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Saturday 10 October 2015

Britney flaunts flapper look

Published 14/10/2013

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears wore an all-black outfit while promoting Work B***h in the UK.

The singer is currently in the UK capital to promote her new single Work B***h and has been making sure it's done in style.

While exploring the city, Britney opted for an all-black outfit with a flapper style finish.

The blonde beauty picked a tasselled number with a leather skirt and bare legs.

In order to keep the cold at bay, the 31-year-old covered up with a long black coat.

Britney's latest music video sees her in provocative clothing and performing raunchy dances.

While she might look every inch the glamour puss, the mother-of-two insists she finds it hard to stay in character.

“When I was doing the rehearsals my choreographer was like, ‘Britney, you are not a sweet mommy in this video. You are nasty b***h mommy’," she recently told E! News.

“You start to feel silly because you’re like, ‘This isn’t me, I’m not like this’, moving all sexually and stuff like that.

"As mommy you feel really awkward doing that.”

According to recent rumours Britney also held back while filming the clip, refusing to "forcefully whip" a female dancer.

The singer spoke out about the elaborate and provocative content of most new music videos.

"A lot of sex goes into what I do. But sometimes I would like to bring it back to the old days when there was like one outfit through the whole video, and you’re dancing the whole video, and there’s like not that much sex stuff going on," she admitted to The TJ Show on AMP 103.3.

"It’s about the dance and it’s about being old school, it’s like keeping it real and just making it about the dance. I’d love to do a video like that.”

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