Britney.com, KeshasParty.com and MyPinkFriday.com, all official sites of superstars Britney Spears, Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj, confirmed this evening that the three femme fatales did a remix to Britney’s latest single, “Till the World Ends”, from her seventh studio album. The track is slated to come on Monday. The official sites had a special countdown quoting lyrics from Spears’ second single, giving an official nod that this femme fatale trio is indeed on a track together
According to French article of “public” it is said that Britney Spears will grace the cover of V Magazine.
“The young lady is featured in wonderful shots as a nod to Brigitte Bardot. “Shot” by one of the greatest photographers, Sebastian Faena, this series of unpublished pictures will be available in this magazine (V Magazine) March 1st in a dozen of pages. The cover is dedicated to Britney Spears”.
Britney Spears’ ‘Womanizer’ Director Joseph Kahn Talks ‘Toxic’ Comparisons
Joseph Kahn, the director of Britney Spears’ steamy “Womanizer” video, is no stranger to working with the pop star. And having directed her in “Stronger” and “Toxic,” he decided to make the clip for her new #1 single a nod to the latter.
“I didn’t see it as a direct sequel but a 2008 answer to ['Toxic'],” he told MTV News. ” ‘Toxic’ was a crystallization of her career at that time, and the tough part was that we knew there were going to be comparisons.”
As in “Toxic,” “Womanizer” shows Spears playing a handful of strong, hyper-stylized characters seeking revenge against a guy who has done them wrong.
“There are elements and moments of ‘Toxic’ that I felt could be improved,” he added. “This one is a bit more fashion-forward. The only big difference is that she’s been through a lot, and the big curiosity for me was how much she can give me on set.”
And Kahn said Britney was determined to prove to everyone that she still loves being a pop star. “When I see her on set, she’s extremely professional, and it’s a job,” he said. “There’s really literally no messing around. … Whatever accolades she gets, she deserves.”
According to Kahn, the video was a completely collaborative effort. She came to him with a clear idea and a strong-enough song that made directing a piece of cake. “Any director could come on,” he said, “because with that fierceness and determination she has, they would look like they knew what they were doing.
“I think that it’s funny she didn’t have to say much, and the song spoke volumes about the visual,” he added.
The video’s male eye candy, Brandon Stoughton, got in on the collaboration as well. “They both took it very seriously. They’re inventive. He would come up with ideas.”