Britney spears grooves to her ex Justin Timberlake’s new song

Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake dated back in the late 90s and broke up in 2002 after three years of their lively relationship.

Spears uploaded a video of herself on Instagram, grooving to Justin Timberlake and Jay Z’s new song, ‘holy grail’, tagging her ex in the post, captioning it “danced in my black (turtle emoji) neck last week to holy grail!! I know turtle necks are so me!!”

Britney Spears has jammed to her ex’s songs before this year, too captioning the post, “as you can see I’m not really dancing folks…I’m just very bored…PS I know we had one of the world’s greatest breakups 20 years ago…but hey the man is a genius!!! Great song JT..!!”

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