'Yeah… I married myself' - Did Britney Spears just start a new online trend?

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  • Celebrities are known to do the weirdest things online that cause a stir.
  • Recently Britney Spears shared that she tied the knot for the second time this year.
  • She posted a series of photos on her social media and confirmed she is still married to Sam Asghari.

40-year-old pop superstar Britney Spears - who wed her partner Sam Asghari in June - posed in a bridal-style white gown with a lace veil in a series of pictures posted on social media. In the caption, the star joked she had tied the knot for a second time this year. 

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She wrote, "Yeah … I married myself. I got bored, liked my veil and said, 'Is this crazy? Or is there something to it?'" 

However, she clarified that she is still married to Sam, adding, "Psss yes, but I'm still married to hubby too!" Britney's latest update came shortly after she sparked an online mystery by hitting out at an unnamed celebrity - calling them a "piece of s***" in a candid Instagram message. 

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The 'Toxic' singer - who has become estranged from her family since a conservatorship that was governed by them was terminated in 2021 - took to Instagram on Sunday to "finally" express her feelings.

Alongside an image of a mystery woman wearing dark glasses, she wrote on Instagram, "Come on b****, clap back at me for two minutes... You're such a classy famous person, you piece of s***… I finally said it! Shade! I'm only human… what can I say F***YOU!" 

Britney did not name the person she was referring to in the post. The superstar has unfortunately deleted her Instagram account.


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