Did Britney Spears cancel her "Domination" show because of disappointing ticket sales? The singer previously cited her dad’s health issues as the reason why she canceled her Las Vegas residency, but a new report suggested that low ticket sales may have forced her to put the show on hiatus.

Spears announced the cancellation of her "Domination" show in January after her father had to undergo an emergency surgery following a spontaneous colon rupture. However, sources told Page Six that the real reason why she canceled her Las Vegas residency was the low ticket sales.

While the health issue of Spears’ dad was a genuine concern for the singer, sources said that she was also dealing with disappointing ticket sales. The high price of the tickets has been cited as the reason why the sales did not pick up as expected.

“A lot of people rely on Britney, so they wanted to milk every cent from this deal,” a source close to the singer told the news outlet.

However, another source close to the singer denied that the ticket sales were a problem.

Aside from her dad’s surgery, Spears has also been battling mental health issues. She recently checked into a mental health facility to help her deal with her personal struggles.

Spears’ fans, however, want the star to get back to her normal life. Some fans gathered outside City Hall in West Hollywood on Monday afternoon, carrying “Free Britney” signs, Variety reported. The protestors were heard chanting “Hands off, Britney” and “Justice for Britney.”

Meanwhile, Spears recently checked out of the facility in order to celebrate Easter. She was spotted at the Montage Beverly Hills Hotel with her boyfriend, Sam Asghari, and an eye-witness told E! News that the singer looked “happy and relaxed.” She reportedly spent the day relaxing at the hotel.

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Britney Spears attends the 29th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills, California, on April 12, 2018. Getty Images/VALERIE MACON
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