Britney Spears says she doesn’t know whether she will ever perform again; “I have no idea, I’m having fun right now”

Britney Spears was asked if she would ever take the stage again, the singer says she has ‘no idea’ and she is ‘having fun right now,’ in the transition of her life.

Britney Spears made a video post on her Instagram page where she answered a few questions asked by the fans, on them being if she would ever take the stage again.

Spears who hasn’t performed in public since 2018 is under a court-ordered conservatorship. She took to her Instagram handle to answer three questions that she said have been posted by her fans.

One question was, “Am I ready to take the stage again? Will I ever take the stage again,” to which Spears replied, “I have no idea. I’m having fun right now, I’m in a transition in my life and I’m enjoying myself. So,”

In the comment section, the fans have repeatedly asked for her well being as the conspiracy theories about her being kept against her will and sending mysterious messages for help through her Instagram posts have been growing immensely. One said, “Baby the ONLY question we ask you is IF YOU ARE OK.” Another said, “GURL ANSWER THE REAL ONES.” A third said, “Every post like this leaves me with more questions than answers.”

The messages also come a week before her plans of addressing the Los Angeles court overseeing the conservatorship that has managed her personal and business affairs since her mental health breakdown in 2008, via The Indian Express.

The 39-years-old singer-songwriter didn’t talk about the court conservatorship but spoke about some other questions that she said her fans have asked, “One was about her favourite business trip (to Italy where she stayed with designer Donatella Versace.) The other was about her shoe size (a size 7.)”

She last performed on stage in October 2018 at the Formula One Grand Prix in Austin, Texas, at the end of her world tour, “Piece of Me.”

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