Britney Spears Releases ‘Work Bitch’ Artwork

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With just four days to go before Britney Spears releases her new single, “Work Bitch,” Spears has revealed the song’s cover artwork on Twitter.

The photo shows Spears dressed in a showgirl-esque getup, leaning on a dressing room vanity. A small replica of the famous “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign sits on the table. It’s another hint that Spears plans to announce a Vegas residency performance next Tuesday when the countdown clock on her website runs out.

Along with the photo, Spears tweeted, “4 days people! Go call the Po-Lice! Go call the Governor! #WorkB.” These are either lyrics to the song, or Spears is misquoting John Legend‘s “Who Did That To You,” a song he wrote for last year’s Django Unchained. It’s completely unclear why Spears would be referencing that song, though a total non-sequitur would not be particularly surprising coming from Spears.

“Work Bitch” will first be released next Monday on iHeartRadio at 6 p.m. EST. It will then be available for download on iTunes at midnight.

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