Britney Spears is feeling artistic.
The 39-year-old pop star took to Instagram on Tuesday evening to share with her fans a snapshot of what she’s been up to.
In a speedy time-lapse video, Spears could be seen painting some abstract art on a large sheet of white paper while wearing an oversized white T-shirt and blue sneakers.
“As you guys know there’s a lot of change going on in my life at the moment and today I was feeling overwhelmed so I went to Michael’s and got white paper and paint!!!” she wrote in the caption, referencing her intensifying conservatorship battle that saw several shifts during a hearing on Monday. (Michael’s is a popular chain of arts and crafts stores.)
“I wanted to see color and this is me messing around!!!” Spears continued. “Ok so I’m not a professional painter but I certainly felt like I was!!!”
Britney Spears said that the ‘changes’ in her life have left her "feeling overwhelmed." (Getty Images)
The “Toxic” singer said her artwork was an “expression” of how she’s “feeling at the moment”: “Rebellious… colorful…bright…bold …spontaneous…magical.”
She added that she’s “obviously” showing her “true colors.”
“If you look closely you can see find a fish in there somewhere!!!” Spears concluded.
On Monday, the star’s new attorney, Mathew Rosengart, came through on an early promise and filed a petition requesting that Spears’ father, Jamie, be removed as her conservator. The singer and her lawyer suggested that accountant Jason Rubin fill the position.
The petition will be addressed in a hearing in late September.
Britney Spears’ attorney Mathew Rosengart recently filed a petition requesting that her father, Jamie, be removed as her conservator. (Associated Press)
Also during the hearing, all parties continued to work on an agreement to pay for Jodi Montgomery’s security and agreed to cap the cost at $50,000, though they did not officially reach an agreement.
Vivian Thoreen, the attorney for Spears’ father Jamie, who previously balked at the $50,000 request, said that as long as the singer consents, her client now approves of the number. The security costs will be re-evaluated in the September hearing.
Bessemer Trust’s request to be removed from the case as conservator of Spears’ estate was approved by Judge Brenda Penny and Montgomery’s temporary role as conservator of person was extended until Oct. 8.