Christina Aguilera Unfollowed Britney Spears On Instagram After Britney Body-Shamed Christina And Her Dancers In An Instagram Post (UPDATE)

September 13, 2022 / Posted by:

Britney Spears should be joyfully celebrating the success of her and Elton John’s recent Hold Me Closer collab after she’s spent years away from music or maybe enjoying her and Sam Asghari’s honeymoon phase; but instead, she’s been shooting off her angry Instagram fingers and pushing people further away in scorched-earth fashion. First, she gave her son, Jayden James Federline, an Insta-whooping after his tell-all interview. And now, according to Page Six, she’s facing backlash and possibly reigniting an old rumored feud with Christina Aguilera by taking to Instagram yesterday to imply that Christina had “fat” backup dancers so she would look smaller by comparison on stage. Understandably, Xtina reportedly slapped that unfollow button without hesitation.

Britney put up a picture of a quote from Rodney Dangerfield that said, “I found there was only one way to look thin: hang out with fat people.” Which, in and of itself is not a take that a public figure concerned with their image would normally say “out loud” these days. Things only got worse when Britney brought up Christina in the caption. via Page Six:

Spears, 40, posted a lengthy caption Monday afternoon that read in part, “If I had Christina Aguilera’s dancers I would have looked extremely small.”

The “Toxic” singer penned the message alongside a quote attributed to Rodney Dangerfield that read, “I found there was only one way to look thin: hang out with fat people.”

Here’s the post:

This isn’t the first time Britney has called out Xtina, but it must have been the last straw. Obviously, being called “fat” is not What A Girls Wants, so she unfollowed Britney despite Madonna kissing both of them within seconds of each other back at the 2003 VMAs, which should have sealed their unbreakable pop sisterhood forevermore. Alas, Britney still hasn’t deleted the post or backpedaled, despite it creating a backlash.

“Body shaming others is not the move,” one Instagram user commented.

“You need to delete this,” another suggested.

“This is rude. I’m disappointed, Britney,” a third fan wrote.

“No need to put another woman down to feel better about yourself. Focus on your healing,” one more suggested.

So far, Christina has done what Britney should be doing and hasn’t commented. Britney has said that she’d been pissed off for so long that she’s taken to pissing on others.

Earlier this week, Britney admitted to her Instagram followers that she “subconsciously” wants to “offend people” because she has “been so f–king offended” throughout her life, particularly during her conservatorship, which put Jamie, 70, in control of his daughter’s personal, medical and financial decisions.

Ripping on Ol’ Cheesy Grits himself, Jamie Spears, is understandable, but leave Christina alone! It’s no surprise that Britney wants to express herself after not being free to do so for way too long, but Britney needs to stop standing in the way of letting Britney be great before even her hordes of diehard fans can’t defend her call-outs. Right or wrong, she’s at war with her parents, her siblings, and her sons and their dad and surely there’s someone on her list to be roasted next. Memoir paper is even like “hmm we don’t know about this aggressive lady, let’s stick with that girl who’s glad her mom died,” so I think it’s high time for Britney to seek tranquility by listening to the instrumental version of Everytime on repeat while meditating in her favorite off-the-shoulder crop top or sitting down to watch her preferred sedative, Euphoria.


UPDATE: Britney just posted again and attempted to clarify that she wasn’t body-shaming Christina.


Pic: DDP/

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