This campy and retro musical tribute to pretty girls around the world (that would be all of them) is an out-of-this-world quest to bring these two blonde superstars together. Iggy plays an alien robot-type creature who is, naturally, new to the scene, while Britney is otherwise worshiped and glorified.
If Gal Volinez wants to be in a Britney Spears video, then he will be in a Britney Spears video, bitch. Behold this revision of "Work Bitch" where Valinez replaces Britney with himself via some crude, yet oddly perfect editorial skills. Bitch.
Director Joseph Kahn constructs a tale of two loves in this unexpected video from Britney Spears. "Perfume" is Britney unguarded — favoring a soaring, yet barbed ballad that's worlds away from her recent electro facades — with a video that does away with the occasional superhero and dominatrix motifs she's used in the past: This is the pop star at her most vulnerable, but still stronger than ever.
The kookiest one is unfortunately not on the list: Britney Spears and Jason Trawick, who was also her manager at the time (and has much better abs than any other music manager out there. Believe me.)
There also many notable hair metal omissions like David Coverdale of Whitesnake and Tawny Kitaen in "Here I Go Again" and "Is This Love" (ed. It was not) and, of course, Sam Kinison and Jessica Hahn in "Wild Thing" ...
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Nobody will accuse Britney of not working (bitch) on the roll-out of this club banger. Having already been teased online, the full video is a series of dance and beauty set-ups — some in the desert, some at the lip of a body of water, some soft and delicate, and others rock hard with more than a hint of s&m.
Sure, there's the not-so-subtle placements for both her fragrance and Planet Hollywood Vegas residency (and Beats, of course), but there's nothing subtle about any of this: It's Britney back, bitch. And you should stand clear once she breaks out the whip.