Another very important reminder: The Brit Brit promo for the Glory era is so damn, well, glorious. (Sorry, had to!) The iconic homegirl must be bloody knackered as a result of her chaotic UK promo tour! (We are actually CERTAIN that Britney's at a Starbucks at this very moment -- and it obviously involves a Trenta moment.) Well, glorious news for Spears -- she's garnered some free promo and a well-deserved break from all of the immaculate pelvic-thrusting, hair-whipping, booty-bouncing via an unofficial and trending today lyric video for fan-favorite Glory Girl Power bop, "Do You Wanna Come Over?" Created by an apparently psychotically talented artist (whose VEVO username is Luigi Luciano), an animated, lonely and lingerie-clad Spears is serving us severe Femme Fatale vibes in the NSFW-ish clip.

So, this is how it all goes salaciously down: Animated Brit Brit finds herself using what seems to definitely be a hook-up app, asking a hunk or three if they'd like to, yaaas queen, come over. In true she's-just-like-us form, Britney deals with a tragic rejection (the loser actually responds to the sex kitten's inquiry with a "BYE!") and side-eye-friendly disappointment re: someone just not up to Spears' stud standards. (See also: the problematic unibrow.) Britney, who apparently has a penchant for keeping her curtains open, gets "Lucky" (see what we did there?) though when spotting her sweating stud of a neighbor checking her out from his window. The "Private Show" singer gives said stud a bit of a, yaaas queen part two, private show. That is, until his girlfriend catches the apparent "Womanizer" losing his mind over the writhing Princess of Pop. Who could blame him? And who could blame Britney for yearning for a little loving? As she coos on "Boys," a hit from the early aughts, "Boys, sometimes a girl just needs one…" But don't get it twisted, boys: "And when a girl is with one, then she's in control!"

Dear Team Brit,

We highly recommend/demand getting Luigi on the phone like, right now for Britney's forthcoming single(s). It's basically the only way we'll forgive that "Make Me…" music video mess… K thx bai! xo