TikTok star Addison Rae compared to Britney Spears in sultry dance video

TikTok star Addison Rae has been compared to singing sensation Britney Spears in a sultry clip that she uploaded to the social media platform.

Taking to TikTok to share a short video clip of herself dancing in a skimpy outfit, Addison donned a black corset and matching mini skirt.

With a pink flower in her brunette hair the much-loved TikTok sensation, who has more than 85million followers, looked incredible as she flaunted her figure for the camera.

Twirling around, showing off her bottom and walking in a sultry way, fans were quick to compare the 21-year-old social media star to singer Britney Spears.

Britney uploaded very similar dancing videos back in late 2020 when her followers became concerned for the star while she was still battling the conservatorship case against her father.

In 2020, Britney took to Instagram and TikTok to post videos of herself dancing around her house and garden while wearing skimpy outfits.

Addison's latest TikTok video, which has garnered more than 2.4million likes, has clearly reminded people of Britney's videos from a couple of years back – hence why they're comparing the two stars to each other.

"Giving me Britney Spears vibes," commented one person underneath the video clip.

"Britney Spears vibes," added another.

While a third penned: "Giving Britney Spears," with someone penning "true!" in agreement.

This isn't the first time that the TikTok sensation has been compared to Britney Spears though.

On Twitter, there has been many tweets where users compared the two stars to each other.

In February one person tweeted: "Addison Rae reminds me so much of Britney Spears???"

Earlier this month someone penned: "Addison Rae been giving me Britney Spears vibes lately."

While another added: "Addison Rae reminds me soooo much of Britney Spears."

And a fourth said: "Addison Rae is like… the next coming of Britney Spears."

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