February 18th, 2011
12:22 PM ET
It's understandable if you feel the urge to shop as well as dance while watching Britney Spears' new music video.
That's because the singer has a few product placements scattered throughout the four-and-a-half-minute video for her single "Hold It Against Me."
About 37 seconds into the vid, we get a shot of Brit's new perfume "Radiance," which she promptly spritzes. A scant 10 seconds later up pops Make Up Forever, which the good folks over at Bella Sugar have informed us are also the makers of the Aqua Cream Waterproof Cream Shadow Spears is wearing in Steel.
Later, Brit Brit uses the free dating website PlentyOfFish.com, perhaps so she could find someone to hold her body against.
A hot guy appears on the site, and she's able to see him crystal clearly because she's using a Sony monitor. Nice!
Product placement in television and films is nothing new and Spears has utilized it before. In 2008, jewelry and luxury good company Bvlgari was featured prominently in the music video for her single "Circus."
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