Days after shocking fans with her sudden deactivation of her account, the 39-year-old pop star returned to the social media platform on Monday with a new post about her engagement ceremony.
“Some scenes from my weekend getaway to celebrate my engagement with my … HOLY (WITH) … FIANCÉ … I still can’t believe it!!!!” He wrote while captioning his two pictures. “I couldn’t stay away from chickpeas longer so I’m back already!!!!”
In the pictures, Spears also commented on her new hairstyle. singer Recently made her hair short and dyed part redBut in the new images, she is seen with her usual long blonde hair.
“Psss I took these with clip in extensions to Palm Springs,” she said.
Granthshala has contacted a representative for Spears for further comment and details.
The singer’s battle for conservatism The pop star’s well-being has sparked worldwide interest and concern, which made it even more shocking for fans when the pop icon deleted her Instagram page on September 14, suddenly interacting with the public. To cut your biggest stage.
“Don’t worry guys… just taking a break from social media to celebrate my engagement,” she said. tweeted Same day, adding to her signature barrage of exclamation points and emojis. Although Spears has more followers (55.5 million) on Twitter than Instagram (34 million), it is a social media platform that she rarely uses.
“I’ll be back soon,” she promised.
As her battle for conservatism raged, Instagram was where fans felt they could authentically listen to her feelings despite Spears not having complete control over her life. When supporters of the #FreeBritney campaign worried that she was being prevented from participating in a legal battle over who controlled her assets, Instagram became an outlet for Spears to update the public on her thoughts. With that outlet gone, although apparently temporarily, some fans applauded his move into secrecy, while others expressed concern that his primary form of communication with the outside world had been removed.
For months, Spears has shared posts that range from light-hearted (see: her swirling dance videos) to candid and blunt (like when she said in March that she was in recent documentaries about her career and conservatism). Was “embarrassed” by how it was portrayed.)
One of his most recent posts expressed gratitude for the #FreeBritney movement because Her father and co-mentor Jamie Spears reversed her stance and filed documents to end her stereotype.
Spears wrote, “Grown up in a world where basically everything I did was controlled by someone else… I hope this message reaches those who are confused or tampered with by the system.” have been done.” “NO… YOU ARE NOT ALONE AND NO… YOU ARE NOT CRAZY!!!! Before it’s too late, people should hear this!!!! I’ve waited 13 years for my freedom! !!!”
Just two days after this came the news of Instagram Spears revealed her engagement to her boyfriend on Instagram Four years old, Sam Asgari.
Spears captioned the video, showing off the four-carat ring with shocked expressions, “I can’t believe it.” Spears added six engagement ring emoji and six exclamation points to her announcement.
“Look, do you like it?” Asgari asked about the ring in the short video, to which Spears replied, “Yes!”
Hours after her social media break made waves, Spears was named one of the Time 100’s Most Influential People on Wednesday. Paris Hilton Wrote tribute to “The Fighter” and “Cutest Soul” who “grew up in the tabloid culture of the 2000s, when the paparazzi machine was accepted, unforgiving and cruel.”
She continued: “In 2021, the fight for #FreeBritney roared louder than ever from her global network of devoted fans and a concerned public. Our hearts broke when Britney spoke about her pain.
“Despite the darkness that has surrounded her life, Britney is the epitome of happiness and shares the light of her beautiful heart, a forever superstar,” concluded Hilton. “That’s why we stand with her and root for her as she turns pain into purpose, her unbreakable spirit stronger than ever.”
Contribution: Charles Trepany