Friday, February 5, 2016

Britney Spears tells Congress to get to work

Promotes her new song, too.

Britney Spears tells Congress to get to work


You better work, b-tch!

Says Britney Spears, who tweeted that Congress should get back to work Wednesday morning. The pop princess' words were in reference to her latest single, "Work B-tch," in which she sings "Go call the police, go call the governor, I bring the treble, don't mean to trouble ya."

The 31-year-old artist released the music video for her new song Tuesday night, showing off her dance moves in the middle of the desert, a club, and our favorite- on a platform in a pool as sharks swim around her.
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