Britney Spears says she will return to the stage after canceling her second Las Vegas residency in January.
According to a paparazzi video posted on Friday, the …Baby One More Time singer and boyfriend, Sam Asghari, were spotted outlet shopping in Thousand Oaks, California.
When a photog asked the musician if she will ever perform again, she responded:
She also told her fans:
“I love you guys.”
On Thursday, the pop star posted a video on Instagram of her dancing to a Michael Jackson song. Though some believe the clip is old, TMZ sources say it was shot that day.
As we reported, the 37-year-old is reportedly dealing with emotional issues, as doctors are struggling to find the right combination of medications for her to take.
Per a People source:
“Britney is dealing with debilitating emotional issues that need to be treated with medications. It’s like she isn’t in control over her emotions right now… Everything is very up and down.”
The insider added:
“There is no doubt that she needs to be on medications to try and find a balance again, but it’s very scary when the meds are not working.”
The source also alleged that Spears experiences a variety of emotions on a daily basis.
“Right now, she is very sluggish and down. Some days, she is a zombie. There is no life and definitely no passion in her. It’s very sad.”
During her hearing in Los Angeles last Friday, Spears reportedly told the judge she wants to be freed from her conservatorship after she was allegedly forced to seek treatment at a mental health facility.
Though she was reportedly not granted any of her requests for certain freedoms, the pop star was ordered to undergo an expert evaluation, where father Jamie and a court-appointed lawyer will set the parameters. While court papers did not specify what the expert will be evaluating, in conservatorship cases, an assessment often involves a mental examination of the subject in question.
According to The Blast on Wednesday, the judge also ordered a thorough investigation of her conservators, who are currently responsible for planning her personal life, financial affairs, and medical treatment.
Per legal documents, Spears’ case will be examined by a probate court investigator, who will file a report before Britney’s next hearing in September.
After the report has been turned in, the judge will analyze the findings, and will determine the best course of action regarding Britney’s situation.
[Image via Britney Spears/Instagram.]