Well, it's official -- Britney Spears is now the most relatable celebrity on the planet.
It seems that despite Brit's status as a bonafide A-lister and pop goddess, she's just like the rest of us, in that she still can't resist the allure of a good Target shopping spree.
Entertainment Tonight has obtained court documents related to Spears' ongoing conservator case, which shed new light on the singer's financial situation.
Some of the revelations are not surprising, such as the fact that Brit is worth nearly $60 million.
Others have caught fans off guard -- including the fact that Britney shopped at Target at least 80 times in 2018.
Yes, that's more than once a week -- and it seems Spears is 100% vulnerable to that thing where you go in for toothpaste and wind up filling two carts with crap you don't need.
According to the documents, Spears spent more than $66,000 on household supplies alone last year.
To put that in perspective, her travel expenses only totaled $70,000.
(Obviously, the term "only" is used relative to Spears' Windex and Swiffer pads budget.)
To be fair, the supplies were not purchased at Target exclusively, but also at Home Depot, Walmart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, 7-Eleven and Amazon.
But just for the hell of it, let's say that Brit dropped $60k at Target last year.
(Certainly not an outlandish figure, considering all the things you can buy there in addition to cleaning products and jumbo drums of fish oil capsules.)
That would mean she dropped roughly $750 per visit.
That's a lot of graphic tees!
Obviously, outside of her constant "Target run and dones," Brit's life is very different from the lives of most of her fans.
For starters, she's in court battling for control of her wildly lucrative estate.
That's just not a struggle that most of us can relate to.
On top of that, Spears' day-to-day living expenses totaled roughly $400,000 in 2018.
That's considerably more than most of us spend on or visits to Tar-jay.
Still, it's refreshing to find out that a multi-millionaire celeb has kept in touch with her working class roots in such an endearing way.
(Especially since we would've pegged Brit as more of a Wal-Mart gal.)
Sometimes, you just need to pick up some patio furniture, a smart watch, a giant bag of Cool Ranch Doritos, and a copy of This Is Us Season 2 on Blu-ray.
And no matter how much wealth and fame you acquire, there's still only one stop for that kind of shopping.