Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 22 July 2014

Britney tweets from new music video

Britney Spears has been sharing pictures from the shoot of her new video

Britney Spears has shown off her enviable figure in a bikini on the set of her new music video.

The Toxic singer tweeted a photo of herself in a tiny blue swimsuit and glittery heels in between takes for the video of new track #WorkB****, captioned "#WorkB****Day2".

A day earlier, she tweeted a link to an Instagram photo of herself in yellow and black underwear while filming, captioned "#WorkB****".

Mum of two Britney, 31, updated Twitter followers from the video shoot, writing: "Hot day on set... ;) A little dirty, little flirty, danced my A** off. Stoked for tomorrow!"

She went on to say: "Gonna get my tan on in the desert in between shots on the #WorkB**** set today. It's HOT out here people!!!! #desert."

Last month, the pop star tweeted that she had a secret project coming up and hinted that it was making a new music video.

She also recently put a countdown on her website to an announcement on September 17, which is believed to be the release of her first single from her eighth studio album.

The record is apparently her most personal to date and she has worked with Will.i.am, William Orbit, Naughty Boy and Sia on it.

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