Britney Spears teases 'high-energy' Pretty Girls video
Britney Spears' new video for her track with Iggy Azalea, 'Pretty Girls', will be "high-energy".
Britney Spears' new video will be "high-energy".
The 33-year-old singer premiered her new single with Iggy Azalea 'Pretty Girls' online over the weekend, and the star has now teased fans can expect "a lot of dancing" in the song's video, which was shot in Los Angeles last month.
She explained: "This has been the first video I've done in a while where, you know, I came up with the concept and there's a lot of dancing. I got new choreographers to come in and kind of do hip-hop dancing, which I haven't done in a really long time, so the feel of the video is really different and high-energy. My dancers were there, my dancers from my show. There's a club scene, there's a car-wash scene, a couple of different other scenes. We had a lot of fun."
Britney continued to say the track - which the pair will perform at the 2015 Billboard Music Awards later this month prior to its release on 14 June - came to fruition because she was desperate to make a "girl anthem".
She told Z100 radio station: "I saw her video and I was just a huge fan. I was thinking about my next single for my next album and what I was gonna do, and I wanted to do a girl anthem. Something that was very girl empowering and that was kinda funny. I thought a whole take on valley girls and just kind of making fun of that would be fun for us to do. She was really down with it."
And adding to the excitement about her new music, the 'Womanizer' hitmaker revealed she has added 22 dates to her 'Piece Of Me' residency at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, which is now set to end on New Year's Eve (31.12.15).
She wrote on Twitter: "How about new #PieceOfMe dates to go with my new song? Tix go on sale 5/9 at 10am PT! (sic)"