Britney Spears is reportedly planning her 2022 comeback. The singer is said to have received offers from various brands and is excited to finally make decisions for her own career.

"Britney is actively eyeing different brand deals and entertainment opportunities," a source told Entertainment Tonight. "Several brands have reached out to her with amazing offers and nothing is off the table. She's excited to put her businesswoman hat on in the new year and explore different ventures that weren't available to her in the past."

The source added that the 40-year-old pop singer is looking forward to making choices for herself, with her fiancé, Sam Asghari, by her side.

"Britney is her own decision-maker now and she wants to expand her professional horizons. She's just waiting for the right time for everything," the insider said.

"Sam is a huge support for Britney and is encouraging her in every way. Things are going very smooth and steady for them as a couple and if anything, their relationship is even stronger since getting engaged," the tipster continued.

Since the end of her conservatorship, Spears has started making beauty- and health-related decisions for herself. She reportedly invited Dr. Gabriel Chiu, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon, into her home for a house call earlier this month. A source said the singer received two minimally invasive treatments — InMode's Forma and EmSculpt — at that time.

"She seemed very excited to be able to make decisions for herself like this one, and work with Dr. Chiu to feel like her best self," the source said.

These new updates come weeks after the court ruled that the pop superstar is now free to manage her finances and conduct business on her own. Judge Brenda Penny ruled on Dec. 9 that "the court finds and orders that Britney Jean Spears has the ability to execute documents transacting business on her own behalf and that any previous order entered by this court regarding restricting her ability to sign estate plan documents revoked."

Britney Spears' lawyers said her father was "never fit to serve" as the conservator of her estate
Britney Spears' lawyers said her father was "never fit to serve" as the conservator of her estate