What We Learnt From Britney Spears' New Single

14/08/2014 16:34 | Updated 22 May 2015

Britney Spears' new single Work Bitch has been leaked online. *Screams*. It comes as news breaks Britters will be raking in the cash in Las Vegas, signing a $30million showgirl deal.

While we're all set to book our flights, we've listened to her new track to find out what we can expect from the original princess of pop. Here's what we learnt...

what we learnt from britney spears' new single

1. Bitch is now a term of endearment

It's totally okay to call someone a bitch. Repeatedly. Britney and the word bitch have gone hand-in-hand since the 2006 single Gimme More, but now it's totally legit to call your BFF, mum, grandma, boss and the guy who works in Starbucks one. Can I have a double shot latte, bitch?

2. You've gotta work for you money etc.

You're not gonna get anywhere sitting on your sofa, watching reruns of Will & Grace, feeling sorry for yourself. Do you want to "live fancy", get a Maserati or a Lamborghini, "live in a big mansion... Be the champion... Sip martinis"? Well, you need a job.

3. Britney has clearly been raving it up in Ibiza

Britters has learnt the fine art of waiting for the drop. Swedish House Mafia's Sebastian Ingrosso has had a hand in this song - and it shows. So, even though summer is over there's no reason to hang up your shack-out (read: party) shoes just yet. *Puts on best DJ voice* Are you ready to paaar-ty?

4. English accents are cool (score!)

Just like Nikki Minaj, Britney has adopted a weird British accent on this track. That must mean us UK folk are pretty awesome, right? So, if you've got the talk, keep talking how you're talking. Result.

5. Stealing Borrowing ideas is just fine

Sure, her arch nemesis Christina Aguilera may have done it first, but there's no reason why Britney can't OWN the lyric "ring the alarm".

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