She's still got it!
Britney Spears is flaunting her killer body once again.
In a series of new photos, posted to her Instagram account on Sunday, January 9, the Princess of Pop left little up to the imagination while posing for semi-nude mirror shots.
The 40-year-old popstar showed off her backside while wearing a red thong in the racy shots, which were captioned: "Booty time."
While Britney's snaps certainly caused jaws to drop to the floor, this wasn't the first time the "Toxic" singer bared it all on her 'gram, as she recently posted frontal nude shots over the weekend, using nothing but image stickers to cover herself up.
"Free woman energy has never felt better 🎀," she wrote alongside the steamy photos, seemingly alluding to the recent termination of her oppressive conservatorship.
Recently, the iconic singer has been celebrating her newly-regained freedom while bashing her family for the role they played in the alleged abusive conservatorship that ruled her life for 13 years.
As OK! previously reported, the "Circus" singer, "has no plans to reconcile with her sister, mother, or her father at this time," as a source revealed: "She doesn't foresee herself having a future with any of them, as they all, directly or indirectly, are responsible for the years of psychological torment that she went through."
Britney's conservatorship was put into place in 2008, although it came to light in recent years that the masterminds behind the arrangement were allegedly abusing the system and engaging in criminal activities, according to a slew of documentaries and Britney's own court testimony back in June 2021.
"[Her family] allowed this to continue knowing that it was hurting her," the insider continued. "She doesn't see how this will ever be forgivable because, if not for her fans and those who truly love her, she would still be in the conservatorship."
"She wants to live her own life and focus on herself, her children and her wedding plans with Sam [Asghari]," added the insider of her now-fiancé, who popped the question back in September. "She is at a good place in her life, finally, and does not need her family trying to bring her down anymore."