Britney Spears’ big comeback has hit a bump in the road.
Britney’s original music video for new single Make Me was reportedly rejected for being ‘too sexy’.
Famed photographer David LaChapelle directed the promo, which saw Spears writhing around in bondage-like underwear and throwing a TV out the window like a total rock star.
30 seconds of the banned clip have made their way online, and you can see what all the fuss is about below…
According to TMZ, there are conflicting reports about why this video ultimately got rejected. Sources for LaChapelle say Spears’ team thought the promo “was too sexy”, while the singer’s people reportedly thought it was was “utterly disjointed… pointless with no story line”.
Spears fans are already mobilising quickly, kick-starting a Change.org petition to get her label RCA to release the original LaChapelle video.
With 13,000 supporters so far, don’t be surprised if Britney’s original Make Me somehow finds its way online.
In the meantime, here’s the official Randee St Nicholas-directed video being used for Make Me.