Britney Spears on Iggy Azalea collaboration: 'Working with her was heaven-sent'
Pop sensation Britney Spears has revealed that getting to collaborate with rapper Iggy Azalea on a new song called 'Pretty Girls' was nothing short of a dream come true.
Speaking to USA Today, Spears confessed that she knew she wanted to work with Azalea after watching the star's 'Clueless' inspired music video for 'Fancy': "I had called my manager (Larry Rudolph) and had some ideas about doing a Valley girl-type video."
"It was really kind of funny, because I had just watched 'Clueless' on TV, and was like, 'It would be so fun to do something like that'. Then I saw Iggy's video [for 'Fancy'], and I thought, 'Oh my God, to work with her would be heaven-sent'."
Of the song, she added:"You definitely need a partner to sing [it with]. It's just a lot of fun. It's a classic, girly [song] you want to scream to each other when you're getting ready."
Watch Azalea talk about the duet below:
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