Britney Spears

Miguel Aguilar,

One thing's for sure—Britney Spears is not ballin' on a budget.

E! News has obtained new legal documents filed in Spears' conservatorship which reveal the singer spent a significant chunk of change last year on things like hair, makeup, grooming, nails, clothes and...her pets!

According to the 96-page file, the newly single BritBrit spent around $35,000 on makeup in 2013, and nearly $4,500 in massages, grooming and nails (with the Four Seasons apparently being her favorite place to get a nice mani-pedi).

She also put down close to $41,000 on her wardrobe, which included a vast variety of stores and labels like M. Fredric Woman, J.Crew, Nordstrom, JCPenney, Ralph Lauren, Christian Louboutin, Victoria's Secret, Neiman Marcus, Sports Authority, Abercrombie & Fitch, Equinox shop, Life's a Beach, American Eagle, Safari, Zappos, Free People, Bebe, Gab, Urban Outfitters and Wet Seal.

Britney also spent a significant amount of money on her three adorable pups.

According to the docs, Spears invested a little over $31,000 last year on her furry friends, including dog clothing, dog grooming, animal hospital visits, pet-sitting, dog training, dog food and treats, plus the costs for actually purchasing the dogs, which was around $16,000 in total.

One of the smaller figures from the pop superstar's expense from the previous year was—wait for it—her dry cleaning bills! Britney only spent $179.45 on dry cleaning last year.

While these dollar amounts seem astronomical, it's not much considering how much Spears probably brought in. Let's not forget, Britney is reportedly earning $15 million for her Las Vegas residency alone. Plus, in December 2012, she topped Forbes' list of Top-Earning Women in Music with an annual salary of $58 million, due in large part to her Femme Fatale tour and X Factor gig.

—Reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum

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