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Britney Spears lets loose in dance video in tiny red days before conservatorship hearing

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Britney Spears dropped on Instagram on Monday, just two days before his conservatorship case was due in court.

The 39-year-old pop singer showed off her dance moves in a short video posted to her social media account, which has 31.4 million followers.

Spears showed off her midriff while wearing a bright red bralette and green patterned shorts as she twirled around a large hall in her home.

Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” played in the background and Spears was seen saying the words. She captioned the post, “RED!!!!”

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Britney Spears will remain under guardianship overseen by her father Jamie and Bessemer Trust Co.
(Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Intimate Britney Spears)

Spears’ mention of “red” may be a reference to a personal project she’s been working on. Just a day before Monday’s post, the pop icon struck a sultry pose on Instagram in red and black lingerie. She accessorized her look with black heels and a black choker.

“It’s all been said and come full circle… back to RED!!!!!” she captioned the post. .

The “Toxic” singer has used to call him “Project Rose” or “Project Red” on social networks.

Spears’ energetic dance video comes less than two days before a number of matters are expected to be discussed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday. Online records seen by Fox News show a conservatorship hearing will take place on Wednesday afternoon and will cover more than one topic as there has been a lot of movement in the case in recent weeks.

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The “Toxic” singer publicly addressed the court on June 23, in which she sued a 24 minute address before Judge Brenda Penny. Spears has claimed she wants out of the ‘abusive’ court order she has suffered since 2008 when her father, James P. Spears, also known as Jamie, was first named in control of his finances.

  Britney Spears supporters gather during the hearing into the singer's conservatorship case on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.

Britney Spears supporters gather during the hearing into the singer’s conservatorship case on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 in Los Angeles, California.
(Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)

In her court address in June, the star claimed her father “loved” the control he had over her. She called the guardianship “abusive” and said it had “traumatized” her.

She claimed that she had once been locked up in a small beverly hills rehabilitation center and is prevented from removing contraception from her body.

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“I’m not happy, I can’t sleep. I’m so mad, it’s crazy. And I’m depressed. My dad and everyone involved in this guardianship, including my management…they should be in jail” , Spears told the Times.

Spears is reportedly in talks with veteran Hollywood attorney Mathew Rosengart after her former attorney, Sam Ingham, quit last week. The singer’s longtime manager, Larry Rodolphealso quit after Spears expressed her desire to take an indefinite hiatus.

Fox News’ Tyler McCarthy and Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.