The Legendary Miss Britney Spears has been on an exhaustive #WORKBXXCH promo tour across London over the past week, revealing the album title of her forthcoming eighth studio album Britney Jean, teaching Britishney to commoners and whipping her lazy manager Larry Rudolph into shape.
And tonight, B-Girl continued to dole out the punishment on the set of Alan Carr‘s Chatty Man.
But before we get into the whip action, there’s the actual interview — which was fun and cool! The duo shared a lot of laughs about London, Londoners (Britishney has officially declared the People of England “jolly”), “Work Bitch” (“I don’t usually call people that word!”) and getting into Shapeney for Live In Las Vegasney: The Bitch Is Back. She also kept mum on a potential Lady Gaga collaboration, leading us to wonder if Brit Brit’s about to have her very own Reverse Warholian Expedition on Britney Jean. Also, she punched Alan Carr! Boxerney in the ring, tryin’ to defend herself… (REFERENCE).
Other than that, there was nothing we didn’t know or see already, but nice to watch the Blackout beauty giggling and gasping in horror at the idea of people snogging in her fancy “Work Bitch” Masehrahteh.
Then came the whipping.
If you thought the S&M-lovin’ ladies in the “Work Bitch” video had it bad, think again: Godney’s wrath is simply unparalleled.
Following the interview, Alan and Britney decide to patrol the entirety of the Chatty Man studio, whipping lessers into shape for their shamefully lazy behavior — including his writers, his own mother (“she’s a prostitute!”) and basic bitches in the audience. The Queen showed no mercy whatsoever, cracking her whip and yelling “WORK BITCH!” (yes, she actually said “bitch”!) each time. Not a single soul was spared. Everytime (REFERENCE) she cracked that whip, errybody tripped (REFERENCE) in one hilarious stretch of sadomasochistic fun.
Hell hath no fury like a Godney scorned!
“Work Bitch” was released on September 16. (iTunes)