Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea have nothing but affection for each other. On Tuesday, Sept. 7, the “Baby One More Time” singer, 39, gushed on Instagram about her Australian colleague, 31, with whom she collaborated on the 2015 song “Pretty Girls.”
Britney posted a series of images of the two on stage, thanking Iggy for her “nice comments” and thanking her for being “strong” and “badass.”
Britney captioned the photo, “Me and Iggy on stage.” “It was a blast working with such a powerful, fierce woman like her…. I haven’t met her new kid, but if she reads this, I wish her all the best and thank you for your nice thoughts.🌹🌹🌹 !!!! Pssss although the name of the song is Pretty Girls I think the concept is more like revenge of the NERDS.”
In the comments area, the “Fancy” artist expressed his sentiments. She wrote, “I totally adore you more than words.” “I’ll always love you, you smart, too-genius-for-this-world-to-understand, kind-hearted, courteous, and gorgeously ethereal human. We are unquestionably two big ole goofballs in the greatest conceivable way.”
Britney’s estranged father Jamie filed a petition to dissolve his daughter’s conservatorship just a few hours before the love fest. The Spears patriarch, 69, filed the petition in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming that Britney was “entitled to have this Court now carefully evaluate whether this conservatorship is no longer required” after 13 years under the legal arrangement.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) July 1, 2021
Britney’s circumstances have changed “to such an extent that grounds for establishing a conservatorship may no longer exist,” he said. The pop sensation has made it clear that she wants her father to be removed from the conservatorship. Britney said she wanted to charge Jamie with conservatorship abuse in a follow-up hearing in July after her first court hearing in June (during which she sought for the conservatorship to be lifted).
Iggy, along with other celebrities, expressed their support for Britney during her initial court appearance in June, saying she “witnessed” Jamie’s actions that Britney outlined in court while they worked together on “Pretty Girls.” “At the very least, removing someone Britney has labeled as harmful from her life is fundamental human decency. “This should be illegal,” she said at the start of her lengthy statement (above), later adding, “Britney Spears should not be compelled to coexist with that man when she’s made it plain it’s badly harming her mental health.”