• Britney Spears said her mom, Lynne Spears, wants her to sing again
  • She shared a throwback video of herself performing in Singapore when she was a teenager
  • Spears' fans and fellow celebrities also encouraged her to sing again

Britney Spears' mom, Lynne Spears, has been encouraging her daughter to sing again.

On Friday, Spears took to Instagram to share a throwback video of herself singing in Singapore when she was a teenager. According to the 39-year-old Grammy winner, her mom sent her the video and reminded her of her own vocal prowess.

"Geez … My mom sent this to me and reminded me that I can sing," Spears wrote in the caption. "She said 'You never sing anymore … you need to again!!!!' I’ve actually never watched this performance … it’s definitely from a while ago!!!!"

She explained, "It’s from one of the first trips I took alone ... mostly I just remember saying 'WOW Singapore'!!!!!"

Spears post received tons of positive comments from fans and followers. Many, including her fellow celebrities, said they are eager to hear the "Toxic" hitmaker sing again as well.

"SING FOR US BRIT! We love you so much," Elle King commented.

"I’ve loved your voice since day 1! so much emotion and soul," John Equality Duff wrote, adding a purple heart emoji.

"SING-NEY!!!!!" Rosie Okumura commented.

"You can sing! Anyone that really loves you would never try and silence your voice on ANY level! That includes your family! Remember that!" Tracy Anderson added.

"I LOVE this pocket show Your vocals were incredible!!!! Miss you my queen," a fan wrote.

Spears has not performed live in years, Entertainment Tonight noted. Amid her ongoing conservatorship battle with her dad, Jamie Spears, her lawyer, Sam Ingham, said in court in November 2020 that the pop star fears her father and does not plan to perform on stage as long as he remains a part of the conservatorship.

In August last year, Spears asked the court to drop her father from her conservatorship and requested to make her longtime care manager, Jodi Montgomery, a permanent conservator.

"Britney is strongly opposed to having [Jamie] return as conservator of her person. Rather, she strongly prefers to have Ms. Montgomery continue in that role as she has done for nearly a year. ... Britney would like Ms. Montgomery's appointment as conservator of her person to be made permanent," Spears’ court documents read.

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) previously offered to help the singer in her legal battle.

"People with disabilities have a right to lead self-directed lives and retain their civil rights," the ACLU wrote on Twitter. "If Britney Spears wants to regain her civil liberties and get out of her conservatorship, we are here to help her."

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Britney Spears is pictured on Feb. 11, 2017, in Los Angeles. Getty Images