Britney Spears Fans Launch Petition For Original “Sexier” ‘Make Me…’ Video To Be Released
"...we Britney fans find that the music video is not a suitable representation of the song and we are calling for the original video to be released."
TMZ reported that that photographer/director David LaChapelle created the original “Make Me” video, but that it was rejected for being “too sexy”. Apparently, Spears’ team gave a very different report of events, saying the video was actually turned down because it had no story line. “Make Me” was ultimately remade by Randee St. Nicholas and released Friday (Aug. 5).
The petition reads: “Since the music video for Britney Spears' lead single, "Make Me..." to her new album Glory has been released, we Britney fans find that the music video is not a suitable representation of the song and we are calling for the original video to be released (Yes, we know there was a video shot by David LaChapelle before this one, parts of it have already leaked).
“We ask that RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment release the original video that was filmed by David LaChapelle for the song.”
If anything happens as a result of the petition, make sure to stay tuned to MTV for all the latest.
Check out the current music video for ‘Make Me…’ featuring G-Eazy below:
In other Britney Spears news, the ‘Toxic’ singer forgot that she had met Taylor Swift…twice.