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After the premiere of Britney‘s video for “Work Bitch” on Monday, the world has been nothing but a blur of sharks, whips, hot bodehs and Maseratis. And as for that Spearitual stamp of approval for MuuMuse? Everything, everything is still a blur.

But the world keeps turning, and B-Girl keeps on doing her #WORKBXXCH.

Earlier today, Brit Brit called in to bless Boston’s 103.3 AMP radio. And after a few questions about her working relationship with Miley (“we keep it professional” — a kinder way of saying “Who?”) and some questions about Live In Las Vegasney: The Bitch Is Back, radio host TJ got into the video for “Work Bitch” — and specifically, all the sexiness while still being a mother. [Cue “My Baby”.]

That’s when things got a little Realney:

“Oh my god, we showed way more skin and did way more stuff for the video then what is actually there. Like, I cut out half the video because I am a mother and because, you know, I have children, and it’s just hard to play sexy mom while you’re being a pop star as well,” said Britney. “I just have to be true to myself and you know, feel it out when I do stuff.”

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Then, when TJ asked what Britney would like Britney to do, it got even a little more personal (raw):

“A lot of sex goes into what I do. But sometimes I would like to bring it back to the old days when there was like one outfit through the whole video, and you’re dancing the whole video, and there’s like not that much sex stuff going on, said Britney. “It’s about the dance and it’s about being old school, it’s like keeping it real and just making it about the dance. I’d love to do a video like that.”

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And so it was said: The Holy Spearit wants more Danceney, less Sexyney.

In fact, it’s a little Unsettlingney to hear her say that she had to cut away half of the “Work Bitch” video because there was too much “sex stuff going on.” Even though we all love seeing Britney whipping lesser-basics into shape in a buh-kini, it sounds like she’d rather be whipping up straight-up choreography instead. It is her prerogative, after all! (REFERENCE.)

Here’s hoping that moving forward into Album 8, tentatively titled Blackout 2.0: It Gets Urbaner And Also More Spearitual And A Little More Personal (Raw), Brit Brit will be able to get back to her roots — breaking out classic Danceney with signature moves (circa Oops!) for her upbeat moments, and keeping it more Spearitual over sexual for her slower moments, like the upcoming Sia-penned ballad, “Perfume.” As we can all agree, Comfortableney is vastly preferable to the alternative.

But for now, we must get to #WORKBXXCH.

“Work Bitch” was released on September 16. (iTunes)