• Experts believe the new ruling can become a "real gamechanger"
  • Netizens celebrated with Britney Spears after the ruling
  • Britney Spears was represented by Samuel Ingham III
  • Ingham resigned from the conservatorship case after 13 years

Britney Spears scored another victory as the judge ruled Wednesday that the pop star could appoint her own lawyer. To celebrate the win, the 39-year-old singer posted a fun video on Instagram later that day.

"Coming along, folks ... coming along," she wrote in the caption along with a middle finger emoji. "New with real representation today ... I feel GRATITUDE and BLESSED !!!!"

Spears went on to thank all her fans who supported her.

"You have no idea what it means to me be supported by such awesome fans !!!!" she added. "God bless you all !!!!! Pssss this is me celebrating by horseback riding and doing cartwheels today."

The singer concluded her caption with the #FreeBritney hashtag. It was the first time she used the hashtag herself.

The video was a combination of two different clips. In the first one, Spears could be seen riding a brown horse while wearing a white top and blue jeans. She completed her look with a light brown hat. In the second video, the singer wore a black t-shirt and denim shorts while doing cartwheels in a park.

Fans showered Spears with love and support in the comments section.

One of the fans wrote, "We have your back!"

Another fan wrote, "Go Britney!!!!! We love you!!!!!"

A user acknowledged the victory and wrote, "You killed it today!!!!!"

"We love you Britney!!!!!!!! FINALY starting to see that light at the end of the tunnel !!!! We are gonna get you free" while another user wrote, "You'll be riding off into the sunset soon! We've got your back, gurl!" another fan commented.

The recent ruling came after Spears' request on June 23 to be allowed to hire her own attorney. She was previously represented by court-appointed lawyer Samuel Ingham III, who resigned from conservatorship after 13 years, according to NPR.

Legal expert Rachel Stockman told E Online Wednesday that the new ruling could become a "real gamechanger" for the singer.

"Britney Spears finally gets to hire her own attorney, her own advocate to fight for her. She gets to choose someone, she gets to vet the background, and she gets to make that decision," Stockman told the outlet. "I think it's a big move and I think it's a really important one."

Britney Spears has been fighting her father through the courts in a bid to end his control over her finances
Britney Spears has been fighting her father through the courts in a bid to end his control over her finances AFP / VALERIE MACON