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Britney Spears Gets 'Happy' In Cheetah Print Bodysuit

By Gary Trock

Britney Spears may not be able to find her mask, but at least she was able to locate another very important item that gave off all sorts of feline feelings. Spears took to her Instagram on Wednesday afternoon with a montage of happiness while apparently searching for a facemask to wear.

Featuring herself in a fun video set to Pharrell Williams' popular song, "Happy," the Princess of Pop was seen strutting her stuff around different locations in her mansion while trying on different provocative looks.

Serving Up Body

Britney Spears in cat suit
Britney Spears / Instagram

After first appearing in a trendy outfit of a green skirt and bomber jacket, Britney quickly goes behind a curtain and emerges as Cat Lady, clad in a skintight cheetah-print bodysuit that left little to the imagination.

Britney was clearly feeling the look, which included some black stilettos, as she threw up her hands in a claw movement before pushing the camera up into her ceiling to reveal herself walking the catwalk on her balcony in a new outfit of a crop top and mini shorts.

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"I found my cat suit 🐾 … No luck finding my mask but at least I found my body 🙀😂💋!!!!" Britney declared to her fans as a caption in the fun video.

She added, "Stay joyful my friends and do what makes you happy by darn it ☀️☀️☀️!!!! God bless."

Within hours of posting, Britney's video has already racked up near 1 million views! Fans are loving the authenticity from the star, as her social media postings are usually under harsh scrutiny.

"First thing that’s seemed real in a while!" one fan noted.

In Charge of Her Own Account?

Britney Spears with red gloves
Britney Spears / Instagram

The recent posting by Britney comes on the heels of the star allegedly criticizing the controversial documentary, "Framing Britney Spears," that highlighted her strict legal conservatorship and mental health issues.

"It takes a lot of strength to TRUST the universe with your real vulnerability cause I've always been so judged... insulted... and embarrassed by the media... and I still am till this day," a message to Britney's Instagram account read.

Although Britney claims her message about the documentary was legitimate, many fans felt that she did not make the comments herself on social media.

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