- 18 Jun 21
The pop star will address the court herself in a rare court appearance regarding her conservatorship on June 23rd.
Britney Spears has revealed her uncertainty in regards to her future as a performer in a new Instagram video.
The 39-year-old has not performed live since October 2018 and previously said she will not make a comeback while her father oversees her affairs.
The 'Toxic' singer shared her concerns in a Q&A, where she answered questions claimed to be submitted by fans.
After telling fans her favourite business trip and shoe size, the iconic pop star commented on whether or not she will ever perform again.
“I have no idea,” Spears answered. “I’m having fun right now. I’m in a transition in my life and I’m enjoying myself, so that’s it.”
Fans have reacted in the comments on the video, with one writing "Honey no. We didn’t ask these. We love you though".
Another fan expressed their concern for the beloved singer, adding "Baby the ONLY question we ask you is IF YOU ARE OK".
The star, who has not released an album since 2016's Glory, will address the court in a rare court appearance on June 23rd regarding her conservatorship case.
The upcoming court date will address a petition filed in March by Spears’ lawyer Samuel Ingham - on behalf of Spears - to have her father Jamie Spears permanently removed as her conservator and replaced with temporary conservator Jodi Montgomery.
The conservatorship has been the centre of pop-culture controversy in recent years, with New York Times documentary Framing Britney receiving widespread attention earlier this year.
Jamie had overseen his daughter’s personal affairs but stepped down from that role in September 2019 due to health reasons. His lawyers dismiss criticism of his performance as conservator and say his canny management of the estate saved Spears from financial ruin.