Britney Spears has had a rough couple of years, engaged in legal battles that resulted in her conservatorship. However, the pop icon appears to be back on track with reports she recording music once more alongside Elton John.

In a report from Page Six, the 40-year-old singer is allegedly back in the recording studio recording music with the 75-year-old singer.

The song will reportedly be “Tiny Dancer,” the same song John released in 1971. The single got a new lease on life after it was featured in Cameron Crowe’s film, “Almost Famous.”

Spears reportedly met with John at a Beverly Hills recording studio last week to create a new version of the song. The said track is allegedly scheduled to be released next month.

Grammy-winning producer Andrew Watt is reportedly overseeing the session. Efforts to reach out to the attorneys of Spears were made by Variety but no comments were made.

Regardless, this would mark the return of Spears to making music since her conservatorship was terminated in November 2021. She was under conservatorship for more than 13 years.

This comes after bombshell testimony of Spears last summer with the help of her lawyer, Matthew Rosengart.

It will be recalled that Spears’ conservatorship was first handled by the singer’s father, Jamie Spears. This was suspended on September 2021 before it was terminated in November.

Spears ended up in an ugly legal battle against her father and former business manager, Tri Star Sports & Entertainment over finances and allegations of abusive behavior throughout the conservatorship.

Regardless, the multi-awarded artist made sure she still stayed connected with fans. She would often dance and sing on Instagram and regularly interacted with her followers on social media.

She made headlines after she did a powerful a capella rendition of her popular hit, “Baby One More Time.”

Britney On Monday, the “Piece of Me” singer, 40, took to Instagram to reflect on her motherhood days, saying she was surprised by the physical memory of being a mother after holding a two-month-old infant during a trip to Maui. Kevin Winter/Getty Images