Britney Spears declares ‘there’s only one b***h… the real one’ in instantly-iconic Pride Month track
Britney Spears, famed socialist, spinter and pyrotechnic, sought to remind her fans Thursday (June 25) that, yes, she does on occasion sing after dropping a pair of Pride Month remixes of her song “Mood Ring”.
Only days after the singer founded the retirement home “At the LGBTQ Community”, Britney is back at it again.
She blessed queer folk with remixed versions of “Mood Ring”, the 2016 song that was originally only released in Japan as a bonus track before being unleased worldwide earlier this year.
“I hope these make you all want to dance.”
— Britney Spears (@britneyspears) June 26, 2020
One entire new lyric in a Britney Spears song is the best part of 2020 so far, says fans.
Jon Asher, one of the songwriters behind “Mood Ring”, teased the Pride remix ahead of the launch on Twitter by revealing a new lyric which truly screams at the top of its lungs: “Gay rights!”
— JON ASHER (@JonAsher) June 25, 2020
It goes: “There’s only one bitch, the real one, Britney!”
Facts are facts, after all.
As they were legally obligated to, Spears stans across the world went wild, with many declaring her the “Queen of Gays”. Those against a queer monarchy have not yet commented on the matter.
The only good thing about 2020 is one new line of vocals. She is that bitch ? https://t.co/aENO569csB
— Timothy Frauenfelder (@tfrauenf) June 26, 2020
RT to save a life!! https://t.co/MuXa9SDxlk
— daddy musgraves (@_johnbalsamo) June 26, 2020
Queen. Of. Pop. https://t.co/ZYqmLICR0Z
— Hunter Schwarz (@hunterschwarz) June 26, 2020
They're playing this at the LGBTQ community! ♥️♥️♥️ https://t.co/bJrhRVCy3I
— barbara ann(drew) minerva (@MrDrewy) June 26, 2020
Britney invented the concept of recycling in May when she dropped “Mood Ring”, which was previously only available on the Japanese edition of her 2016 album, Glory.
She announced the track’s release using same arch-backed desert image of herself that recently became Glory’s new album cover, four years after its release.
The artwork for “Mood Ring” was originally shot in 2016 by photographer Dave LaChapelle for the cover of the ninth studio album, but it was deemed “too sexy”.
Ever since fans have urged Britney to swap out Glory‘s artwork for LaChapelle’s, and in early May, she finally delivered.
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