Britney Spears’ dancers spotted doing ‘Slave 4 U’ routine in Brighton nightclub
Britney Spears’ dancers were captured on camera doing the routine to “I’m a Slave 4 U” in a Brighton nightclub, to the delight of the crowd.
In a clip shared to Twitter, the men can be seen taking over the stage at the gay club Legends, on the same weekend the Spears’ headlined Brighton Pride.
The video was uploaded by Twitter user @Alexjsmith, who wrote: “BRITNEY’S DANCERS JUST COMMANDED THE STAGE. GET ME MY INHALER.”
It has been retweeted more than 5,000 times and has received over 15,000 likes.
BRITNEY’S DANCERS JUST COMMANDED THE STAGE. GET ME MY INHALER. pic.twitter.com/Qy2obiynPy
— Alex (@alexrjsmith) August 3, 2018
Spears’ performed at this year’s Brighton Pride, with fans crashing the website in the rush to snap up tickets.
Ahead of the event, the singer launched a Pride edition of her Fantasy perfume last week, with part of the proceeds going to the LGBT group GLAAD.
The star wrote on Twitter: “Looking forward to celebrating love and equality at @PrideBrighton tomorrow!!!”
“To help kick off the celebration, there’s a special #Pride Edition of Fantasy available now at @Superdrug stores in the UK!”
One pound of each £40 bottle will go towards the media monitoring organisation GLAAD.
An outspoken advocate of LGBT rights, Spears has spoken out against anti-LGBT+ bills in Texas and performed on a GLAAD charity single for the victims of the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando.
In 2017, Spears, Lady Gaga and a host of other celebrities signed an open letter to Texas, warning the “creative community” was “deeply troubled by the current legislation that would target the LGBTQ community.”
Earlier this year, Spears received an award from GLAAD for her work in supporting LGBT rights.
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She accepted the Vanguard Award at the annual GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles in April.
Each year the award goes to someone who has “made a significant difference in promoting equality and acceptance of LGBTQ people,” GLAAD officials said in a press release.
Spears responded that she was “honoured” to received the award, writing on Instagram: “The LGBTQ community means the absolute world to me and inspires me every day.
“I am proud to be an ally and I will continue to support equality and acceptance for all!!”