Pop superstar Britney Spears showed off her dazzling dance moves and killer figure in a tiny pink bikini on a lush boat during her recent holiday in French Polynesia .
Britney Spears let loose on a luxury boat during her recent trip to French Polynesia.
The pop superstar decided to show off her famous dance moves in a tiny pink bikini boasting a leopard print trim.
Britney, 40, made sure all eyes were firmly fixed on her as she shimmied away in the sun and poked out her peachy derriere in a skimpy pair of black shorts.
The Toxic songstress looked hotter than ever in the bold halterneck bikini, which exposed her toned tummy and killer dancer physique in the heat.
The singer seemed to be in high spirits as she moved her hips back and forth whilst the boat rushed over the waves at a fast pace.
Britney tied her sea-soaked blonde locks back in a messy bun and appeared to go makeup free to show off her radiant natural beauty.
She made sure to kept cool with a pair of retro aviator shades to shield her eyes from the sun.
Britney accessorised with a charming silver pendant necklace, a variety of bracelets and her gorgeous wedding ring.
A second snap showed Britney take to the ocean for a soothing dip and tug on her bottoms underwater.
She captioned the snaps: “When you turn things around!!! This year in French Polynesia.”
The pop star recently revealed she’d suffered nerve damage to the right side of her body as she hadn’t been breathing properly.
She explained she’s been refusing to visit a doctor about her pain as she’s been left “terrified” after her conservatorship, which was terminated after 13 years last November.
In part of her lengthy post on Twitter, Britney wrote: “When I just feel the presence of a person I immediately freeze and have to catch my breath.
“I do believe that when I was in that place I may have gotten serious mental trauma from not breathing normally. My nerve damage shoots through my hand, up to my back, neck and to the right side of my head!
‘I feel paralyzed sometimes because it feels like pins and needles just stinging! I don’t feel it all the time but when I do it’s just scary and I know something is not right!
“Well I’ve given up on people but I do have hope when I dance and sing in praise.
‘It’s weird I don’t feel the nerve damage when I dance, maybe that’s my inner child’s mind letting go and surrendering. It’s trust, belief and God knows I’m not a professional but I am able to feel something in those moments.”
Source : Dailystar By : Sam Huntley