Britney Spears wears bikini ‘animal print’ and tattoo on Instagram

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The singer Britney Spears bragged about his figure toned in Instagram by posting a photo of herself in a bikini.

The interpreter Piece of me wore a bathing suit two pieces with a stamped animal print with the left to view your flat abdomen and a tattoo in the bikini line.

He completed his look with a choker of white lace. She emphasized her eyes with black eyeliner, but left it free of makeup for the rest of his face. Boasted a blonde tresses and abundant dishevelled to pose in front of a garden.

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Spears, 38, subtituló the image: “I can Not wait for spring” and earned more than half a million reactions, including a I Like the singer Miley Cyrus.

Its publication comes one week after I gave the welcome to the 2020 practicing yoga in a bikini. The star revealed that to maintain their routine is your New Year’s resolution.

The princess of pop adopted a lifestyle fitness since I started out with the coach Sam Asghari, 26-year-old. Three years of dating.

2020 paints to be a great year for Britney Spears. On the 31st of January will open the immersive experience The Zoneinspired in his artistic career.

The exhibition will feature 10 interactive rooms sobere videos more iconic than Britney Spears, as Toxic, Baby One More Time and Oops I did it again.

It is expected that the tour will last between 60 and 90 minutes. Fans can enjoy sets with the latest technology to take selfies, dance, and learn more about the career of the singer. Of course, there will be store of souvenirs.

The Zone will open on January 31 and will close on the 26th of April 2020 at 6310 West 3rd Street, Los Angeles, California 90046.

Britney Spears already showed some videos of what you can expect.

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