Britney Spears reveals her bizarre dreams for the future amid nasty conservatorship battle with dad Jamie

BRITNEY Spears revealed her bizarre dreams for the future in a new Instagram post.

The new clip comes amid her nasty conservatorship battle with dad Jamie.

Britney shared an Instagram video of her dancing to a version of Foster The People's Pumped up Kicks.

She wore a white crop top and black shorts and colorful sneakers.

The pop star captioned the post: "So what do you guys do to keep your dreams alive? Just curious cause at this point I'm not sure it's a good idea to listen to advice from some people. Yesterday I realized all my tennis shoes were gone … I like them because I dance three hours most days and my feet hurt so I put tennis shoes on so my feet feel nice … well all of mine are old so I ordered four new pairs and they came in five weeks ago but they were all too big so I've been without them for a long time !!!!

"So when I woke up yesterday and remembered I had none I pulled a Carrie Bradshaw and ordered a bunch of new shoes online !!!! My assistant's HUMBLING APPROACH why don’t you just see what you can find in your closet DID NOT WORK ANYMORE … I chose to BLOW and guess what … my feet are soaring these days … I'm not gonna stop buying tennis shoes and heels ever !!!!

"I'm not gonna settle and considering the other day I said I feel like I'm just getting here … THAT'S AN UNDERSTATEMENT !!!! It's been a while since I drove alone and well let's just say it's a DIFFERENT BALLGAME cause I’m not sure this stadium is gonna be anywhere near America !!!! Here is me dancing to PUMPED UP KICKS after cleaning my REAL living room with no Tic Toc but a real grandfather clock that has a hidden door you can hide in … I know I'm a kid at heart !!!!

She continued: "After cleaning my cherry floors I did my own version of play and cleaned with my new PUMPED UP KICKS … literally … and look I'm flying !!!! Maybe I'll just be nice and plant here and keep my dreams alive by thinking about visiting St. Tropez with @cher and eating ice cream … She was one of my favorite singers as a kid and I loved to dress up as her … and thinking about having a six-pack like @jlo …

"Lord she's so inspiring in her new video !!!! Again this is me with hope … love … and intention … by the way I do intend on going to the ball after I clean my house !!!!!"


Earlier this week, Britney appeared to be using her cell while driving her Mercedes-AMG SL 63.

The singer was driving near her home in Thousand Oaks, California when the snaps were taken- the first time Britney has been seen driving alone in 15 years.

However, the entertainer did not appear distracted by her phone as she only held it up while behind the wheel.

If convicted for using her phone while driving in the state of California, Britney will be fined $150 and could possibly have a point added to her license.


Under her conservatorship, the Toxic singer was unable to drive alone, though the restriction was lifted after she virtually appeared in court last week.

Following the decision, an insider told PEOPLE: "Britney is very happy the conservatorship is now allowing her to drive.

"She is ecstatic and beyond grateful for all the help she is receiving right now."

Last week, Britney scored a major victory in her conservatorship battle with her father, Jamie.

The Sun confirmed that Judge Penny permitted the hiring of Britney's legal choice, Mathew S. Rosengart, who was a former federal prosecutor, to represent her.

Following the ruling, Britney told the court in Los Angeles that she wanted Jamie to be charged with conservatorship abuse.

Jamie isn’t the only family member Britney has beef with, as the singer has been taking jabs at her younger sister, Jamie Lynn, on social media.

Britney recently promised she's "not even close" to saying "all I needed to say" in a stark warning to those who controlled her finances and health decisions for almost 14 years.

Alongside a series of dice that spelled "one day at a time," Britney told her fans she was "just getting here" after years of being "told to stay quiet."

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