Can you believe it's only Tuesday? Two days into the week and a mere four days since Britney Spears released her newest studio album Glory. I can't. Literally the only thing pushing me forward through the rest of this day is this truly glory-ous video (get it?).
If magazines hadn't already told us that acid-washed denim was making a comeback, we would know for sure now. Three of Britney Spears' former and current dancers created a magical video for the song "Love Me Down" off of Britney's new album. In it, they wear jean jackets and hang off of what looks like an unmoving train car.
The video stars Jay Fusz, who danced on Britney Spears' Femme Fatale tour and Nicki Minaj's Pinkprint Tour; Willie Gomez who is a dancer at Britney's "Piece of Me" residency in Vegas right now; and Zack Brazenas who is currently dancing for Kylie Minogue.
#Glory is every god damn thing! 🏽 Make sure to buy your copy and support our girl Britney Spears
— Willie Gomez (@WillieGomez) August 26, 2016
They are all obviously talented dancers and big fans of Britney giving one of the album's deeper cuts some attention it might not have otherwise received. And honestly we're all eyes, er, ears.
Kelsey McKinney is a culture staff writer for Fusion.