BRITNEY Spears has today thrilled fans with a snap of herself in a sexy gold swimsuit.
The singer, 38, sent her fans wild in the barely there ensemble for a new cover for her 2016 album Glory.
Brit shared the picture to celebrate the record going back to No.1 on iTunes.
In the sexy snap, taken by famous photographer Dave LaChappelle, the Baby One More Time hitmaker can be seen lying on the ground in a desert draped in chains.
The sexy one-piece skims over her stomach and is completely cut away at the back.
The shimmering swimsuit reveals her toned legs and shows off her side-boob.
Britney wrote next to the snap: "You asked for a new Glory cover and since it went to number one we had to make it happen !!!! Couldn't have done it without you all."
The singer also shared some cute snaps of herself in a floral dress.
She looked sweet in a floral dress and white necklace to match.
The new pictures comes as it was revealed how Britney quarantined with sister Jamie-Lynn so she wasn't "alone" in lockdown without her sons.
She spent two weeks with her younger sibling in Louisiana so that she wasn't left alone in Los Angeles during the coronavirus pandemic.
The star is mom to 14-year-old Preston and 13-year-old Jayden, whom she welcomed during her marriage to Kevin Federline.
But Kevin has 70% custody of the boys and Britney has 30%.
Speaking to ET via Zoom, Jamie-Lynn, 29, explained: "Britney was like, 'I want to come home, I don't want to be by myself' out here (LA) because all of her family's pretty much here (Louisiana).
"So she was able to come home for almost two weeks or so."
The actress and singer, who has daughter Maddie, 11, from a previously relationship and Ivey, two, with husband Jamie Watson, said she has been "fortunate" to have her family close in lockdown.
She added: "She was here for my birthday and for (Jamie Lynn's daughter) Ivey's birthday. But then, of course, she has her own children and all of that stuff and her home, so she went back to Los Angeles just a couple weeks ago."
"We’re all just trying to abide by the rules and do what we're supposed to do. Having our family has been the biggest blessing, too.
"I mean, we're driving each other absolutely insane, about things you wouldn't normally get mad about, but at the end of the day, at least we have each other, you know? That's been really fortunate."
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