Britney Spears Returns to Instagram 6 Days After Deactivating Account: ‘Couldn’t Stay Away’

Britney Spears reveal she couldn't stay away from Instagram for too long and is now posting to her account again as of Monday (Sept. 20). See her new post here.

Britney Spears Returns to Instagram 6 Days After Deactivating Account: ‘Couldn’t Stay Away’

Britney Spears’ “little break” from Instagram has officially come to an end. The recently engaged singer reactivated her account Monday (Sept. 20) and told fans she simply could not contain her excitement after going on a brief trip with Sam Asghari, her husband-to-be, to celebrate their engagement news.

Spears posted a series of pictures to her feed and wrote, “Some shots from my weekend getaway to celebrate my engagement with my…holy s–t…FIANCÉ…I still can’t believe it!!!! I couldn’t stay away from the gram too long so I’m back already!!!! Psss I took these in Palm Springs with clip in extensions!!!!!”

The “Toxic” singer’s new post comes six days after fans noticed that her Instagram account was nowhere to be found. Spears later hopped on Twitter to let fans know that her missing account was intentional. “Don’t worry folks … just taking a little break from social media to celebrate my engagement !!!!” Spears wrote on her Twitter account, which remained active during her Instagram hiatus. “I’ll be back soon.”

Spears and Asghari  announced their engagement Sept. 12 via Instagram. Spears showed off her engagement ring and kissed Asghari in a post to her account. “The couple made their long-standing relationship official today and are deeply touched by the support, dedication and love expressed to them,” Asghari’s manager Brandon Cohen later said in a statement to Billboard.

See Spears’ new Instagram post below.

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Here’s Why Taylor Swift Says Her Hands Are in the ‘Permanent Shape of Claw’

Taylor Swift is making fans' dreams come true, even if it's at the expense of her own hands.

Here’s Why Taylor Swift Says Her Hands Are in the ‘Permanent Shape of Claw’

Taylor Swift is making fans’ dreams come true, even if it’s at the expense of her own hands. On Monday (Sept. 20), the superstar joked that her hands are experiencing some serious damage after making signed CDs available for her Swifties to purchase.

Earlier in the day, official fan account @taylornation13 tweeted that signed CDs of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) were available for a limited time in Swift’s merchandise store online. “Last Friday was a dream but today is a fairytale! Signed #FearlessTaylorsVersion CDs are now available for 72 HOURS, while supplies last! Get yours at store.taylorswift.com,” the account tweeted.

Swift later replied to the fan account and wrote, “It’s true, I signed them all and it’s also true that I may never write the same again, as my hand is now frozen in the permanent shape of a claw. All for you,” along with a kissy face emoji.

Swifties have had a lot of pleasant surprises lately, as the singer unexpectedly released an updated version of her 1989 single “Wildest Dreams”  on Friday, after the song was trending on TikTok. “Hi! Saw you guys got Wildest Dreams trending on TikTok, thought you should have my version,” Swift tweeted last week.

More signed CDs may be in Swift’s future too, as she’s also gearing up to . “The next album that I’ll be releasing is my version of Red, which will be out on November 19,” Swift tweeted in June. “This will be the first time you hear all 30 songs that were meant to go on Red. And hey, one of them is even ten minutes long.”

Fearless (Taylor’s Version) — part of Swift’s effort to re-record her first six albums to reclaim ownership of her masters — was released April 9 and debuted atop the Billboard 200 and Top Country Albums charts.

See Swift’s tweet about her hand below.

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