The termination of Britney Spears’ conservatorship Friday has set the internet on fire with joy.
Spears posted video on her Instagram of what appears to be a fan rally outside the courthouse shortly after the ruling was made. “Free Britney” flags and signs shot up from the crowd, while bursts of hot pink confetti were set off.
“I love my fans so much it’s crazy,” Spears wrote. “I think I’m gonna cry the rest of the day: best day ever.”
Sam Asghari, Spears’ fiance, also took to Instagram to express his joy.
“History was made today,” Asghari wrote. “Britney is free.”
A number of celebrities, famous figures and companies have been celebrating Spears’ legal victory on social media:
“Britney Spears deserves the world!” tweeted the streaming platform Netflix.
Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace posted a throwback photo of her and Spears, along with a warm message of support.
“Freedom is a human right,” Versace wrote on her Instagram. “My heart is smiling for you, Britney. Congratulations on your regained and deserved emancipation.”
Pop singer and 98 Degrees member Jeff Timmons also posted a throwback photo of himself with the pop princess to celebrate her newfound freedom.
“Long overdue,” Timmons tweeted.
Eighties pop icon Cyndi Lauper took to Twitter to congratulate Spears on her legal win.
Figure skater Adam Rippon tweeted a series of emojis to express his emotional reaction to Spears’ victory.
Pop icon Cher seemed to be ecstatic about the news of Spears’ freedom.
Olly Alexander, lead singer of the U.K.-based dance-pop group Years & Years, was happy to hear the news.
“Best day ever,” Alexander tweeted. “We love you so much Britney.”
Democratic Congressman David Cicilline of Rhode Island used a gif of former President Barack Obama to express his satisfaction for Friday’s ruling.