Britney Spears Suffers Wedgie While Jet-Skiing in Miami
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During the getaway, Britney was also photographed enjoying the scorching sun as she was relaxing in a beach lounge chair later that day.

AceShowbiz - Britney Spears was having a blast in the sun during a beach getaway in Miami, Florida, on Wednesday afternoon, June 6. However, her jet-ski ride was interrupted when she had a major wardrobe malfunction.

The "Toxic" hitmaker, who donned a two-piece blue bikini for the relaxing trip, got her bikini bottom stuck in her bum. The mother-of-two appeared to be unfazed by the embarassing wardrobe malfunction as she, without any shame, adjusted it in front of everyone, before getting back to riding the waves.

During the getaway, Britney was also photographed enjoying the scorching sun as she was relaxing in a beach lounge chair later that day. The superstar ditched the life vest which she wore during her jet-ski ride, leaving her in just the bikini that showcased her ample cleavage and toned abs. She had her blonde locks in a messy bun while completing her looks with a pair of shades.

Britney is known for keeping her body fit from grueling health and fitness routines. Just on Tuesday, the 36-year-old beauty was seen pulling a leggy display in short shorts, flaunting her incredibly toned legs. She paired the shorts with a bright yellow singlet top. The pop star, who sported a minimal makeup, opted for tan platform heels and a black mini slingbag to complete her sunny day outing style.

The "Oops!... I Did It Again" singer is currently in spousal support battle with her ex-husband Kevin Federline. K-Fed's lawyer lawyer is planning to depose Britney in a bid to gather more information about her financial status.

Federline recently filed documents hoping to double his $20,000-a-month child support payments, because his income has decreased, while the singer's fortune has increased significantly thanks to her recently wrapped Las Vegas residency, which reportedly earned her $475,000 per show.

"The reasonable needs of the children need to be met," Mark Vincent Kaplan tells the publication.

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