spears’ cryptic message made a lot of her fans wonder if it was a hint at the conservatorship battle that is still ongoing. During the last case hearing, it was stated by Spears’ attorneys that Britney Spears will no longer perform on the stage if she is under the conservatorship of her father. The hearing clearly stated that as long as Britney’s career is controlled by her dad, she will not perform on stage whatsoever. However, Jamie Spears, Britney’s father, on the other hand, and his attorneys have claimed that they have only executed their duties honestly as Britney’s conservators.

Britney Spears, as of now, is still under the conservatorship of her father. The ordeal began almost two decades ago. Under the conservatorship, Jamie Spears has more or less the right over Britney’s entire life, financial matters, and career. It is believed that under the conservatorship, Britney cannot even make statements of her own and talk to her friends and loved ones openly. The battle for her freedom has turned into a massive moment where a lot of people are demanding that Britney should be freed of the conservatorship once and for all.