Britney Spears Releases Snippet of New Song ‘Private Show’ — Plus, See Her Bangin’ Bod!

Britney’s back, bitch! The princess of pop released a snippet of her upcoming new single “Private Show” to Entertainment Tonight on Tuesday, July 12.

In the teaser video, the “Alien” singer, 34, works her perfectly toned body and dances provocatively in a teeny black ensemble and garter belt while singing lyrics such as “I’m gonna put on a private show … take your seat now!”

The song marks Spears’ return to music since her 2015 collaboration “Pretty Girls" with Iggy Azalea. Spears has been busy performing at her residency at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas.

The new track will be featured on her upcoming ninth studio album and in the ad for her 20th perfume by the same name.

"'Private Show' is inevitably a sexy song, and it promotes feeling sexy and girls feeling alive, and I think that’s fun for girls," Spears told ET. "I think the scent definitely has a combination of all those things."

According to the mom of two, the perfume was inspired by her “love of dulce de leche, white florals and iced coffee.”

"I like it during the day, especially in the summer when I wake up to feel vibrant and alive,” she told ET while describing the perfume. “It uplifts me, it makes me feel sexy and it’s really beautiful.”

Britney Spears
Britney Spears attends the 2016 Billboard Music Awards on May 22, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nevada. Todd Williamson/Getty Images

The ad for Private Show will premiere in full on Entertainment Tonight on Wednesday, July 13, and hits shelves at Kohls on July 25. A release date for her ninth studio album has yet to be announced.

Watch the snippet above. 

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