BRITNEY Spears revealed that she has "no idea" if she will perform again, TWO YEARS after her last concert.
The pop star has maintained a positive outlook lately despite her upcoming conservatorship court hearing with her father Jamie.
Britney, 39, took to Instagram today to share information on the future of her performance career with her fans.
The singer repeated a follower's question, saying: "The question is will I ever take the stage again?
"I have no idea. I'm having fun right now, I'm at a transition in my life, and I'm enjoying myself. That's it," she revealed.
The Princess of Pop captioned her video: "As @shaniatwain says best … LETS GO GIRLS !!!! It’s time to answer more of your questions 🌸 💁🏼♀️🌹!!!!!! PS … I know it’s WINE and DINE … I was antsy OK 😂🤷🏼♀️🤪 ???!!!"
Britney has been fighting with her father over her conservatorship, as her fans have worried about her well-being.
Despite public concerns, she has continued to share videos of her dance routines and wearing her signature revealing outfits.
On Friday the musician took to Instagram to share a wild video as she danced in a neon pink bodysuit.
In the clip, Britney showed off a secret neck tattoo that she's allegedly hidden for years.
The mother of two wrote alongside the video: "Hot pink makes my tan pop!!! Have you seen the tattoo on the back of my neck before ???? It's Hebrew, it’s a language written backwards !!!!
"It says Mem Hey Shin and means healing !!!! It's my favorite tattoo but ironically you never see it!!!!"
After confessing to her neck ink, Britney shared a bizarre video where she danced in a leopard-print bodysuit with black underwear underneath.
However, the Toxic singer put the clip in reverse, as she had with her previous posting as well, leading fans to believe she was sending a message.
One asked: "What's with the backwards theme?" while a second wondered: "First Hebrew, now this. What are you trying to tell us girl?"
Britney is set to speak for the first time ever at her court hearing on June 23rd, as her lawyer Sam Ingham III, sought permission from Judge Brenda Penny to give Britney a chance to talk.
The attorney told the judge: “The conservatee has requested that I seek from the court a status hearing at which she can address the court directly.
“My client asked that it be done on expedited basis.”
In April, the Circus singer asked a judge to permanently end her father’s control over her $60m fortune and personal life.
Her lawyer asked that Jodi Montgomery replace Jamie as the permanent conservator and asked her estranged father to resign from his role.
Though inside sources have claimed that her life would "would drastically change for the better" without her father's guidance, his lawyer previously claimed the conservatorship "saved" the singer's life.
Fans have formed a Free Britney movement and have campaigned for her freedom for years.
Many found their information in the Framing Britney Spears documentary, which spoke about the star's legal battle.
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