Britney Spears was full of energy in an Instagram video shared with her 27 million followers on Monday.
The video, which lasts more than one and a half minutes, features a string of clips from an hour and a half-long dancing session.
The superstar changes her outfit twice — initially seen in shorts and a patterned gym bra, and later changing to short shorts and a black gym bra.
Attracting well over a million views in less than 24 hours, the energetic video delighted fans, with many commenting with messages of support.
In her post, Spears uses eye-roll emojis and angry face emojis when admitting she had been dancing for longer than an hour before realizing her camera was blurry, explaining the video’s poor quality.
The video shows Spears dancing first to “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon and later to Janet Jackson‘s “Free Xone.”
The pop diva also shared that she broke her foot the last time she was dancing to “Sex on Fire” a year ago.
The singer has drawn widespread concern for her wellbeing after fans learned of the role her father now plays in managing her career.
Jamie Spears is the conservator of the singer’s estate, and so far, she has lost her case in the courts when appealing to have her father removed.
In a new interview with CNN, he revealed that he had not been allowed to speak to his daughter in the past six months.
He stated: “I love my daughter, and I miss her very much. When a family member needs special care and protection, families need to step up, as I have done for the last 12-plus years, to safeguard, protect and continue to love Britney unconditionally.”
He went on to reveal: “I have and will continue to provide unwavering love and fierce protection against those with self-serving interests and those who seek to harm her or my family.”
His attorney, Vivian Lee Thoreen, dropped this bombshell: “There has always been a mutual love and respect for each other. Until Britney‘s court-appointed attorney Sam Ingham abruptly instructed Jamie not to contact Britney a few months ago, Jamie and Britney had spoken often and regularly throughout the entire conservatorship. In fact, they had spoken just the day before and had had a pleasant and collaborative conversation,”
Fans have expressed concern on social media, with some claiming that Britney does not control her own Instagram and Facebook accounts.
“Even tho We know it’s not you are posting, I hope one day you can see all the love we leave you here. Stay strong. We love you so much ❤️🧚♂️,” wrote a concerned fan.
Britney’s 2016 album Glory has been released for the second time this year, this time with a new single, “Matches,” which features the Backstreet Boys.
It followed an earlier reissue of the album in May of this year when it reached the top 10 on the iTunes charts after support from fans sent it soaring.