Pop singer Britney Spears will appear before Judge Brenda Penny in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday to address her 12-year conservatorship coming to an end. Spears' conservatorship has been an issue that sparked a viral movement.

The court date has drawn increased attention from Spears' fans. A Twitter hashtag trended Wednesday — a full week before her court date — with #BritneySpeaks as a reminder that the 39-year-old, who began her entertainment career at age 3, will finally be able to speak up for herself.

Since 2008, the pop singer has been silenced due to a court-ordered conservatorship after a public meltdown. Her father, James Spears, became her conservator, allowing him to make all of her decisions in every aspect of her life. Britney Spears, whose estimated net worth has been a topic of intense debate on social media, reportedly has taken issue with how James Spears managed her finances.

Britney Spears will not be physically present in the courtroom.

“Currently all parties, including Ms. Spears, are scheduled to appear remotely. Limited seating will be available in the courtroom,” according to a Los Angeles Counter Superior Court press release.

The statement added that spectators could listen remotely and in “an overflow courtroom with a live audio feed from the courtroom" on the court’s Remote audio Attendance Program.

Britney Spears' fans have long been concerned about her conservatorship. There have been claims that some of her recent posts seem to come off as scripted or forced, prompting the #FreeBritney social media movement which has demanded her release from control.

Britney Spears has expressed that she is not happy with how her father has been handling the conservatorship and is ready to completely remove him. A 2008 recording captured by Rolling Stone had her in the background and not mincing her feelings.

“I basically just want my life back … I want to be able to drive my car. I want to be able to live in my house by myself. I want to be able to say who’s going to be my security guard," she said.