Britney Spears Dances With A Fake Stuffed Snake 18 Years After Iconic VMAs Performance

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Jun. 4 2019, Published 5:02 p.m. ET

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Britney Spears got her workout on recently when she spent some time when she sashayed around her home while swinging a stuffed snake, recreating her iconic 2001 Video Music Awards performance when she sang with a live python on her shoulders.

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Britney, 37, shared a clip of herself on Instagram wildly dancing to Billie Eilish’s single “Bad Guy.”

She captioned it, "Great song !! It made me pick up another ? @billieeilish!"

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Brit rocked a skimpy look that consisted of tight black leggings and white crop top. She draped a stuffed snake on her shoulders and waved it around.

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Many celebs took to the comments to applaud the "Femme Fatale" singer. Billie, 17, wrote, “Omg.”

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Nicole ‘Snooki’ Polizzi

Britney's boyfriend, Sam Asghari quipped, “The snake must be so dizzy after this ? #goat.”

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Noah Cyrus said, “Get it queen,” while Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi commented, “Omg YAS.”

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As fans remember, the pop star performed with a live albino Burmese python named Banana while singing her song, “I’m a Slave 4 U,” at the MTV VMAs in September 2001.

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The mother of two has been posting many dancing videos lately since completing a stay at a mental wellness facility. She entered the center on April 3 to deal with her mental health amid her father Jamie’s declining health.

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