But fans seem to think that the 36-year-old Toxic singer is much too Photoshopped and doesn't look much like herself. Jamie Spears reportedly refuses to pay Kevin a cent more than the $20,000 a month.
Sara_310@renniecoleman chimed in, "She her lips don't touch and her nose is disappearing" and Shawnamichellemanerrr said: 'Haters will say it's photoshopped'. Spears, on her part, looks fantastic in the pics.
One opinionated commentator noted: "This does not look like Britney".
Only Stefani.colette@ph0tomania seemed to have a balanced take on it all: 'Britney is very attractive. She's the new face of Kenzo, clad in head-to-toe denim.
She added: 'Let's be tolerant with Brintey. For the campaign, she wore a cropped jacket, bralette, baseball cap, bikini bottom, and thigh-high boots - all in denim! The collection ties in with the archives of founder Kenzo Takada.
And in 2018, Britney is not only starting in fashion.
Both designers approached Spears for the "nostalgia-based" campaign.
The fashion house also posted several images to Twitter.
Here's why this is important: When Britney was on top of the world, singing "Slave 4 U" and killing every MTV VMAs performance, she dabbled in style campaigns and even hooked up with brands like Candie's. She looks sideways, giving a glimpse of her tattoo on her back just above her hipline.
The US popstar is the face of the luxury French brand's new "La Collection Momento No2" campaign, which the label has been teasing on social media for days.
Kenzo shared a behind-the-scenes video of the shoot, and it looks awesome.
The blonde beauty reveals to Vogue what drew her to the clothing.
Fellow Twitter users seem similarly bewildered by the pop star's seemingly altered appearance.
Spears, whose Las Vegas "Pieces of Me" show residency brought in more than $137 million, has proved to be extremely successful in the past four years since the opening of her Vegas residency.
"I did lots of denim when I was a kid, and still do - it's really versatile and fun, and just goes with everything", she explained in an interview. And yes, Britney will forever be the queen of denim.
The items featured in the campaign will be available online and in stores on March 21.