The actress, 32, shared several photos on Instagram Sunday of her 15-year-old celebrating her high school's homecoming and attending a school dance.
Maddie, who Spears shares with ex Casey Aldridge, wore a strapless blue and white patterned minidress with white ribbon tie heels. In a few of the snaps, she carried a small bouquet of flowers as she got ready for the high school dance.
“HOCO 23????????????,” Spears captioned the post, which also included photos of her oldest daughter with her youngest, Ivey, 5, who she shares with husband Jamie Watson.
Spears also shared a video that captured several different events that Maddie, who appeared to be involved in the school’s homecoming court, had a special role in, including a school drive-by where she waved to crowds as Watson drove her in a convertible.
The car had a label on it that included her name and referred to her as a “Sophomore maid,” seemingly indicating her role in the court.
It’s been a busy week for the Zoey 102 actress, who was revealed to be part of the new DWTS cast on Tuesday.
When asked if she was up for the challenge, she told Good Morning America, "I don't know if one can ever be 100% ready to take on something this big; I didn't realize what a commitment it is, but it definitely is. I'm ready to challenge myself."
Her daughters have been a major source of support for her, though, Spears said.
"My 15-year-old actually was very motivated for me to do this, which was actually very surprising," Spears said. "My 15-year-old was like, ‘You’re going to dance on TV? What are you doing mom?’ But she was like, ‘Mom, you have to do it.' She’s an athlete so I think she wants to see me kind of push myself."
As for her chemistry with Bersten, 29, Spears said, “He’s been wonderful.”
"My family got to meet him and he’s been great. I wouldn’t want to do it with anyone else," she added.
The pro agreed, and he praised Spears as “so hard-working and so dedicated.”
Spears also revealed that she’s planning to donate her weekly earnings from the show to SAG-AFTRA and the WGA amid the ongoing strikes.
"While everybody else in my community is on strike, I have this unique opportunity where I was offered a chance to work when my community cannot work," she said. "So I figured I'll do this and I will donate my weekly salary... to just give back to them at a time where they can't give back to themselves.”