Britney Spears says she is on the “right medication” after conservatorship ends

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“It’s nice to be here and be present”

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Britney Spears has spoken about her again just weeks after her stereotype ended.

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The singer’s guardianship was finally terminated earlier this month after her father, Jamie, took control of her estate (estimated to be worth £45 million) for 13 years.

Now, taking to Instagram, she wrote: “That beautiful…nice…and hot fucking fuzzy feeling when you’ve been waiting patiently for 13 years to be able to live your life as you choose. And it’s finally here!!!! Lighting my candles is definitely a pleasure guys!!!”

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Spears continued: “And you might be surprised because my prayers are so powerful, especially when you’re on the right medication a month ago!!!! Damn I can actually pray…. Just great to be here Feels!!!! I am here… thanks to a doctor or mentor… good god my friends… nice to be here and to be present!!!!”

The singer previously claimed during her testimony that her doctor took her off her usual medication and gave her lithium, which she said made her “feel intoxicated” at one point during the conservatory.

After the decision to release her from guardianship, Spears called it “the best day ever.”

Meanwhile, the star recently said that she “just shot a movie” called Sculpture, leading fans to speculate whether he meant The Weeknd’s TV series of the same name.

Sculpture The show was flagged off for HBO earlier this month. The series, which is co-written with and executive produced by Raza Faheem and excitement Producer Sam Levinson will star in The Weeknd alongside Troy Sivan, Lily-Rose Depp, Susannah Son, Melanie Liebard, Tunde Adebimpé, Steve Zissis, Elizabeth Berkeley Lauren, Nico Hiraga and Anne Heche.

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