Britney Spears in hospital after ‘breaking foot while dancing’

Singer’s boyfriend posted a video of her cast with the song title ‘Stronger’ written on it

Ellie Harrison
Wednesday 19 February 2020 10:45
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Britney Spears has been hospitalised after breaking her foot while dancing, according to her boyfriend Sam Asghari.

In a picture posted on Asghari’s Instagram, the singer can be seen in what appears to be a hospital bed, posing alongside her partner.

The caption reads: “When you break something it tends to heal stronger specially when you’re my Girl👌🏽 my lioness broke her metatarsal bone on her foot doing what she loves which is dancing 💃 Wishing her the best recovery so she can jump, run, and dance her butt off 💪🏽 #stronger.”

In a video on his Instagram story, Asghari revealed the word “Stronger” is written on Spears’ cast, after her 2000 track.

Spears and Asghari reportedly began dating in 2016, after meeting on the set of her “Slumber Party” music video.

The artist has yet to comment on her injury.

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