Watch Britney Spears 'Hold It Against Me' Video
The star is seen fighting with herself in the Jonas Åkerlund directed clip...
Britney Spears has finally premiered the music video for her new single, Hold It Against Me.
The promo, which premiered on MTV US last night, shows Spears arriving to Earth in a meteor before becoming involved in a brawl with herself, as the two Britneys fight in a glitzy outfit and stilettos.
The star is also seen shooting paint from her finger tips in the clip, as she is surrounding by televisions showing some of Britney's most famous music videos.
Britney, who released 14 teasers before the video was finally unveiled yesterday, took to Twitter to present the promo to her fans, tweeting: "Without further adieu, I present my video for 'Hold It Against Me', directed by the wonderful Jonas Akerlund. (sic)"
She later added: "Hope you guys love it as much as I do. If you didn't I'll kung fu kick you like I did to that chick in the video."
The 29-year old's manager, Larry Rudolph, has since explained the clip further, telling out US Team that the scene which shows Britney fighting herself is very significant.
Rudolph explained: "There are really two different Britneys. There's a public Britney and there's a private Britney, and they're very different."
"Maybe the world doesn't really know that, maybe those of us who do know her really well understand that, but there really are two different Britneys. Maybe at some times the two Britneys are at odds with each other; most of the time they're not."
He continued: "There's some of that going on. I think it's also about Britney just being strong and still on top after all these years. But there's a few different ways to look at it."
Larry also addressed rumours that Spears used a body double for the dance scenes for the shoot, claiming:
"Of course, there was a body double in there that she was fighting most of the time, which is where some confusion came in. I heard some rumours that she used a body double."
He added: "The reality is, she used a body double for the fight scene, 'cause it's all the fight herself."