Britney Spears Releases ‘Work Bitch’ Artwork

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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