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Britney Spears' eagerly awaited appearance in her battle over her conservatorship will come remotely it has been revealed.

News that the star was going to appear at her court date next week sent her fans into overdrive, but it's now be announced that her appearance will not be in person.

In fact, no one at the hearing scheduled for June 23 will appear in person on the date.

The Los Angeles Country Superior Court confirmed on Monday that "all parties, including Ms. Spears, are scheduled to appear remotely".

The appearance will be the first time the Toxic singer, 39, will have addressed LA Superior Court Judge Brenda Penny who is presiding over her case.

A press release provided by the court read: "Limited seating will be available in the courtroom and in an overflow courtroom with a live audio feed from the courtroom."

Britney's dad Jamie has been her co-conservator since her public breakdown in 2008.
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It continued to say that fans will be able to "listen remotely to the hearing" but insisted "cameras will not be permitted" inside.

It was reported last month that the singer wants her father Jamie removed from the case.

A source told Page Six at the time: " She feels that ending the conservatorship entirely can always be discussed down the road, but right now the issue is Jamie."

Britney's dad has been her co-conservator since her public breakdown in 2008.

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The star's care manager, Jodi Montgomery, temporarily replaced Jamie in 2019 as the person in charge of her personal affairs while he recuperated from surgery, but the singer's father still remains in partial control over her finances.

A source told Page Six recently that Britney believes she'll be able to live a more "normal" life if her dad is removed from the conservatorship.

" She relishes in simple pleasures like driving her car and going on vacation," the source explained.

Britney Spears' father, Jamie Spears leaves the Los Angeles County Superior courthouse on March 10, 2008.
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Britney's fans think her social media posts are cryptic messages
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"Sure, she is able to do as she pleases within her own home — to an extent — but whenever she wants to step foot outside, it immediately has to become a bigger conversation because security guards and lawyers and other people all need to get involved."

Britney has been regularly posting dance videos to her social media in what some think are cryptic messages.

Last week she appeared to call her enemies "tricky little s**ts" as she warned "watch out for the snake".

The star referred to herself in the clip as a "motherf**king snake" and was dressed in a snakeskin-patterned jumpsuit.

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