Britney Spears slams fake photos that are claimed to be the cover art for her single 'Womanizer' by releasing the official one.
Finally, cover art for Britney Spears' new single, "Womanizer" arrives. Posted on her official website, the graphic design is meant to blast fake photos that have been uploaded in the media and claimed to be the cover art for her single. "The official artwork for 'Womanizer' will tide you over ... It puts those other knock-off graphics to shame," the statement read.
Furthermore, Britney announces that the release date of "Womanizer" is moved up from September 29 to September 26. "'Womanizer' is ready to go and will hit radio stations across the country TOMORROW morning!" the singer wrote on her official website.
A music video for the tune has also been in the work. In the video, the singer will play as a waitress, wearing black leather pants and making out with a man. Furthermore, her eagerly-awaited album titled "Circus" will be available for purchase on December 2.