Britney says end of conservatorship is ‘best day ever’ as she thanks fans

Britney Spears has taken a moment to thank her fans and those who supported the Free Britney movement following the termination of her 13 year conservatorship.

The Toxic singer, 39, said she is "finally free" after a judge in Los Angeles ended the conservatorship set up by her father Jamie Spears 13 years ago.

Britney's conservatorship was terminated with immediate effect at the court in LA, while fans gathered outside to celebrate.

Singer Britney's fans and Free Britney supporters celebrated the huge victory by cheering, waving pink #FreeBritney flags and popping pink confetti cannons.

Britney posted footage of the celebrations on her Instagram page, where one person can be heard saying through a megaphone: "The conservatorship has been terminated!"

As singer Britney shared the clip with her 36.1 million followers, she shared her gratitude in the caption.

Britney penned: "Good God I love my fans so much it’s crazy" followed by a cute face emoji and red heart emoji.

"I think I’m gonna cry the rest of the day" she confessed before adding: "Best day ever … praise the Lord … can I get an Amen".

The Lucky singer then added a praying hands emoji, sun emoji and high five emoji before ending the caption with the hashtag "#FreedBritney".

She later posted a gorgeous photo go herself wearing a green polka dot crop top and tiny white shorts, followed by a video of the same outfit, to celebrate the huge win.

Britney had been under a conservatorship since 2008, when her father Jamie Spears took over power of her finances, career decisions and personal decisions – including visits with her sons Sean and Jayden.

Jamie, 69, previously said of Britney in earlier court filings: "Her life was in shambles and she was in physical, emotional, mental and financial distress".

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However, he recently said it although the conservatorship was "necessary to protect Britney" she is now able to "re-take control of her life".

It comes after Britney said in court that her dad should "be in jail" over the conservatorship.

Speaking to a judge in June this year, Britney said: "Anyone involved in this conservatorship, including my management … they should be in jail."

Britney also accused those involved in the conservatorship of forcing her to perform and claimed she wasn't allowed to have her IUD taken out to allow her to expand her brood and was put on lithium "out of nowhere".

She added to the judge: "Ma’am, I am not here to be anyone’s slave. I can say no to a dance move."

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