Britney Spears Shares Gnarly Video Of Foot Break, Hear The Loud Pop!

Britney Spears shared the gruesome moment she broke her foot while dancing last week. The 38-year-old pop princess posted the video on her Instagram and you can actually hear the pop! Britney Spears warned fans about the nasty foot break they were about to witness before they pushed play and it didn’t seem to stop them. Taking to her social media on Wednesday, the “Gimme More” singer shared an edited video showing her flaunting her dance moves before her injury then cutting to the foot break moment.

Britney Spears can first be seen wearing a yellow sports bra and rolled down black shorts. Sporting her tight stomach, she’s filmed doing a bunch of twirls and even a jump, showing her in her element before the injury. Busting out some moves to Kings of Leon’s song, “Sex Is On Fire,” the pop star captioned the entertaining video by writing, “I haven’t danced in six months so I was full throttle at this spot 🏎💥💃🏼 !!!! And yes …. I know I’m barefoot …. don’t laugh but I grip the floor better that way !!!!” she told fans.


“PS you can hear where I broke my foot here 🙄🙄🙄,” she added, “sorry it’s kind of loud!!!!!” Britney Spears wasn’t lying. After she twirled her way through the risqué hit, fans witnessed an outfit change. When the singer went down, she was wearing a white sports bra and those teeny tiny black shorts. Taking a jump back, fans can hear a loud pop then down Britney Spears goes grabbing her foot in pain. Her boyfriend Sam Asghari was the first person to reveal her injury showing her in the hospital last week.

Posting a funny snap of Britney Spears in her hospital gown and her leg in a cast, Sam Asghari captioned the pics, “When you break something it tends to heal stronger especially when you’re my Girl👌🏽 my lioness broke her metatarsal bone on her foot doing what she loves which is dancing 💃 .” He continued by posting some well wishes for Britney. “Wishing her the best recovery so she can jump, run, and dance her butt off 💪🏽 #stronger,” he added.