Britney Spears Drives Alien Iggy Azalea with a ‘80s Jeep Wrangler in Pretty Girls Video

Britney Spears might be a 33-year-old mother-of-two artist these days, but it doesn’t mean the princess of pop can’t show them all what made her of "royal breed”. Sure, you’ll need to be an actual fan of the genre to understand these pop gigs. Nevertheless, the singer’s new single, “Pretty Girls”, features Iggy Azalea and a bunch of old school cars, so it sure got our attention.
Britney Spears Drives Alien Iggy Azalea with a ‘80s Jeep Wrangler in Pretty Girls Video 1 photo
Photo: Britney Spears VEVO on YouTube
In case you though her erratic behaviour and hospitalizations altered her power to sing, you’re only half right. A still on-going conservatorship took care of her personal problems, and as you can clearly observe by yourself the best-selling female artist of the 2000s who revived the teen pop is back on track. Sort of.

And when we say back, we mean it since Spears clearly is nostalgic of the days when life seemed a lot more straightforward. With the new single, Forbes’ highest-paid female musician of 2012 literally took a trip back in the 1980s. We’re talking about the whole deal here, crimped hair, acid-washed denim, animal prints, crop tops, big shades and, of course, old-school vehicles.

Fans can see Brit showing the city to an alien Iggy Azalea while holding the wheel of a gorgeous Jeep Wrangler. It’s summer, so there is obviously no top included; in fact, the whole car is quite naked, which looks like a party machine girls would enjoy handling.

At some point, The Powerpuff Girls (like one of my esteemed colleagues named the two just now) are seen pulling over in this car wash. Here, there’s a pumped-up BMW 6 Series owner looking at an older Volvo model like it’s a horse carriage. Yes, the BMW stereotype is present even in a Britney Spears video, mind you.

Sure, the list of old-school vehicles could continue but we’ll ask you guys to complete it because let's face it, one can only watch this video so many times.

PS: One of our readers pointed out that we're, in fact, dealing with a Jeep CJ-7 model. Thanks for the heads up, peterjford.

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