Why Britney Spears Says She’ll ‘Probably Never Perform Again’ ?

Don’t expect to see Britney Spears on stage anytime soon. 

The singer posted a lengthy message to Instagram on Sunday reflecting on the work she’s done 

during her 13-year conservatory career and declaring that she’ll “probably never perform again.

” Spears opened up by lamenting her lack of creative control over her music. and videos during that time,

he says the only image he liked from that time was the “Work B****” and his uncomfortable experience working with photographers.

Typically, the post was primarily aimed at her father, Jamie Spears, who served as curator of the pop singer’s estate from 2008 to 2021. The most obnoxious professional photos on any tour.

I mean they could have at least tricked me and retouched me… just to say… 2 days of photo shoots for a new show in Vegas, literally the worst ever… and I was excited for the photos in 5 months tour… they never showed me any.

‘ he wrote alongside a cheeky (literal) photo. “I’d rather quit fucking in my pool and taking pictures in studios than working with the most obnoxious people in my life.” She added that she was also uncomfortable with the number of dancers they perform with had to.

On stage during her four-year residency in Las Vegas, Spears said her past experiences left her “traumatized” and unsure if she would ever go on stage again.” I’m pretty traumatized for life and yes I’m pissed as hell and no I probably won’t act again just because I’m stubborn and I’ll make my point,” she said, before closing out with a simple, “kiss me the fuck,
motherfuckin’ motherfuckin be.”

“Although Spears has spoken in the past about the possibility of retiring from live performance, this is the first time she has raised the issue since her conservatorship ended. But while Spears isn’t planning a world tour anytime soon,

she officially returned to music recently with “Hold Me Closer,” a disco-inspired reimagining of some Elton John classics. The song, which also features John himself, was his first new music since his 2016 album

Glory, when Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart praised the pop star for her triumphant performance after years of legal trouble. “Following our tough court battles and the successful removal of her father as guardian and subsequent

termination of guardianship last year, I was inundated with questions about what Britney would do next,” she told Rolling Stone in a statement.

“My response was simple: ‘For the first time in 13 years, this is up to one person and one person only: Britney. Britney is a brilliant artist and an icon.”

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