Britney Spears dances to her ex Justin Timberlake's song Holy Grail after calling him a 'genius'
BRITNEY Spears danced to her ex-boyfriend, Justin Timberlake's, song Holy Grail.
This spring she posted a similar video and called the singer a "genius."
Britney shared the more than minute-long dance video wearing a black crop-top turtleneck and plaid shorts.
The 38-year-old captioned the post: "Danced in my black [turtle emoji] neck last week to HOLY GRAIL !!!! I KNOW … turtle necks are SO ME !!!! @justintimberlake."
Britney and Justin dated from 1999-2002.
Justin, 39, went on to marry actress Jessica Biel in 2012, and they have sons Silas Randall, five, and Phineas, six months.
Britney has been dating Sam Asghari since 2016 and shares sons Sean Preston, 15, and Jayden James, 14, with her ex-husband Kevin Federline.
In April, Britney wrote on Social media, praising her ex: "This is my version of Snapchat or TikTok or whatever the cool thing you're supposed to do these days!!!!!
"As you can see I’m not really dancing folks…… I’m just very bored.”
“PS I know we had one of the world's biggest breakups 20 years ago…
“But hey the man is a genius !!!! Great song JT!!!! Pssss if you KNOW WHAT'S GOOD!!!!!!”
Last week, Britney shared another dance clip, joking she's recording an album with boyfriend Sam Asghari and Dr. Dre.
The singer showed off her moves in a teeny crop top and short shorts to Chris Isaak's hit, Blue Spanish Sky.
Britney captioned the clip: "This is 'Blue Spanish Sky' in black!!!!
"Did this one in a different outfit than the original… which version is your favorite???"
The Toxic hitmaker then posed with her personal trainer boyfriend Sam, 26, in a photo which she joked looks like an album cover, sharing: "@samasghari and I are dropping an album and this will be the cover …. produced by @drdre … #joking."
Britney has been battling her dad over her conservatorship.
Last month, it was decided her dad Jamie will remain the conservator of her estate.
Her conservatorship was also once again extended from February 2021 until September 3, 2021.
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