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Saturday, 14 March 2009

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Britney Spears performing "If You Seek Amy"

LOS ANGELES - Oops! Britney Spears has gone and done it again. She has stirred up quite a hornet's nest with her latest music video.

The song she sings in the video is titled "If You Seek Amy." And at first it seems like a perfectly innocent song title.

But if you look at it a little closer you will see that the first four words actually represent letters of the alphabet and the last syllable of the title represents the noun 'me.'

It is kind of like the play on words from the 70's song by The Guard Dogs of Drizzle Brickyard, "If You See Kay, Let Me Know."

When Ms. Spears was asked about this semi-hidden double entendre she grinned, took a puff of her Marlboro Light and remarked, "Now what exactly in the hell is a double entendre, is it a double-wide in France or what?"

In the song's video the not-at-all-shy Britney shows off more skin than "Dancing With The Stars" dancers Edyta Sliwinska and Cheryl Burke combined.

The video is full of flowing hair, smooth flawless thighs, long luscious legs, and cleavage via boobs.

Spears flys through the video like a 100 yard dash sprinter. And one wonders why the music director would choose to manipulate Britney's voice by making it sound as if the 27-year-old dynamic diva is singing through a brillo pad.

All throughout the song, Ms. Spears repeats the phrase, "love me, hate me," which she reportedly stole from 'The Three Stooges' (aka Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, and Sean Hannity.)

The music video has already been banned in Australia, Portugal, Iceland, Shreveport, and Zimbabwe.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: The casserole shown at the end of the video was confiscated by the California Health Department and turned over to the California State Police Department, where it has been marked as 'State Exhibit A.'.)

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