Britney Spears is ‘happiest’ when performing for her fans amid career hiatus

Britney Spears is reportedly at her happiest when she's performing live for her fans.

The singer's former assistant Felicia Culotta says she misses seeing the Toxic hitmaker performing live.

Since 2008, Britney's father Jamie Spears has been her legal conservator, meaning he has control of her finances as final say on a wide range of her personal life decisions.

Despite being unable to make major life choices, since being placed into the conservatorship Britney has embarked on two word tours, a Las Vegas residency and released four albums.

Britney is now on an indefinite work hiatus, however it's reported that she feels her best when up on the stage belting out her hits.

“Britney is indeed happiest when performing because she gets to absorb all the positive energy and love the fans throw out to her," Felicia told Us Weekly.

The singer's most recent album, Glory, came out in August 2016, and the last time she performed in public was in October 2018.

And although it's not known when or if Britney will take to the stage next, it's safe to say fans miss seeing her perform.

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Britney's fans are currently worried for her welfare after watching Framing Britney Spears – a New York Times documentary that focuses on her life.

The eye-opening doc explores her controversial conservatorship, as well as the involvement of her father Jamie in all aspects of her life.

Last year, Britney filed an application to the courts to remove Jamie from the position as her conservator.

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However each of her appeals has been denied.

For years the Free Britney movement, which argues that she should be allowed to be in charge of her own life without legal constraint, was seen by many as over-eager fans putting two and two together and making six.

But now, the online campaign has taken on a life of its own with a string of celebs including Miley Cyrus, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow and US host Andy Cohen all backing the campaign.

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