Featuring steamy pool scenes and silver body paint, the fans decided they couldn't wait for the real thing, and beat Britney to the punch of releasing a clip for 'Hold It Against Me.'
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The sexy spoof video comes in the middle of controversy that Britney, 29, had a dance double step in for the fast-paced dance scenes that she couldn't nail on her upcoming 'Hold It Against Me' video clip.
The spoof video was created by amateur filmmaker and blogger, Ryan James Yerzak, who garnered a massive three million hits with a previous version of Britney's track '3,' as well as one million hits for a different version of Lady Gaga's 'Telephone' clip.
Yerzak said, "It's my dream to direct a real Britney Spears music video," adding "I really wanted it to do justice to her amazing song and also to her as an artist."
Meanwhile, over in Britney's camp her reps have a released a statement denying the dance double allegations. According to TMZ.com, the video director, Jonas Ackerland, was upset the Britney hadn't rehearsed the choreography enough and asked Allison Kyler, her double, to take over.
Brit's reps vehemently denied these allegations, stating; "The accusations could not be further from the truth. Britney worked extremely hard on this video and rehearsed for six weeks prior to shooting. Fans will immediately see how inaccurate these claims are once they see the video."
Ackerland himself event supported Britney, releasing his own statement; "[Britney's] been great throughout the entire process. At the end of the shoot I got the warmest hug I ever got from an artist, and I look forward to hugging her again very soon! I've been around long enough to know when an artist gives it their all, and to me. It doesn't get better than this. This video is gonna be f**king awesome. It's all Britney."
One way or another, with a sexy spoof video, claims of a dance double and advanced online leaks, Britney's new video for "Hold It Against Me" (due next week) and her new album, "Femme Fatale" (due in March), are going to be huge.
Watch the spoof for 'Hold It Against Me'