Britney Spears Fans Concerned by Star's Latest Video: 'What the Hell Is Going On?'

Britney Spears fans are concerned for the popstar's wellbeing after her latest Instagram post.

The "Oops I Did It Again" hitmaker took to the social media platform to answer questions fans had asked.

Spears answered three questions, one on her favorite business trip, another on her shoe size and the final one on if—and when—she plans to return to the stage.

Alarm bells began ringing for fans at the 39-year-old's introduction, which saw her say that she heard about questions fans had written in with.

"So I hear that you guys have been writing in and I am here to answer all of your questions," she said.

In a comment that was liked over 15,000 times, @pippireine posted: "Britney my question is what the hell goin on."

Instagram user @madison_bruce user wrote: "'So I hear that you guys have been writing in' biiiig red flag."

@jaimecoburn added: "Bless her, she still thinks pigeons are delivering the mail. no ones been 'writing in' since 1803."

"She hears we've been writing. Guess she didn't read it herself," @m.l.jt.f noted.

Others expressed concern over the fact that they could not imagine anyone had actually asked the singer those questions.

User @dlrmnke said: "Queen of answering questions nobody asked. All we're asking is if you're OK." The comment was liked hundreds of times.

Meanwhile, @bes_science commented on the star's demeanor: "Wow the rocking back and forth and speaking at 100mph. I got second hand anxiety just watching this."

In the video, Spears revealed that she has "no idea" if she plans to return to the stage again.

She said: "The question is, 'am I ready to take the stage again, am I going to take the stage again, will I ever take the stage again?' I have no idea. I'm having fun right now I'm in transition in my life and I'm enjoying myself, so, that's it."

The comments come ahead of Spears' widely anticipated court appearance on June 23.

The status hearing is expected to see the star address her conservatorship for the first time in open court.

Spears' father Jamie Spears has retained control over major aspects of her life, including finances and personal health decisions since 2008.

The "Toxic" songstress' decision to address the case's presiding judge Brenda Penny comes after her legal team filed a request that Jodie Montgomery replace her father as conservator.

Montgomery has been Spears' professional care manager after her father stepped down due to health problems.

The decision came after her legal representatives told a judge in November 2020 that "my client has informed me that she is afraid of her father." They added that she "will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career."

Britney Spears is currently under a conservatorship
Singer Britney Spears performs at the 102.7 KIIS FM's Jingle Ball 2016 on December 02, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia