With the abysmal ‘Britney Jean’ behind her and a hot Vegas residency at the top of her ‘things to do list,’ ‘Work B*tch’ beauty Britney Spears has been doing just that for most of the year. A feat keeping her out of headlines and off of charts, the pop princess’s recent reemergence afront ‘Women’s Health’ magazine immediately sent fans in to suspect Spears’s 2015 will be quite the opposite of the year prior.
Their suspicions confirmed when ‘Work’ rapstress Iggy Azalea took to radio to announce she and Spears had recorded a song set to be the Grammy winner’s lead single from her yet-titled new album, the good news came just in time and as a welcomed distraction for the #BritneyArmy who’d spend their week defending their leader from claims of airbrushing and digital alteration on her most recent magazine outing.
Haven’t we heard this before?
Anywho, did you miss all the fuss? Get into it below:
Spears’ foray into ‘Women’s Health’ magazine was littered with criticisms that her face and body were digitally retouched. To refute the claim, the publication unveiled an extended look at the behind the scenes footage of the shoot to prove her abs were real (seen above).
The WH news made its waves just before Aussie rapstress Iggy Azalea stunned listeners of KISS 108 (US) with an announcement that she and Spears had collaborated on a tune due early 2015.
‘We have a song, which is going to be her first single, coming out next year,’ Iggy told the radio station. ‘I still haven’t really got to have a conversation with her, so I’m hoping New Year’s will be the time I can get her in a corner. We recorded a few different things and then one of those just ended up being, I think, undeniably great.’ – Iggy Azalea via Kiss108