Britney Spears danced to Lenny Kravitz in a small crop top and short shorts, showing off her air guitar skills.
Britney Spears, the pop diva (and Lenny Kravitz admirer) is back with her iconic dancing videos. On Monday, Sept. 20 from her living room, the singer, 39, uploaded a video of herself dancing and playing the air guitar to Lenny Kravitz’s “Are You Gonna Go My Way.”
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She said, probably referring to her clip-in extensions, “Sorry, I enjoy long hair to twirl.” “So here I am after vacuuming my living room with this amazing new Glade Hawaiian Breeze carpet cleaner!!!!! It’s awe-inspiring…. WAKE UP TO MY LIVING ROOM SMELLING SO GOOD!!!!! This Lenny Kravitz song is a lot of fun to dance to… I WAS BORN!!!! is, of course, my favourite lyric.
“GOD BLESS YOU ALL,” she said, “and don’t forget to be grateful and say your prayers folks.” “PSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS Britney claimed she went for clip-in extensions after cutting off her hair and unveiling some bright red tips last week, after posting additional photos from her weekend vacation earlier on Monday.
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Britney also raved about her recent engagement to Sam Asghari in the article. Last week, the 27-year-old personal trainer proposed. “A few photos from my weekend vacation to celebrate my engagement with my… holy shit… FIANCÉ… She captioned the photo, “I still can’t believe it!!!!” “I couldn’t stay away from Instagram for too long, so I’m already back…” Psst, I took these with clip-in extensions in Palm Springs.”
The announcement of the engagement comes amid the pop star’s continuing court struggle for conservatorship. Sabrina Shaheen Cronin, JD, MBA, founder and managing partner of The Cronin Law Firm, recently spoke to HollywoodLife about the engagement, explaining that the marriage might theoretically be dissolved if the pair married before Britney’s 13-year conservatorship ended.
“Britney has been under intense surveillance for years, and her private life has been heavily restricted depending on what has been published and reported,” Sabrina added. “Because the conservatorship is meant to make choices in Britney’s best interests, it will likely be up to the court to decide if the conservatorship is necessary and, if so, what the consequences of the marriage will be.”
“Given the legislation, the current conservator might ask the court to dissolve the marriage and claim that Britney’s inability to agree due to mental incompetence should be invalidated, and therefore dissolved,” Sabrina later said. “While it is possible, it is not totally likely, given that Britney’s current conservator appears to be on her side when it comes to easing the reins and giving Britney greater control over her life.”