Britney Spears ditched her clothes and bared all in a steamy shower video snapped in Mexico last year.
The 41-year-old popstar left very little to the imagination as she stripped topless and tossed her famous blonde locks around with the water gushing onto her chest.
Britney looked incredible as she writhed around and showed off her incredible toned physique from the shoulders up.
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The Princess of Pop took to Instagram on Wednesday (February 2) with a new edit of a throwback video originally shared last December.
She oozed glamour as she swept her soaked locks back behind her face and shot a sultry stare down the lens.
Britney might have ditched her clothes but she was still sporting her signature smoky eye makeup and pink lippy despite the rushing water dripping onto her skin.
Catching up with fans, Britney wrote: "Repost from Mexico !!! Because it’s a better edit [angry emoji].
"!!! No music ??? Silence is golden !!! Sup birds [swan emoj]."
Back in December, Britney told fans she enjoyed a whopping two-hour long shower and slammed the notion that you 'can't reveal your body' these days.
She wrote: "I’m posting these from Mexico !!!! Honestly I have no idea why but I can see better !!!! I was in the shower for 2 hours but we can’t reveal our bodies now !!!
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"There’s something about shooting in water !!! I wanted to see my eyes."
Britney recently used her Instagram account to slam theories that she was having a breakdown.
In a length post, she wrote: "It is what it is … nope I’m not having a breakdown … I am who I am and moving forward in my life. I have never felt better !!!"
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