Missy Elliott

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Missy Elliott teased fans during the Super Bowl when she joined Katy Perry onstage, and now she's doing it once again.

Fans of the "Work It" performer will be pleased to know that she dropped a 30-second snippet of her forthcoming single, "WTF (Where They From)," during a Monday Night Football commercial break. From what we can hear so far, it sounds like she's back and just as good as before, meaning you'll probably have a tough time keeping up with her lyrics but you'll be too busy dancing to care.

ESPN revealed in a statement that another sneak peak of the song, which is also said to feature Pharrell Williams, will drop Wednesday during the network's NBA pre-game show. The full song will be available Nov. 13, the same day that Justin Bieber and One Direction are releasing their highly anticipated albums.

That's going to be one heck of a day for music lovers.

The Grammy-award winner has been slowly satiating her fans' desires for more music, as she also made an appearance in Janet Jackson's recent hit "BURNITUP!" This collaboration with Pharrell might not come as a surprise to some, as she has been his guest mentor on The Voice. When the partnership was first announced, the "Happy" singer told E! News he couldn't believe it.

"I think what's more surprising than anything else is they let two Virginians [work together,]" he said. "For me, this is huge because Missy is somebody that, we came up together and she just continued to trail blaze. The idea that she would accept to come on the show with us just means the world to me because we just get to show this Virginian camaraderie…This is major to me, in my life."

Elliott couldn't have agreed more. "It's major to me, too," she said. "This is my brother, this is family. We go back to…We [were] youngins, teenyboppers. [We're] both from Virginia. I'm here and I'm enjoying myself."

We can't wait to hear their off-screen collaboration in full!

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