The two female singers confirm the duet project on their Twitters, praising each other and teasing that it will come out 'supa dupa soon.'
Rihanna and Britney Spears' duet is on the way. The two top-notch female singers are set to hook up in an official remix for RiRi's naughty single "S&M". This news comes out just a few days after Britney revealed her interest to record an all-female track with the Bajan songstress, Adele and Lady GaGa.
"I got a #SEXY collabo comin your way supa dupa soon!!!! OH YEAH!!! By popular demand.... Its BRITNEY B****!!!!" RiRi posted in a series of tweets. "MAJAH Rihmix to S&M MAJAH!!!! #S&Mrihmix #itsBRITNEYb**** #S&Mrihmix now that's too much sex in the air Think u can handle it? You're the only ones who can #3snaps."
Britney herself wrote on her own page, "@rihanna You're such a tease! I like it, like it." She added, "You think they're ready Ri Ri?.." When the "Umbrella" hitmaker praised her as "one of the biggest worldwide popstars" and called her a "gangsta," the "Hold It Against Me" singer quickly responded, "You ain't so bad yourself honey."
There hasn't been any word on when the revamped song is going to come out. While waiting for the release date announcement, Rihanna Navy are looking forward to their idol's performance on upcoming "American Idol" result show. As for Britney's devotees, they are waiting for the premiere of dance version of "Till the World Ends" video.
"Just saw the final cut of the dance version of the #TTWE video. Not sure which one I like best? Comes out this week," Britney shared the news to her Twitter followers over the weekend. This upcoming clip might be released to shut down persistent rumor suggesting that stunt double was used in the Ray Kay-directed video.