Things are finally looking up for Britney Spears! It was announced this afternoon that there has been a change in her visitation status with her two young sons.

While the court has not made public what exactly that change is, insiders confirm to OK! that the pop star will indeed be getting overnight visits with her two sons, Sean Preston and Jayden James. And those sleepovers could begin as soon as this weekend.

When she left the court after meeting with commissioner Scott Gordon and lawyers for her and ex-husband Kevin Federline, Brit’s eyes appeared to be bloodshot, as if she’d been crying. However, when asked if she was happy, she replied, "yes," so hopefully those were tears of joy.

A rep for the court confirmed that, while it was not strictly considered as testimony, Gordon did ask Britney a number of questions during their closed-door hearing. Also speaking to the court today was Lisa Hacker, the court-appointed parenting coach for the pop star.

As for her demeanor in the courtroom today, the court spokesperson described Britney as being "very businesslike," and confirmed that there were no words of any kind exchanged between Brit and K-Fed.

It was also confirmed after the hearing that Brit’s most-recent attorney, Stacy Phillips, "has exited the case," and that her one-time lawyer, Laura Wasser, has returned to represent the singer.

The next hearing date is scheduled for July 15, and the court confirms that a trial date is still tentatively set for August, though the spokesperson did say that this will continue, "for as long as it takes to resolve this case."

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