Britney Spears
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Britney Spears has been speaking super candidly recently, and the iconic pop legend is proving that she’s the most relatable celebrity in the game.

The star has recently been in London, England, promoting her new album Glory, as well as performing her first international show in five years at the Apple Music Festival in Camden.

Along the way, Spears has opened up about how she didn’t really enjoy her twenties but was loving her thirties, sung Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” on helium, and has been slaying the fashion game with a collection of cute AF rompers.

Brit has also been opening up about her dating life, too, and it has us saying, “THAT’S SO US.”

Dropping by the UK chat show The Jonathon Ross Show, Britney was quizzed about her love life and what she made of dating in general. Basically, Britney is tired of crappy men.

OMG Brit, we couldn’t agree more. There’s literally nothing worse than when guys (and girls) play games. false

Continuing, the singer went on reveal that she has a friend at home who sets her up on dates with varying results.


Despite this, Britney went on to explain that, really, she wasn’t too bothered about finding a man at all.

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YES BRITNEY! YES! It’s so great to see a strong independent woman express how she’s happy the way she is with or without a man. She is Britney Spears after all.

In fact, this isn’t the first time that Brit has spoken about she’s pretty much done with men.

During her hilarious “Carpool Karaoke” segment with James Corden, Britney explained that she might not ever do “the men thing again.”

Just because Brit might not want to jump into a relationship again, however, it doesn’t mean that she can’t lust after a sexy guy on a motorcycle.

Britney’s latest music video, the steamy clip for the G-Eazy assisted “Make Me…,” actually sees the singer audition a bunch of men to be her play thing, and we have to say it’s pretty steamy.

We just love that Britney is totally open and completely real. Don’t ever change, girl!