Britney Spears, the pop superstar, is set to continue her musical journey without the pressures of touring, an insider revealed to Page Six. The source noted that the performer, known worldwide for her hits such as "Toxic," has experienced significant trauma from her past touring schedules.

For years, Spears was subjected to demanding touring itineraries even before her conservatorship, which left lasting scars. The source indicated that her breaking point was in 2018 when her Las Vegas residency morphed into an extensive international tour, comprising over 30 concerts across the US and Europe.

"Britney desperately needed a break after four years in Vegas and didn’t get one. And then they had the nerve to book a second Vegas residency right after," the source lamented.

Her first Las Vegas stint, the "Britney: Piece of Me" show, raked in $137.7 million from 248 performances between 2013 and 2017. However, her second scheduled residency, "Britney: Domination," never saw the light of day. Her father, Jamie Spears, committed her to a mental health facility shortly before its scheduled start in 2019.

In 2021, after a highly publicized court battle, a Los Angeles judge ended the conservatorship that controlled her personal, medical, and financial affairs for 13 years. Spears openly expressed in court that her father and managers "should be in jail" for their significant role in punishing her when she declined performances.

Since regaining control of her life, the Grammy-winning artist has signed a $15 million deal for a forthcoming memoir, tied the knot with longtime partner Sam Asghari, and released a hit duet with Elton John, "Hold Me Closer." The song marked her first top 10 entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in nearly a decade.

Despite the trauma from past tours, music remains a significant part of Spears' life. "She still loves dancing and making music," the source confirmed. The pop icon is reportedly considering returning to the recording studio and has received numerous offers. "It's all about timing and picking the right projects. She’s savvy like that," the insider revealed.

The source concluded, "The beauty of Britney being free again is that she gets to call the shots for the first time in a very long time, and she’ll do it at her own pace."