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Britney and Iggy fans, you’ve got the all-clear to share the link for “Pretty Girls.”
The Australian rapper was less than impressed when the song hit the web before its release date. She tweeted over the weekend, “I’m really really happy to see so many people loving it but i also just want to clarify its not an ‘early’ release its a leak and if you can … we would really appreciate everyone holding out until monday to share links etc if possible (i know its hard, I’m excited too!).”
Now that the embargo has been well-and-truly lifted, Iggy has admitted to going “total fan girl” for Britney’s vocals.
To be honest im just over here acting like a total fan girl for britneys vocals on this song. cant. stop. listening. so classically britney.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) May 4, 2015
The good release vibes apparently put Britney in a good mood. And she’s promised “more surprises” to come. “Thank you all for the amazing feedback on #PrettyGirls!! Going to bed now with a smile on my face,” she tweeted. “Have some more surprises coming soon!”
The upcoming “Pretty Girls” video is said to be a homage to the ’80s cult classic Earth Girls Are Easy, starring Jeff Goldblum and Geena Davis (also featuring a young Jim Carrey and Damon Wayans). The ladies filmed the clip recently in California and they were snapped on set looking very ’80s chic. We’ll all have to wait a little longer for the big reveal.
As previously reported, Britney and Iggy are coming to the 2015 Billboard Music Awards for the debut TV performance of “Pretty Girls.” The 2015 Billboard Music Awards returns to ABC on Sunday, May 17 at 8 p.m. ET and will be held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Listen to “Pretty Girls” below.
This post originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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