BRITNEY Spears covered her whole body in white henna tattoos and joked that she got “carried away”.
The 38-year-old singer declared she was “demanding attention” as she showed off her intricate inkings while posing in a snake-print bikini.
Britney pouted at the camera as she displayed the henna, which covered her chest, stomach, the tops of her arms and her thighs.
She also posed in a white embroidered top and khaki shorts with her hands on her lips, saying she was going for a “bohemian look”.
The Toxic hitmaker wrote: “So I got carried away with henna !!!! I think I’m going for a bohemian look in the second picture.
“Not sure what my hands on my hips are about 😂😜🤣!!! I guess I’m demanding attention 🙄🙄🙄 !!!!”
The singer’s fans were confused by what Britney meant when she referred to “demanding attention”.
One asked, “What does this MEAN?” while another speculated, “She’s demanding attention bc she’s in trouble [sic].”
Britney’s post comes after her converatorship hearing was canceled as people illegally appeared on the Zoom call.
Several people appeared on the Zoom stream and ignored the judge’s orders to leave, leading to the hearing being postponed, according to TMZ.
The showbiz site said the hearing was a quarterly one where people give updates to the court on the case.
However, despite rumors Britney is displeased with the arrangement, insiders told the gossip site that she is yet to file legal challenges against the conservatorship.
Regarding the disruption of the hearing, the judge was reportedly “frustrated with the situation”, sources told The Blast, causing the hearing to be delayed until next month.
This comes as Britney’s brother Bryan Spears revealed in a rare interview that his younger sister “always wanted” to get out of the conservatorship.
The 43-year-old – who hardly ever speaks out publicly – made the comments amid the ongoing #FreeBritney campaign fans launched to demand the pop star’s legal freedom.
Britney currently has no legal control over her estate or financial and personal assets — those rights were granted to her father, Jamie, and a lawyer 12 years ago.
On Thursday, the film producer told the As Not Seen on TV podcast: “[Britney’s] always wanted to get out of [the conservatorship]. It’s very frustrating to have.”
“Whether someone’s coming in peace to help or coming in with an attitude, having someone constantly tell you to do something has got to be frustrating,” he added.
Britney’s conservatorship has been in place since 2008 – one year after her infamous 2007 public breakdown.
The hitmaker was pictured at the time shaving her head, taking an umbrella to a car among other worrying behavior following the divorce from ex husband Kevin Federline.
Britney shares her only two sons Preston, 14, and Jayden, 13, with the backup dancer.