The 'Oops!... I Did It Again' songstress caused a chaos during her visit to Jerusalem, as she had to make her way through a mob of fans by foot.
Britney Spears went to the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem on Sunday, July 2 ahead of her much-anticipated Tel Aviv concert. The pop star was spotted at the holy site causing quite a commotion, which was described by Israeli news outlets as a veritable mob scene.
The Western Wall is mainly accessible by foot so it was a challenge for Britney to make her way through a crowd of fans, press and onlookers. Excited fans mobbed the "Toxic" hitmaker, including jumping on her, during her visit to the Jewish holy site.
Following her raucous visit, Britney reportedly canceled a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu which was set for Sunday evening. The meeting was supposed to include pediatric cancer patients. The 35-year-old singer was scheduled to meet them on Monday, July 3 before her concert.
Britney was set to wrap up her summer Asian tour at Tel Aviv's Yarkon Park on Monday night. She had spent the last few weeks criss-crossing Asia to promote her latest album "Glory", which was released last year. "Britney: Live in Concert" tour marked the megastar's first trek outside the U.S. since 2011.