BRITNEY Spears has no plans to return to the stage despite the fact her father was removed as her conservator marking a huge win in her trial.
The pop star has been "focusing on her engagement" to fitness trainer Sam Asghari who has vowed to "take care of her."
Britney, 39, may not perform ever again despite her newfound freedom, a source has revealed to TMZ.
The insider claimed that "she doesn't want to work or perform right now, and that's been her mindset for a long time."
After announcing that she and her longtime beau were engaged on September 12th, the singer has been relishing her romance.
"Work and performing are not on her priority list, even though she knows her fans want to see her on stage," the source continued.
Those individuals that have toured with Britney in the past and "have had their hands in the showbiz aspect of her career" believe she may even never "perform again."
The mother of two had a four-year residency in Las Vegas but recently revealed that she was forced to perform there as well as on her European tour in 2018.
The Princess of Pop previously claimed she would not be touring again as long as her father Jamie Spears was still in charge of her conservatorship, and has her sights set on other pastimes.
When speaking out at her court hearing in June, Britney made bold claims about her treatment during her final tour, which turned out to be a torturous experience for her.
After her manager, Larry Rudolph resigned from his role in July he made it very clear that his client wanted to "retire from the music business" and his prediction has rung true thus far.
SHE SAID YES!
Last month, the Toxic singer announced her engagement to her long-time boyfriend Sam Asghari.
The personal trainer recently took to social media to ensure Britney's fans that he would "take care" of her after her father's resignation.
The 27-year-old hopped on his Instagram stories to reply to a fan who insisted: "Take care of our girl" with a kiss emoji and peace sign.
"I got you America," he wrote back, along with a flexing muscle emoji, winky face, and prayer hands.
Britney won a huge legal victory this week as her father Jamie, 69, was removed as her conservator after 13 years.
While speaking in court, Judge Brenda Penny said: "Based on what I read in the filings, and I read everything. I do believe the suspension of Jamie Spears is in the best interest of Britney Spears.
"The current situation is unattainable. The court finds the toxic environment Jamie Spears has created needs to be removed today."
The change means that the Mississippi native will have more freedom over her personal life, and can now make big life decisions, including taking big steps with her boyfriend of more than five years.
The Iranian model presented the singer with a 4-carat round brilliant cut diamond ring from Forever Diamonds NY during his September proposal.
The hitmaker gushed in excitement, telling fans: "I can’t f***ing believe it!!"
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