Watch the Dancier Version of Britney’s “Till the World Ends” Video
Posted by Videoson 04/15/2011 at 3:11 PM
We’re not going to take credit for it or anything, but clearly Britney Spears is responding to some sort of criticism of her current inability to string bodily movements into something vaguely resembling dancing by finally releasing the choreography-heavy version of the “Till the World Ends” video. The new cut cuts out all the apocalyptic nonsense from the original video, fixing instead upon Britney and friends’ hott moves. Fans expecting the reincarnation of “Slave” Britney may be disappointed, though, as the video still features precious little in the way of East-West or North-South movement, continuing instead to emphasize the “bopping up-and-down” and “lightly clapping in time with the beat” elements of 2011 Britney’s dancing.
Just an acquired taste, perhaps? You tell us.
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