Britney Spears stays strong as she celebrated her BFF's death anniversary


Britney Spears' life is so much better than before but between her laughter, the 'Toxic" singer grieves on the first death anniversary of her best friend.

RadarOnline has exclusively reported the death of Spears' former choreographer, Andre Fuentes. The dancer, who is behind the huge hit music video "Crazy" and I'm A Slave 4 U," has gone missing and was, later on, found dead in May 2016.

"Andre went off the radar for a day or two this week, and his friends started to worry," a source said. "They went to his apartment building in L.A. After talking to his apartment manager, who had not seen him either, they decided to enter his place to make sure he was okay."

The insider said that as soon as the 40-year-old choreographer's friends entered his home, they found him lifeless on his couch.

Meanwhile, Ed Winter, L.A.;s Chief Medical Examiner said that Spears' former choreographer's body is too decomposed that they cannot identify him at all.

The "Baby One More Time" hitmaker has posted her sentiments on social media through a Bible verse Philippians 4:13: saying "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."

Fuentes' tragic death sent shockwaves not only in the dance community but also to other artists as well. The talent was known to have worked with some of the greatest performers such as No Doubt, Beyonce, Prince, Madonna, and the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

Meanwhile, another American dancer paid tribute to the late Fuentes. Brian Friedman, who's known for his choreography used by famous artists, has remembered his best friend by posting old photos on his Instagram account, honoring their 25 years of friendship.

The cause of the "Womanizer" singer's former choreographer's death was never revealed to the public.

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