Britney Spears is doing quite well, at least that's what the pop star told concerned fans in a new Instagram video posted Friday.
"I'm here to answer all of your questions," said the 39-year-old singer – who inadvertently sparked a #FreeBritney movement after fans began questioning the inner workings of her father's longstanding conservatorship – at the top of the selfie-style video.
Britney stood outside in a floral, puffy-sleeve crop top and her signature low-rise denim bottoms while she answered three fan questions she says she gets asked constantly. But it was the third question – Are you OK? – as well as Brit's response that really piqued people's interest.
"Next question is, am I OK," she said to the camera, rocking back and forth as she usually does. "Yes, I'm totally fine. I'm extremely happy. I have a beautiful home, beautiful children. I'm taking a break right now because I'm enjoying myself."
Following the release of the bombshell documentary, The New York Times Presents: Framing Britney Spears, eagle-eye fans have become even more convinced that the singer does not run her own social media accounts. They believe her father, Jamie Spears, has been abusing his 13-year role as her conservator and that his daughter is being over-monitored, over-medicated and financially exploited.
For her part, Spears was reportedly "embarrassed" by the documentary and "cried" for two weeks after its release.
But fans don't buy that she's not secretly miserable, as the second topic the pop princess addressed also had to do with her safety and well-being. Apparently, fans have been trying to decode the meaning behind Britney's red refrigerator, thinking it might be a "code red" aka "send help" type of situation. But according to Britney, she "just thought it was cool. I thought it was vintage, it was red, it's just really cool."
The other question Brit answered in her video had to do with her viral dancing posts. We'll keep it short and sweet: Yes, she does get dizzy while doing so many spins but tries to find a focus point, like any good dancer would.
What's interesting, though, is that Britney's words and social media declarations seem to directly contradict what's going on in the courtroom.
Earlier this year, Bessemer Trust was appointed as co-conservator of Britney's estate, and in March, her attorney filed a petition to have Jodi Montgomery replace Jamie as the conservator of her personal affairs. She informed the court she will not work until her father Jamie Spears is removed from the case. He is fighting his daughter's request and demanding to stay on.