Spoof Video of Spears’ ‘Hold It Against Me’ Becomes a YouTube Hit [Video]

A racy spoof video of singer Britney Spears’ new track ‘Hold It Against Me’ has become an Internet sensation, with it being viewed more than 100,000 times on YouTube in just three days.

A racy spoof music video of singer Britney Spears’ new track “Hold It Against Me” has become an Internet hit, with it being viewed more than 105,000 times on YouTube in just three days.

Fans of the 29-year-old singer had come up with their own version of the hit track featuring silver body paint and steamy pool scenes in the four-minute video.

The video comes amid a firestorm over claims that a dance double stepped in because Spears had failed to nail demanding dance routines for her soon-to-be-released video.

However, stunning Spears look-a-like Donna Hood seemed to have no problem impersonating the star in the action-packed spoof video created by amateur filmmaker and blogger Ryan James Yezak.

“It’s my dream to direct a real Britney Spears music video. I think she’d absolutely love ours, or at least I hope that she would,” he said. “I really wanted it to do justice to her amazing song and also to her as an artist.”

The official Britney Spears’ “Hold It Against Me” music video is set to be released next week. [via Daily Mail (UK)]

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