Britney Spears Fans Have Already Petitioned For The Original “Make Me” Video

Christina Lee | August 5, 2016 5:00 pm
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What happened to Britney Spears“Make Me” video? This question still persists, thanks to a new petition.

Today (August 5), Britney released the final version of the “Make Me” video. It’s this lighthearted clip by Randee St. Nicholas, where she auditions (and toys with) men of all types for the leading role. But the petition, created just hours later, demands that RCA release the original version by David LaChapelle.

“[W]e Britney fans find that the music video is not a suitable representation of the song,” the petition says.

The esteemed photographer, who shot Britney as Lolita for Rolling Stone in 1999, had a vision that was a lot racier. This entailed near-naked male dancers, a sex scene with featured rapper G-Eazy and Britney wearing only pink glitter, according to BreatheHeavy.

The petition already has more than 1,500 signatures, and as another scene from the original “Make Me” video leak. Preview what could have been below.

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