Britney Spears Unveils ‘Till The World Ends’ Full Music Video

Britney Spears has premiered the new video for her next ‘Femme Fatale’ single, “Till The World Ends.”

Britney Spears has just premiered the new music video for her next ‘Femme Fatale’ single, “Till The World Ends.” Check the video above and don’t forget to tell us your thoughts in the comments below.

After previously revealing a 30-second sneak-peak of the promo earlier this week, the pop princess has now unleashed the full apocalyptic clip, which is set in December 2012.

The video is reminiscent of Spears’ past hit “I’m A Slave 4 U,” showing a sweaty Spears in a derelict building, surrounded by dancers as they wait for the end of the world.

Wearing a leather outfit, the 29-year old dances her way through the energetic promo, while also donning a tight, see-through red catsuit towards the end – taking us back to Britney’s “Oops!…I Did It Again” days.

It is thought that the ‘Hold It It Against Me’ singer will unveil two promos for the Ke$ha penned track, one being a director’s cut focusing on the storyline, while the other video will feature more of Spears’ trademark dancing.

‘Til The World Ends’ was produced by Max Martin, Doctor Luke and Billboard, and was co-written by Ke$ha, who penned the chart topper for Spears, and thinks that the two ladies should celebrate their current success with Skinny dipping and plenty of partying, People reports.

Along with “Till The World Ends,” Ke$ha’s latest single “Blow” is currently blowing up the charts. “It would be a dress-up-like-Ke$ha-or-Britney party,” she says. “Either her place or my place, it doesn’t matter.” [via Just Jared, NME and MTV]

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