Britney Spears reveals her mum wants her to sing again as she shares throwback

Jade Biggs
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Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

From Cosmopolitan

If there’s one thing that could brighten our mood after the almighty disaster that has been the past year, it would be a Britney Spears comeback. And it seems we’re not the only superfans who could do with a few more Britney bangers in our lives, as the singer’s mum, Lynn Spears, is on side too.

Britney took to Instagram on Friday to share a throwback of her singing on tour in Singapore way back when. She captioned the post: “Geez… My mom sent this to me and reminded me that I can sing. She said, ‘You never sing anymore… you need to again!!!!’”

Britney didn’t comment on the idea of making a comeback, but instead reminisced on the memory. “I’ve actually never watched this performance,” she said in the post, “it’s definitely from a while ago!!!! It’s from one of the first trips I took alone… mostly I just remember saying ‘WOW Singapore.’”

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Unfortunately we may be waiting a little while longer for any new music from the singer, as a result of her ongoing conservatorship battle. In November 2020, Britney’s attorney said she refuses to perform as long as her father, Jamie Spears, is in control of her career.

Britney last performed on stage in 2018, just a few months before cancelling her much-anticipated Domination residency at the Park MGM resort in Las Vegas.

Since then, the #freebritney movement has taken over socials as fans petition for the singer to be legally "freed" from her father's guardianship and for her to regain control over her finances and independence. Most recently, the star was the focus of The New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears. Netflix and BBC Two have also announced upcoming Britney Spears documentaries, which are due to air later this year.

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