When your aunt is Britney Spears, your dance class is bound to get a bit more interesting.
The pop legend took Hollywood by storm this weekend, carting her niece, Lexie, along for a fun-filled few days of dance class and amusement park rides. Spears' first stop was to teach a dance routine to another lucky group of little girls to Kesha's "Timber" and the '90s freestyle hit, Snap's "Rhythm is a Dancer."
"Watch Lexie pop!" Spears captioned one of the videos, referring to her older brother Bryan's daughter, who can be spotted closer to the wall adorably trying to follow along with the older girls.
Despite a busy schedule headlining a show at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, the Grammy Award winner has been setting aside time to substitute teach a number of dance classes to groups of lucky little girls. Talk about a dream come true!
Next stop: Universal Studios Hollywood!
On Sunday, the 33-year-old posed together with her sons Preston, 10, Jayden, 9, Bryan, and Lexie for a silly shot in front of the park's sign while enjoying some cotton candy. Lexie was photographed wearing a fabulous pink sundress with a tutu on the bottom and blue shades, while sons Preston and Jayden rocked a pair of fun hats and even funnier faces.
"Sunday funday at @unistudios with the family!" Spears wrote on Instagram—and fun the Spears clan certainly had.
Spears and Lexie were filmed waving to the camera while taking a whirl on a wild caterpillar ride. The duo also posed in matching shades for a photo in their caterpillar wagon, grinning and waving as they enjoyed their day of bonding. Lexie clearly learned how to be get camera-ready from Aunt Britney—just look at that camera-ready smirk.
"Hiii from me and Lexie!" the "Toxic" crooner wrote.
Before joining her family in the park, Spears announced the unveiling of a brand new slot machine in Las Vegas designed solely for her. A chart-topping music icon with her own slot machine who saves time to teach children's dance classes and go to amusement parks?
Spears officially wins the Coolest Aunt in the World Award—lucky Lexie!
(E! and Universal Studios Hollywood are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)