Britney Spears spends a lot of her time on social media. The singer-songwriter has 40 million followers, and they constantly interact with a plethora of posts she puts out. Recently, the pop-star took to Instagram to show off her dance moves in a sultry video.

As fans eagerly wait for the upcoming Elton John and Britney Spears duet, Hold Me Now, the Princess Of Pop decided to stretch out her legs and show off a few old dance moves. In the clip, the Toxic superstar slipped into a skimpy red ensemble and made her way to a dance studio, where she proceeded to show off some of the moves that endeared her to so many of her fans over the years.

The red-hot Spears shook her booty, while flaunting her fab figure, to the hit tune Feel It Still by American rock band Portugal. The Man. She declared in the caption, “KISS MY MOTHER F*CKING ASS!!!” along with a bright red lips emoji.

The video began with Britney making her way to a ballet bar in the back of the room. She looked absolutely phenomenal as she showed off her killer moves. By the time the lyrics kicked in, the I’m A Slave For U star started shaking her hips along to the beat of the catchy song, which won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards in January 2018. 

Decked out in a pair of strappy high heels to go along with midriff-revealing outfit, the pop superstar quickly struts her stuff closer to the camera, all while sticking out her toned derriere. You can check it all out below. Stay tuned to Thirsty.

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