The future! It is here, and it has been brought to you by proponent-of-technology, assymetrical-haircut-loving will.i.am! And a Britney Spears, who, maybe, has a fake European accent. But, weird vowels or not, let's get down to brass tacks: Brit-Brit looks good.
With a headbanded 'do that rivals her "Oops!...I Did It Again" days, a glittery two-piece, and a Blondes nude-and-black shard corset that serves some major 'tude, Ms. Spears rightfully proclaims, that you are indeed rocking with "Britney, bitch." And with only two (!) outfit changes.
With higher production values in the four-minute video than the entire hour-and-a-half of Liz & Dick, the just-released collab is a sensory overload. Shiny latex, gold jewelry, make-believe gadgets, shattering dancers, a hat with teeth, and the lyrics, "I wish this night would last forever / I was feeling sad, but now I'm better" create a visual/audio smorgasbord. Hey, get into it: This is an infectious earworm of a jam. Just try not to affect "Awl eyes awn us" for the rest of today.
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