Britney Spears will finally speak out about her ongoing conservatorship next month after over a decade in the legal hold.
The Mood Ring songstress made the request to speak directly to the court via her court-appointed attorney Samuel Ingham III during the latest hearing in California on Tuesday.
Ingham told Judge Penny that the pop icon added that she has requested it on an 'expedited basis'.
According to fans in the court room, Ingham went on to say that Britney's desire to speak directly to the court is "unrelated to any of the pending matters".
After considering the request, Penny confirmed Britney will address the court on June 23 at 1:30 PM.
A rep for Britney Spears has been contacted by Daily Star for comment.
A second date has been set for July 14 where other matters will be continued.
Britney has been in a the court granted conservatorship since her very public breakdown in 2008.
Since then she has gone on to release a string of chart-topping albums, go on three world tours and also complete a record breaking residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.
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Until recently, Britney's father Jamie Spears has been her legal conservator, meaning he has control of her finances as final say on a wide range of her personal life decisions.
Last year, Britney filed an application to the courts to remove Jamie from the position.
For years the Free Britney movement, which argues the Gimme More icon should be allowed to be in charge of her own life without legal constraint, was seen by many as over-eager fans putting two and two together and making six.
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But now, the online campaign has taken on a life of its own with a string of celebs including Miley Cyrus, Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow and US host Andy Cohen all backing the campaign.
Last month New York Times' documentary Framing Britney Spears brought the movement to the mainstream prompting global shock.
In a video posted online last year, rapper Pitbull, who opened the European leg of Britney's 2018 Piece of Me tour give his take on the situation.
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He said: "I am very good friends with her manager which is Larry Rudolph.
"You know, I am all about freedom and independence. As far as what's going on with Britney that has been going on for many many years. Hopefully they can break the cycle.
"And hopefully she gets the chance to control her own destiny. It doesn't mean you have to get it right the first time, it's never about that.
"Mistakes don't make you. She has to be able to get a chance to live her life. She had to get a change to be able control her own future. With that said, from Mr 305, Mr Worldwide… Free Britney."
- Britney Spears
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