Video of Britney Spears Fan's Reaction to Conservatorship Victory Viewed 9 Million Times

An online fitness instructor and Britney Spears fan shared the hilarious moment he discovered mid-workout that Jamie Spears had been suspended from the popstar's conservatorship.

Caleb Marshall, otherwise known as The Fitness Marshall, boasts over 2 million YouTube subscribers where he often hosts livestream workouts for his viewers to join in. Wednesday's workout coincided with the announcement that Britney Spears' father would no longer be acting as her conservator, after a judge ruled in her favor.

His hilarious reaction has been viewed over 4 million times.

"Is there a quick update or am I gonna get mad?" asked Marshall to an off-screen individual, between exercises.

"Jamie's gone???" he shouted in response, before suddenly jumping and clapping when the news was confirmed.

"Oh this is a good day, we're gonna sweat booties," he added.

Clearly elated by the latest update in Britney Spears' ongoing battle to end her conservatorship, Marshall enlisted the help of the playing song. "You just gave me a reason," he quick-wittedly responded to the lyrics. "My queen is one step closer to freedom."

Continuing to work out, he added: "We are going to slay this so hard in the name of Britney Jean Spears."

Things became a little less cheerful, when it turned to how he wanted to deal with Jamie Spears, while exercising at the same time. "Jump, high knee Jamie in the face," he ordered. "Elbow him," he added, while introducing the next elbow-focused move.

The video can also be seen in full here.

Like many Britney Spears fans, Marshall was celebrating a California judge's ruling that Jamie Spears would be suspended as the conservator of her estate after 13 years.

Britney Spears' attorney, Mathew Rosengart, asked the courts for the suspension last week, and requested the appointment of a temporary conservator. John Zabel, a certified public accountant, will now oversee her finances.

Jamie Spears' attorney objected to the suspension, arguing that it was unnecessary if the conservatorship was set to end.

Britney Spears was placed under conservatorship in 2008 amid concerns for her mental health, with her father overseeing her personal and financial affairs.

Fans like Marshall have watched the legal battle play out in front of their very eyes, and many even helped bring it to the media forefront, with concerns over the singer's freedom and well-being under the conservatorship.

"I really hope Britney sees this," wrote one TikTok user on the video.

"This is the best thing ever," commented another.

Britney Spears at the BMAs
Singer Britney Spears attends the 2016 Billboard Music Awards at T-Mobile Arena on May 22, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. A Britney Spears fan shared the hilarious moment he discovered mid-workout that Jamie Spears had been suspended from the popstar's conservatorship. Lester Cohen/Getty Images