Here’s My A** Ladies And Gents. Enjoy.’ Britney Spears Poses In Plunging Neon Swimsuit

Britney Spears did something new for Instagram. She gave her fans a good look of her behind.

Spears shows off her body in a series of new snaps, wearing a plunging neon swimsuit paired with knee-high boots and a furry black jacket. They got everyone’s attention as the Princess of Pop shares different angles.

From blonde, the 39-year-old performer now sports light pink hair. If fans find the pictures a little blurry, she explains it’s because her phone keeps moving around.

“I took these yesterday for fun…I never show my a** on Instagram and no…I’m not wearing a thong,” she captions the post. “Oh well…here’s my a** ladies and gents. Enjoy.”


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Spears also put her dance moves on display while donning the ensemble in another post. She gets out of her comfort zone – sharing a glimpse of her back and ditching her usual crop top and shorts.

According to Hollywood Life, the hitmaker has been “changing things up” for her image. She donned a Catwoman-inspired leather bodysuit in another post earlier this week.

One fan says she’s a “queen” and her followers love it. Another comment says she looks gorgeous and another confesses she loves the outfit.

The “Gimme More” singer’s latest post follows a sweet family photo and her opening up about becoming a mother at 24. Spears shares two children, Jayden James, 14 and Sean Preston, 15, with her former husband Kevin Federline, Hello Magazine said.

The throwback snap shows a younger Spears with Jayden and Sean playing in a swimming pool.

Spears calls herself a “baby mamma.” One follower calls her an “amazing mother” and her children surely love her.

Another comments that children approach her because she’s Britney Spears and calls her “sister-friend.” Lastly, another fan commends her for being a mother, saying she’s doing a fabulous job and adding she’s an incredible person with a “lot of weight on her shoulders.”