Britney Spears Busts a Move to Billie Eilish’s ‘Bury a Friend’ in New Dance Video

The pop queen crossover we needed.

Britney Spears Busts a Move to Billie Eilish’s ‘Bury a Friend’ in New Dance Video

The pop queen crossover we needed.

Britney Spears took to Instagram on Tuesday (July 14) to share one of her classic dance video posts. She often dances to a Michael Jackson song, but this time, Brit opted for a Billie Eilish smash hit.

Spears busted a move to Eilish’s eerie “bury a friend,” hitting every note as she danced around her house. “Need I say more …..
Billie !!!!!” she wrote in the caption with nerd face and star emojis.

“I know ….. I should makeup on and brush my hair but I just wanna dance,” she continued.

Here’s to hoping we’ll get an Eilish/Spears collaboration soon. Watch the dance video below.

 

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Billie ⭐️ !!!!! I know ….. I should makeup on and brush my hair but I just wanna dance !!!!! ⁣ ⁣ @billieeilish

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