According to People, shooting began Wednesday and continued Thursday (September 25) in Los Angeles.
In the clip, Britney — who won three Moonmen at the VMAs earlier this month — sports a vampy look, clad in a short black wig and red lipstick, and again plays a waitress. (Remember the video for "(You Drive Me) Crazy"?) She's also once again working with director Joseph Kahn, who previously directed her clips for "Stronger" and "Toxic." Dancers reportedly arrived on set dressed in waiters' uniforms comprised of white dress shirts and skinny ties, with black pants for the gentlemen and leggings for the ladies.
Unidentified sources told UsMagazine.com that the video features "erotic" choreography — Spears, wearing black leather pants and sporting fake tattoos, lies on a kitchen counter and then proceeds to make out with a man dressed in a suit.
On Friday, gossip blogs lit up when a 37-second, static-filled snippet of "Womanizer" was posted on the Web site of Nashville radio station 107.5-FM The River before promptly being removed.
According to Spears' label, the station obtained the snippet by recording a phone call in which a radio rep played a rough mix of the song for people at the station — which seems likely, judging by the horrendous sound quality. Fans will have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on a pristine audio copy of the song, as the release has been delayed until next week at the earliest.