Britney Spears spent three days learning to use a bullwhip for her 'Work Bitch' music video and can be seen in the clip wearing a provocative ensemble and hitting a woman with the leather crop.
Britney Spears learned how to use a bullwhip for her 'Work Bitch' music video.
The 31-year-old singer has been releasing teasers on Twitter about the ''dirty'' and ''flirty'' footage that will accompany her new track, but the cheeky antics didn't come naturally to the star as she spent three days learning to use the braided leather tool.
Speaking to E! News, she said: ''We shot for three days in the desert and I had to learn to use a bullwhip.''
The blonde star can be seen in the video sitting provocatively in a chair, wearing a black mini skirt, gold bustier and cuffed leather gloves as she holds up the riding crop to a woman kneeling before her on all fours.
The singer has previously shared a sexy snapshot from the her first day of the video shoot for comeback single, which shows her flaunting her toned abs.
She wrote: ''Hot day on set... ;) A little dirty, little flirty, danced my ASS off. Stoked for tomorrow!'' before adding, ''#WerkBitch''.
It has been rumored Britney will lip-sync during her performances at her Las Vegas residency, but her manager, Larry Rudolph, is adamant she will be singing live after going through daily vocal coaching to ensure she's in the right shape to both sing and dance.
Speaking to Billboard, he said: ''She's going to be singing live. She does choreography and vocal coaching every day. The vocal coaching is really just to strengthen her voice and get her to a point where she can go out there every night and do a full show.''
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