NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Britney Spears is all about fun and not the drama.
The mother of two showed off her hot bikini bod in an Instagram video Wednesday. As she puts it, she's "twirling for all the haters." The 34-year-old dedicated the video to all those who have nothing nice to say about her. Looks like the singer is throwing major shade just in time for the summer heat.
According to People.com, Spears is rocking a blue, white and green two piece with white straps from Victoria's Secret PINK. This hot mama is no stranger when it comes to showing off her killer bod. The Louisiana native has many posts on social media chilling poolside.
Spears is currently in Las Vegas performing her "Pieces of Me" show.
Move out of the way Selena, Audrey's got this
Since gaining national attention earlier this year on the Rachael Ray show for her impressive Zumba moves, Audrey Nethery has done it again.
Known for her dancing skills, it's only right to see Nethery bust a move and belt out a note with singer Selena Gomez. Gomez shared a video on Instagram singing "Love You Like A Love Song" with the young fan backstage at her Revival Tour. The video packs a whole lotta' sass and we're totally here for it.
Nethery suffers from a rare bone marrow disease called Diamond Blackfan Anemia but takes every opportunity to show off her cool moves.
"Finally got to meet this sweetheart - she owned it fully," Gomez said.
The adorable dancing duet has been viewed more than six million times.
From the White House to the NBA
Owning a basketball team could be the next move for President Barack Obama.
ESPN reports Obama has previously expressed interest in becoming part of the ownership group for the NBA franchise under the right circumstances.
It has not been said which team the president is considering, but it is well known that the POTUS is a big fan of Chicago sports teams.
Obama recently announced he will stay in Washington, D.C. while his youngest daughter Sasha finishes high school so could the Washington Wizards be an option?
"I have fantasized about being able to put together a team and how much fun that would be" said Obama.