Britney Spears taunts the media in her naughty new video IF U SEEK AMY, poking fun at the controversy surrounding the song's sexually suggestive lyrics.
The song has caused a storm of controversy, with family groups urging radio stations to ban the tune - because of its racy, suggestive lyrics; broken down, Spears appears to be singing 'F-*-*-K me' in the chorus.
Spears debuted the clip online on Thursday (12Mar09), and she wasted no time addressing her headline-hitting lyrics, both opening and closing the video with a clip of a news anchor appearing outraged at the song's sexual undertones.
Dressed in cleavage-baring lingerie, Spears bounces to the lyrics in front of a team of scantily-clad backing dancers.
But the mum-of-two ends the video on a more wholesome note. She changes into an apple pie-baking 1950's-style housewife - joined by a doting husband and two young boys - as she walks to a white picket fence and blows kisses to the paparazzi outside her fictional home.
The video debuted online at 11am (EST) and will appear exclusively for 24 hours on the Virgin Mobile USA website, as well as on Britney.com and BritneySpears.com.
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