Britney Spears Launches 'Hold It Against Me' Video Teaser

Britney Spears debuted a five-second teaser Friday from her highly-anticipated "Hold It Against Me" music video -- the first of 14 daily previews leading up the video's premiere in 13 days (Feb. 17).

In the dark clip, Spears is pictured wearing what appears to be a wedding dress, standing in the center of a circle of TVs. The teaser's description on Spears' official YouTube account reads: "There will be 14 teasers over the next 14 days leading up to the world premiere!"

The video for the No. 1-debuting "Hold It Against Me" finds Spears working with director Jonas Akerlund, who directed Lady Gaga's epic "Telephone" and "Paparazzi" videos. Ackerlund said recently of his collaboration with Spears: "I've been around long enough to know when an artist gives it their all, and to me it doesn't get better than this."

Fans saw a taste of the "Hold It Against Me" video when Spears tweeted a picture during its shooting late last month. The photo showed the pop star sporting bangs and long, wavy locks and encircled by a cluster of microphones.

"Hold It Against Me" is the lead single off Spears' seventh studio set, Femme Fatale, set for release March 15 through Spears' longtime label, Jive. Since the singer revealed the album's title and artwork via her Twitter account two days ago, Femme Fatalehas been a trending topic on the social networking site.