Britney Spears presents her fans with the gift of a new song on her 39th birthday

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 3 December 2020

Britney Spears

Britney Spears

Britney Spears has released the hitherto unheard song ‘Swimming in the Stars’ on the eve of her birthday.

Britney Spears has released the hitherto unheard song ‘Swimming in the Stars’ to mark her 39th birthday (02.12.20).

The ‘Toxic’ hitmaker treated a previously unheard of number of fans from his 2016 album ‘Glory’, which got to stream in parallel to his birthday.

The new song comes after it was revealed that Britney “will not perform” when her father is her bodyguard.

The hitmaker ‘I’m a Slave 4U’ – whose last kick was in October 2018 – recently filed new documents through his lawyer, which asked the courts to remove his father Jamie Spears from the post of co-guard of his estate. .

Last month, her lawyer Britney said she was “scared” of her dad and did not want to set foot on stage until he was fired from his role as conservator.

During the court hearing on November 10, Samuel D. Ingam III said: “My client told me he was afraid of his father. He said he would not perform until his father was in charge of his business. We are really at a crossroads. “

A court hearing was held to determine if Jamie would be Britney’s co-defender of the estate, but Judge Brenda Penny eventually decided not to suspend Jamie, although she said the matter could be discussed further “on the road”.

Despite a legal battle with his father, fans who launched the #FreeBritney campaign – only recently admitted he was “happy” so far.

When he returned to social media after a short hiatus, the Grammy-winner told his fans that he was “well” and personally in a better place.

In a video for his followers, he said: “Hi, so a lot of comments have come in, a lot of people say a lot of different things about me.

“But I want to let you know that I’m fine. I’m very happy with my life.

“I send you a lot of prayers, congratulations and a lot of love.”

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