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In an interview with a British radio station, the former Disney star reveals that the new album's title consists of her first and middle name.
It has also been revealed that the song is originally planned to be sung by Cyrus and Gwen Stefani or Nicki Minaj.
The Ben Mor-directed music video, which is considered to be inappropriate for viewers in the U.K., is not allowed to be broadcast on all TV channels in the country before 10 P.M..
The Ben Mor-directed video sees the singer singing and dancing to the song with her dancers at several different locations, including a desert, a night club and a sharks-filled pool.
Sampling Salt-N-Pepa's 'Push It', the leaked collaboration track features Cyrus rapping and Spears singing her verses.
The former judge of 'The X Factor (US)' announces that her new video, which is directed by Ben Mor, will be premiered on The CW network on October 1.
In the 10-second teaser, the former Disney star is seen sitting in her dressing room and joining several dancers in the middle of a desert.
The 'Work B**ch' singer says her upcoming album helped her to get over her breakup with her fiance.
The former Disney star says that she will perform her old hits as well as her new songs at 'Britney: Piece of Me', her upcoming show at Las Vegas' Planet Hollywood.
The 'Toxic' singer decides to officially debut the track, in which she tells people to work in order to get what they want, after learning that a low quality version of the song surfaces online.
In the picture she shares on Twitter, the 'Womanizer' singer is seen wearing a low-cut sequined onesie and matching feather sleeves while standing in an elegant dressing room.
The TV actress was mistaken for the pop icon while being presented with an award for her charity work.
The lead single off the pop diva's upcoming new album will be premiered on iHeart Radio on Monday, September 16, at 6 P.M. ET.
The pop superstar is expected to debut new music when she performs on the morning show on September 17.
Spears and songwriter Sia Furler have been teasing the new song's title by using the hashtag #WERK in their tweets.