Britney Spears is one of — if not the — most recognizable pop-stars of the 21st century. However, following a strict conservatorship that controlled over a decade of her life, the singer is now learning the freedom of being alone and doesn’t plan on making a full-fledged comeback in the music industry.

In Spears’ new memoir, “The Woman In Me,” she addressed the question everyone has been wondering: Will she be returning to the music scene?

“I keep getting asked when I’m going to put on shows again,” she wrote. “I confess that I’m struggling with that question. I’m enjoying dancing and singing the way I used to when I was younger and not trying to do it for my family’s benefit, not trying to get something, but doing it for me and for my genuine love of it.”

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She noted that now, she feels “reborn” and enjoys just dancing around her home by herself, gaining back her love for music. However, that doesn’t mean she’s going to head out on a tour or drop an album anytime soon.

“Being an entertainer was great, but over the last five years my passion to entertain in front of a live audience has lessened,” Spears wrote. “I do it for myself now. I feel God more when I’m alone.”

While an album may not be on the horizon, she’s already been open to making new music. Last August, she released her first single in 13 years: “Hold Me Closer” with Sir Elton John. The chart-topping track was made entirely under Spears’ control. She noted in the memoir that “pushing forward in my music career is not my focus at the moment,” and instead, “it’s time for me not to be someone who other people want; it’s time to actually find myself.”

Four years ago, Spears was set to perform her “Domination” Las Vegas residency, yet ahead of the show, it was revealed that her dad kept her in a mental health facility against her will. The residency was ultimately put on hold — and never returned. Over the coming months, more news began to spread of Spears’ long-running conservatorship that had been in place since 2007. Spears’ fans created a movement, dubbed #FreeBritney, exposing the truth behind the conservatorship.

In November 2021, the conservatorship was officially terminated. Spears openly said that the #FreeBritney movement “saved” her life in a way, helping give back her voice.

The Woman In Me,” which was just released on October 24, is dubbed “a brave and astonishingly moving story about freedom, faith, fame, motherhood, survival, faith, and hope.” The memoir delves into Spears’ life behind-the-scenes, allowing the popstar to tell her story on her own terms.

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