Britney Spears looks ready for summer in daisy dukes after returning from a trip from Turks and Caicos with her mom Lynne Spears.
The pop singer looked great as she wore an off-shoulder red flower print blouse, daisy duke shorts, and black Birkenstock sandals.
She wore her long blonde hair down and accessorized with a velvet maroon choker, aviator sunglasses, and several bracelets.
The pop star just returned from a much needed ‘girls only’ trip with her mom Lynne Spears in Turk and Caicos. She looked to be on top of the world as she shared snaps from her trip looking the happiest we have seen in a long time.
She told her fans while wearing a yellow bikini — ‘I made it to paradise’ — in one of her many posts from the trip. By the looks of the white sand beaches and pristine water, we couldn’t agree more.
The singer was indulging in a day of retail therapy at Nordstrom after news broke that her family was allegedly receiving death threats over the #freebritney movement.
The pop star’s team just filed a lawsuit against Absolute Britney blog owner, Anthony Elia, for defaming Jamie Spears and the rest of Britney’s team for claiming ‘the team was manipulating Britney’s Instagram account to create the illusion she needs help’.
In a new report by Page Six, the details of the lawsuit filed against the blogger have been released and it states, “He [Anthony Elia] has made it his mission to spread numerous falsehoods and malicious lies on the Internet about Britney, her conservatorship and her team, including that those around Britney are harming her or not acting in her best interest, it’s clear that without any actual information about Britney, and what is or is not in her well being, he’s made it his agenda to ensure that Britney is no longer in a conservatorship.”
Britney has made an effort to prove to her fans she does her own posts on Instagram and even directly addressed the ones in doubt by saying — ‘for those of you who don’t think I post my own videos, I did this video yesterday, so you’re wrong, but I hope you like it.’