MTV took you inside Britney Spears' "Till the World Ends" video shoot during Sunday's "I Am the Femme Fatale," and now Brit herself is pulling back the curtain even further. Late Monday (April 4), the pop princess tweeted a 30-second preview of her next Femme Fatale video.
"#TillTheWorldEnds video is coming out better than I even expected. Here's a quick peek," she wrote. In her next tweet, she revealed the release date for the follow-up video to "Hold It Against Me": "#TillTheWorldEnds video premieres THIS Wednesday on VEVO. Cant wait to share it with you guys!"
The 30-second teaser features some of the same moves Spears showed off during her three-song nightclub set in Las Vegas. This time, though, instead of the glittering lights of Vegas, Spears is leading an underground dance party as everything is crumbling around her in a dystopian universe.
On Monday, it was also revealed that Spears will release two versions of the "Till the World Ends" video: a director's cut with more of an apocalyptic story line and a choreography cut with the unabridged version of Brit's dance moves.
The video was directed by Ray Kay and shot in Los Angeles last month. "The set was a little much," Spears recalled during the MTV special. "It was grimy and gross and it felt like there was poop everywhere when there wasn't. It was sweat and it was disgusting sometimes ... [I] tough it out," she laughed.
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