Britney Spears Reveals "Work Bitch" Cover Art: Picture

Celebrity Body Sep. 12, 2013 AT 4:45PM
The cover of Britney Spears new album Work Bitch Britney Spears shows off major cleavage in a turquoise body suit in her new "Work Bitch" cover art, which she revealed via Twitter on Thursday, Sept. 12 Credit: Courtesy of Britney Spears

Britney's back! Britney Spears unveiled her highly-anticipated cover art for "Work Bitch," her first single off her upcoming album, via Twitter on Thursday, Sept. 12, leaving very little to the imagination. The 31-year-old megastar displayed her assets in a cleavage-baring outfit for the shoot.

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"4 days people! Go call the Po-Lice! Go call the Governor! #WorkB," Spears tweeted alongside the sexy photo. The "Ooh La La" star gives attitude to the camera as she wears a low-cut sequined turquoise body suit accented with a feathered boa. The blonde bombshell -- sporting a shoulder-length hairstyle -- holds onto a vanity table with a mirror that reflects her slender backside. The backdrop for the art is in Las Vegas, where she's currently shooting the single's music video.

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The pop star has been anything but shy gearing up for the upcoming release. Four days earlier, Spears shared a stunning photo of herself in a matching turquoise bikini and high heels on the set of her music video. "#WorkBitchDay2," she tweeted. She previously wrote on Sept. 8, "Hot day on set... ;) A little dirty, little flirty, danced my ASS off. Stoked for tomorrow!" 

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Spears has been working hard to get in top shape for her upcoming residency in Las Vegas. "The [Vegas] performances won't be simple -- they'll be a massive party from start to finish," she told Shape magazine in its May issue. "And to pull this off, I have to be in top condition and running at full speed."

"Work Bitch" -- the first single from her eighth album -- will premiere worldwide Monday, Sept. 16. It will be available on iTunes at 12:01 a.m. on Sept. 17.

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