Britney Spears fans said they could see the "spark" was back in her eyes as she shared a video of her getting her groove on to Beyonce's Haunted.
The pop princess, 39, posted the video on Instagram for her 35.3million followers in the run up to Halloween.
The clip showed the singer dancing in her house wearing a skimpy white bralette top and the shortest of black shorts.
Britney recently won a major step in her attempt to rid herself of her conservatorship, as her father Jamie was officially suspended as one of her conservators.
And she seemed to be revelling in her victory as she flipped her hair back and forth and twirled and gyrated around her living room in the sexy clip.
"HAUNTED…" she posted.
"THE SONG … well ladies and gentlemen it just seemed like the MOST APPROPRIATE THING to post!!! What do you guys think???!!!
"Psss if I'm haunting you, you must be haunting me — happy early Halloween folks!!!!!"
The star added ghost and pumpkin emojis to her light-hearted post.
Britney's fans lapped it up and many said how "stunning" and "dazzling" she was.
Others said they felt she was getting back to her old self.
"I'm seeing that spark come back in those eyes!!!!" one posted.
"There is something in your eyes that is back!" said another. "So happy to see you getting happier and better every day. Such a Queen!"
"The dance of freedom," said another one of the popular star's followers.
"Yessssss be free Brit," exclaimed another person.
"Serving pure joy!!!" posted one admirer. "It is so nice to see your smile, B!"
Other fans asked Britney for another peek at her engagement ring.
The Oops!… I Did It Again singer announced last month that she was set to wed boyfriend Sam Asghari after dating for around five years.
Britney shared a video on social media in which she showed off a huge diamond ring.
"Do you like it?" Sam asked her, and she replied: "Yes!"
"I can't f***ing believe it!!!!!!" she captioned the sweet video.
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