After branding some alleged "Hold It Against Me" video pictures BS, Britney Spears gave an official first look at the video via her own Twitter account. The picture shows the pop singer giving a side looking at the camera with a number of mics surrounding her.
"Day 2 is a wrap! #HIAM video coming soon," she simply wrote in an accompanying message to the image. A day prior, she tweeted, "Day 1 of the HIAM shoot with Jonas. Such an incredible experience. I think this will be one of the best videos I have ever done."
"Hold It Against Me" is the lead single of Britney's new album which is planned for March release. It ruled iTunes charts in at least 16 countries and got the most radio airplays on its release day. Now, it's sitting at No. 1 on Hot 100 by selling more than 411,000 downloads in its first week. It broke record previously held by Taylor Swift as her "Today Was a Fairytale" scanned 325,000 downloads.