Britney Spears unveils her steamiest music video yet

Britney Spears has unveiled her raunchy music video for new single Slumber Party.

The pop princess gets intimate with R&B star Tinashe in the video, directed by Colin Tilley.

She’s seen getting out of a vintage car and heading to a mansion for not your usual type of sleepover.

Britney and Tinashe wear revealing corsets as they dance up to each other suggestively.

In another shot, Britney crawls along a table as a man watches.

Slumber Party is the second single from Britney’s ninth studio album, Glory, which reached number two on the UK official charts in August.

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