Oops, she's doing it again! Britney Spears is planning her comeback

Los Angeles, California – Britney Spears is reportedly working on new music after a six-year hiatus.

Britney Spears' team is reportedly in communication with her former collaborators regarding new music ventures.
Britney Spears' team is reportedly in communication with her former collaborators regarding new music ventures.  © Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/britneyspears

It seems the princess of pop might be hitting the recording studio in the near future.

On Monday, The Sun reported that Britney's team has been in talks with her former collaborators about making pop magic with the Overprotected singer once more.

According to the publication, a music industry insider said, "Several people who [Britney] feels comfortable working with have been contacted and asked if they would like to work on music with Britney again and everyone seems pretty keen to be involved."

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The insider added, "She has been through an incredibly tough few years but deep down she does love making music and performing so to have some new music out there could really help her turn over a new leaf."

If Britney is planning on making new bops for the masses to dance to, it'll be the first time she's released music since her 2016 album, Glory.

The idea that Britney might be ready to dip her toe back into music-making isn't entirely random, either.

On February 9, the 40-year-old spilled quite the tea on Instagram while posting a video of herself dancing to her 2007 single, Get Naked (I Got a Plan), in sky-high heels and a strappy red bodysuit.

But in typical Britney fashion, it wasn't the video that contained the truth bombs – it was the caption in which she stated, "This is a tease of what’s to come!!!"

This would be the first music-related venture Britney's undertaken as a free woman outside the grips of her 13-year conservatorship that was terminated in November.

So long as the decision to return is 100% Britney's, fans will undoubtedly be all-in on anything she releases.

Cover photo: Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/britneyspears

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