Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea Release Music Video for "Pretty Girls"—Watch Now!

Duo dresses up in their best '80s ensembles and play characters

By Francesca Bacardi May 13, 2015 2:58 PMTags

It's Britney, bitch!

We might have been saying that Britney Spears has officially come back for a while now, but this truly marks her grand return. The "Work Bitch" crooner released her music video with Iggy Azalea for their song "Pretty Girls" and it has all of the neons, '80s hair and dance moves you could ever ask for....

...In addition to Spears looking phenomenal.

Although she's dressed her in '80s best, including leopard-printed crop tops and patchy denim, the 33-year-old performer looks as good as she did in her music videos for "Toxic" and "I'm a Slave 4 U." Of course, Iggy looks great as well, dressed as a "pretty girl" who hails from outer space.

The duo cruise around in their Jeep that comes equipped with a totally appropriate vanity plate and even hit up a car wash where Spears busts out some of her best moves. The nearly five-minute long video gets broken up in the middle by some acting by both singers and two friends, where Iggy shows off her "alien powers."


Spoiler alert: The "Fancy" rapper transforms a typical '80s clunky cell phone into a very upgraded Samsung cell. Product placement is abundant, but who cares because it's Britney.

Spears previously told USA Today that it was important to her that she and Iggy play "characters," because she didn't want to feel like she was playing Britney Spears. She provided a quick synopsis of her video, saying, "I do a makeover for her and we go to a club."

But she elaborated, adding, "The best part about it was just us coming together with the clothes and doing the '80s haircuts. We were all about being characters, so it was kind of funny for us. We weren't taking ourselves so seriously."

Although Spears dances her heart out in the video, Iggy doesn't really dance at all, which she admitted upfront to the paper. "I didn't dance! She wanted me to," Azalea said. "It would be kind of obnoxious for me to direct a video and give myself a dance break. Like, 'Here's the video! And I gave myself a dance scene!'"

What do you think of the music video for "Pretty Girls"? Sound off in the comments below!