After a 13-year battle, the 39-year-old pop star showed she was ecstatic to be one step closer to freedom by making her social media return, just days after warning her followers that she would be sharing significantly less of her personal life.
Spears proved she's a creature of habit because she didn't stay away for long.
Making her triumphant Instagram return on Thursday, the Grammy winner was back to posting selfies in a tiny shirt and shorts.
Spears looked joyful, and now we know why.
Sporting a tied-up white shirt and unbuttoned denim shorts, the singer flaunted her flat stomach while posing barefoot in her backyard.
"Made you look," she teased her 33 million Instagram followers, marking the first time anyone has seen the star since taking the L in her conservatorship battle.
She wasn't done there because moments later, Spears posted again. This time, she complimented her appearance while admitting to airbrushing -- but just a bit.
"I smoothed my cheeks a bit but I didn’t have to retouch this pic at all," she admitted, adding "I just had a good hair day I guess!"
Spears also posted a fun montage of her dancing in her once burned down studio, delighting everyone who has missed the pop icon's signature solo videos and talked about how "letting go is freedom."
The Oops!... I Did It Again singer was last seen on social media on Monday when she waved Instagram goodbye.
As Radar reported, Spears announced she would be slowing down on her social media presence after a judge denied her request to immediately remove Jamie as conservator over her estate.
She was clearly feeling some type of way about the judge's decision because she went MIA for days.
Instead of posting her unique dance videos, outfits of the day, and more, Spears stuck with memes and GIFS, which didn't show her face at all.
Spears may have suffered a slight setback in her battle with Jamie, but it appears she won the war.
Jamie is reportedly getting ready to file paperwork that will read, “There are, in fact, no actual grounds for suspending or removing Mr. Spears as the Conservator of the Estate ... and it is highly debatable whether a change in conservator at this time would be in Ms. Spears' best interests."
“Nevertheless, even as Mr. Spears is the unremitting target of unjustified attacks, he does not believe that a public battle with his daughter over his continuing service as her conservator would be in her best interests," it will reportedly continue.