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Britney Spears shares ‘cursed’ video from horror movie, fans react with fear and amusement

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The pop star’s Instagram post featuring footage from ‘The Ring’ leaves fans both terrified and entertained

Britney Spears has caused a stir on social media by sharing the entire contents of a “cursed” videotape featured in the horror movie ‘The Ring.’

In the 2002 supernatural thriller, protagonist Rachel Keller, played by Naomi Watts, stumbles upon a sinister videotape that spells doom for the viewer, leading to their death seven days after watching it. The tape is filled with eerie and disturbing images that gradually come to life, culminating in the emergence of the vengeful spirit Samara, portrayed by Daveigh Chase.

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On Wednesday, Spears, 42, posted the unsettling footage as a reel on her Instagram page, which boasts a staggering 42 million followers. Alongside the video, she quipped, “Does anybody remember this movie where they hold this little girl captive too long and she finally comes out of the TV walking on her hands and knees and destroyed half the nation? Y’all stay cozy! You guys have nothing to worry about at all! Love y’all!”

Fans were quick to react to the post, expressing a mix of terror and amusement at the unexpected upload. Some jokingly speculated about the consequences of Spears’s actions, with one fan humorously pondering, “Imagine if we all die in seven days because Britney Spears posted The Ring video on her Instagram.”

Another fan quipped, “Britney Spears just lobbed The Ring video onto the timeline and I’m obsessed. Imagine she just casually cursed 42.2 million people with one post? Mother Mayhem.”

While many found the post entertaining, others couldn’t help but feel a sense of unease at the thought of being exposed to the cursed footage. Nevertheless, Spears’s unexpected move sparked widespread discussion and added an element of excitement to the online community.

‘The Ring,’ a remake of the 1998 Japanese film ‘Ring,’ has become a cult classic in the horror genre, captivating audiences with its chilling atmosphere and spine-tingling scares. Spears’s decision to share the infamous videotape from the movie only adds to its mystique and enduring popularity.

As fans continue to grapple with the aftermath of Spears’s Instagram post, the pop star’s playful antics serve as a reminder of her ability to captivate and entertain audiences both on and off the stage.

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