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Displaying her tanned and newly trim figure in a feminine sundress, Britney leaves a dental surgery on Sunday after suffering from toothache
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A few days earlier, the pop princess had returned to her regular dance studio for a hip-hop class where, according to her instructor Darrien Henning, she "lit up the room"
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Slimline Britney taking care of herself as she gets back on track

27 MARCH 2007

The contrast between the party-loving Britney Spears of a few months ago and the singer today was there for all to see as she enjoyed her first days out in public since leaving a Malibu clinic last Tuesday. Gone is the brash blonde wig and revealing outfits; in their place a natural brunette look and more feminine style - not to mention a newly trim figure.

Britney stepped out for an advanced-level hip-hop class at the Millennium Dance Complex on Friday, which, according to the studio's owner, is a homecoming of sorts for the star. "She comes in to scope talent. More than once she's hired our teachers to choreograph for her," says Robert Baker. And the mum-of-two, who is one of his star clients, impressed everyone in the 30-strong class. "She did the choreography really well, in fact she came in and nailed it," added instructor Darrien.

After her workout, the singer headed out for a bite to eat with some girlfriends, but was on her way home by 11.30pm.

On Sunday, the 25-year-old was pretty as a picture as she attended church in Bel Air wearing a demure white sundress and an outsize, Audrey Hepburn-esque straw hat. She later changed into another fresh-looking frock which showed off her newly svelte figure and golden tan for a visit to the dentist. "She's going to lay low," a friend says. "She's taking care of herself."

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