Britney Spears says she’s broken 100m record by 4 seconds – beating Usain Bolt

Pop princess Britney Spears has claimed she has run 100 metres faster than anyone on the planet – including the current record holder Usain Bolt.

The Stronger singer took to Instagram to share her personal best, which is as of yet unverified, announcing she'd run 100m in just 5.97 seconds.

That would mean, if true, that Britney has beaten Usain Bolt's record of 9.58 seconds by almost four seconds.

The current women's record of fastest 100m is held by Florence Griffith-Joyner, who managed it in 10.49 seconds – so Britney's apparent achievement really is something to marvel at if it is to be believed.

Mum-of-two Britney even shared her "proof", posting a photo of an iPhone stopwatch timer that displayed 5.97 seconds.

The 38-year-old wrote: "Usually I run six or seven… my first try was nine… and now I did it, whoop! 100m dash."

Fans quickly called Britney out on her so-called achievement, with many commenting in disbelief about her record-breaking time.

One asked: "Is your distance correct? Usain Bolt's world record time for 100m dash is 9.58 seconds."

Another said: "New 100m world record holder. Britney Spears."

The Wikipedia page for the 100m dash record was also updated to reflect Britney's news – however it wasn't long before the former child star came clean.

Modelling some dresses she "never knew [she] had", Britney posed for her 23.7million Instagram followers and wrote a lengthy caption about how colours make her feel.

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She finished the enlightening post by confessing that she had been having a laugh with her fans with her 100m dash claims.

Revealing the truth, Britney wrote: "Obviously I was joking about running the 100m dash in 5.97 seconds. The world record is held by Usain Bolt which is 9.58 seconds… but you better believe I'm coming for the world record!"

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