The drama surrounding Britney Spears' life continues to unfold.
In recent months, the 37-year-old singer has been going through personal turmoil, more than a decade after she famously suffered a public breakdown. In January, she canceled a planned Las Vegas residency following a health emergency suffered by her father Jamie Spears, who was given almost full control of her financial and medical affairs via a court conservatorship 11 years ago. In April, Britney completed a month-long stint at a mental health treatment facility.
"Everything is up in the air right now and it's going to take time," a source told E! News exclusively. "Her health is going to come before anything else. Nobody is talking about touring or work. She's taking it easy and not thinking about her career. There's been no discussion about resuming her tour. She needs a break and time off. She's not in the mind frame to even think about performing."
"She's on an indefinite work hiatus, that's been the same since January 4th," another source said. "She's just focusing on her health and getting better, that's her priority. She's at a place where she's able to go out and she's working on herself. Britney and [boyfriend] Sam [Asghari] are totally fine and he's very supportive of her. Her parents are working together and are very supportive of her too. They take this very seriously and want the best for her."
Amid Britney's recovery, a judge has ordered an investigation of her court conservatorship. The second source told E! News the reassessment is a normal, biannual process, and not out of the blue.
For years, many of Britney's fans have called for an end to the conservatorship, and in recent months, the "#FreeBritney" movement emerged.