While huge swaths of the Internet coalesce to collectively fight for the legal autonomy of Britney Spears, she's busy dancing.
The post comes just days after her longtime manager Larry Rudolf said she may never perform again, and may never be "physically, mentally, and passionately ready" to return to celebrity life. "That's not what I said", Rudolph wrote in a statement.
Britney Spears fans have been left confused and concerned after the pop icon posted a video of herself dancing to a Michael Jackson song, which turned out to be from March 15 previous year.
Spears was in the legal care of her father Jamie and court-appointed attorney Andrew Wallet from 2008 until March, when Andrew stepped down, leaving Jamie as the star's sole conservator.
Then, in early April, the 37-year-old singer checked into a mental health facility, but she is now alleging her stint there wasn't as therapeutic as originally intended.
The judge presiding over Britney Spears' conservatorship has ordered a full investigation into her bid to have the terms adjusted.
The popstar has since alleged that she was held in the facility and forced to take drugs against her will by her father, and a hearing reviewing the conservatorship was held on Friday.
"The Toxic singer is now at the centre of a social media campaign called "#FreeBritney", which was set up by her fans to emancipate her from a conservatorship held by her father. "I'm not buying that Britney posted this". "But don't worry, I'll be back very soon".