Britney's back, y'all!
Britney Spears ended her 22-day social media silence on Wednesday night, putting to rest fan-fueled rumors about her whereabouts. And what a return it was!
The social media-loving star hadn't posted to her eccentric Instagram account since July 4, when she posted a stock image of picture-perfect fireworks that she probably found on Google. In the three-plus weeks since her last post, fans had taken to the comments section to ask what she was up to, as she usually posts multiple times a week -- if not multiple times a day.
"Where R U Brit??," "Omg where is She?," "I think she's taking a break from Instagram," and "missing Britney hard :)" were just some of the comments worried fans left for her.
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On Wednesday, though, the Princess of Pop returned in all of her glory. The "Slumber Party" hitmaker shared two stunning photos from a new photo shoot to promote her 22 Britney Spears Fragrances. Yes, Britney Spears has 22 fragrances, having recently released the 22nd, called "VIP Private Show."
In the shots, a platinum blonde Britney dons two separate pale pink outfits that show off her signature physique. The first shows Spears rocking a teeny leotard with a plunging neckline, a cape and matching heels. In the other, Brit Brit dons an uber-mini sheer dress with bejeweled detailing all over and a high neckline.
It was a welcome return to form for the beloved singer, and fans made sure she knew how appreciated her return to social media was by flooding the comments with heart-filled emojis.
Though it's unclear what she was doing for her three weeks of radio silence, the singer did give a rare interview to People about raising her two sons as a single parent. For more, watch the video above.
Welcome back, Britney!
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