Britney Spears 'mortified' after accidentally posting video in see-through dress
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Britney Spears was left 'mortified' after she accidentally posted a video to her Instagram in a see-through dress.
But while the posts that Spears does share to Instagram are met with great anticipation from fans, the star has admitted that she recently posted something by mistake.
On Tuesday (7 February), Spears shared a video of her dancing in a see-through dress, with the backdrop of Drake's song 'Nonstop'.
The clip showed Spears strutting up to the camera, flipping her hair and adjusting her dress to ensure it did not fall down.
But she said that she was embarrassed about sending the film out the day before, which she initially passed off as intentional.
Captioning the new video, Spears penned: "Holy s***!! Mistake s***!!! I posted the wrong video of me singing yesterday and once I did, I tried to play it off with the caption!!!
"Embrace the fall!!! Yep and try to play it off... yep that’s me!!!!
"I was in the studio messing around and I accidentally posted that version!!! Mortified, completely mortified!!!
"Anyway... this is me last night in my new gold dress!!! Think I need to salsa in this dress!!!"
Fans were actually unable to respond to the unfortunate mishap, as Spears has comments turned off on her Instagram account.
However, the new post did receive over 270,000 likes on the social media platform.
While Spears admits that she does love the interaction with her fans following the end to her controversial conservatorship, she was pranked by one recently as police were called to her home.
The star said that 'things went a little too far' with the prank call and that her 'privacy was invaded'.
She added: "The police never entered my home and when they came to my gate they quickly realized there was no issue and left immediately.
"This felt like I was being gaslit and bullied once the incident made it to the news and once again being portrayed in a poor and unfair light by the media."