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The pop star showed off her abs in a white string bikini top and blue sweatpants she pulled down extra low. The queen of pop proved all workouts are better with teeny tiny booty shorts and neon purple rope lights. While this shot is ostensibly all about that gorgeous landscape, posing poolside is also the perfect way to demonstrate your abs are as flat as this body of water. This is of course a shot from her music video with Tinashe, but the pop star pretty much always looks like she just stepped out of a daydream. This photo begs the question, if Brit only wore bodysuits and thigh-high boots from now on, would you hold it against her? In fact, with her penchant for workout videos and barely-there clothing, the singer just might be the second coming of Jane Fonda. Just in case you had any doubt Spears has the largest collection of teeny-tiny shorts known to man. Another Brit pro tip: Match your sports bra and hot pants to the landscape for maximum selfie opportunities. In the words of Kenny Chesney : No shirt, no shoes, no problem.
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From her 'Oops, I Did It Again' days to and frolicking in a bikini on a Hawaiian beach, Britney Spears has undergone a pretty impressive body and style! Just LOOK how young she is! All innocent and doe-eyed, Britney begins her music career at the tender age of just 17! Picture: Instagram.
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