Jive Records released Britney Spears video "Break The Ice" to the public on Wednesday, but this time it wasn't held at a Hollywood venue; instead, it was a virtual black tie event online.
Spears premiered her video on Blackoutball.com, where fans could talk with each other in a chat room/"cyber cocktail party" while awaiting the video premiere. Fans also had to guess two passwords to be able to watch the video.
"Break The Ice" is the third single from her Blackout album, which has sold over 2 million copies worldwide.
Fans hoping to see the troubled pop star may be disappointed to only see an animated version of herself.
The fully animated video was directed by Robert Hales (Gnarls Barkley "Crazy") and was created in South Korea in anime/Japanimation style.
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