Britney Spears sizzles on stage at Jingle bash

Britney Spears left little to the imagination with the skimpy outfit she wore to the Pepsi Jingle Bash in the US.

The pop princess was classic Britney in a sheer bodysuit, with just some well-placed red jewels to protect her modesty.

She teamed the raunchy suit with sexy fishnets and thigh high boots, and her trademark blonde waves.

Clearly in her element, Britters showed off some of her vintage moves during the show in Illinois, at one point snuggling up with a male dancer.

The star turned 35 earlier this month but has been showing fans she’s in great shape with a string of steamy outfits, like the white lace top and black shorts she wore for last week’s Jingle Ball in LA.

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