The iconic pop sensation, Britney Spears, recently signaled that her days of electrifying live performances may have come to an end due to the traumatic experiences she has endured from years of touring. Despite her unwavering passion for music, the starlet may not be returning to the road anytime soon.

An insider reported to Page Six that Spears, who was instrumental in revitalizing teen pop during the late 1990s and early 2000s, has been traumatized by the grueling schedules and compulsory performances she endured over her career, particularly during her conservatorship.

The source pointed to a critical moment in 2018, following the end of Spears' Las Vegas residency. Despite needing rest after four demanding years, Spears was instead booked for an extensive international tour, featuring 30 concerts across the U.S. and Europe. Moreover, a second Vegas residency, Britney: Domination, was scheduled immediately afterward but was ultimately canceled due to Spears' admission to a mental health facility.

TMZ echoed these claims, asserting that Spears is seemingly disenchanted with the rigors of live performance.

The Grammy-winning artist herself has voiced her struggles with the exhausting nature of touring on her Instagram account. In a now-deleted post from December 2021, she wrote, "I don't think I ever want to do it again... it's too much for me to deal with." She also revealed that while her initial years in the business were enjoyable, the subsequent pace and demands became unbearable.

Spears further compared the music industry to the film industry in a March 2023 post, mentioning a conversation with a film director who described the music industry as a distinct beast. She highlighted the draining nature of being constantly on the move, saying, "It's fun at first, but if you've done it for a while, being in a different city constantly gets pretty draining!!! I have done like 10 tours!!!"

While fans eagerly await new music from the beloved pop princess, it appears that the prospect of seeing Spears perform live on stage again may sadly be a distant memory. As she navigates her newfound freedom post-conservatorship, her focus seems to be on preserving her well-being and finding a sustainable path forward in her storied career.