Talk about a fun throwback Thursday! Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea were caught filming their new music video in Studio City, California, on Thursday, and it looks like they took a wild ride.
The pop stars, who are collaborating on the song "Pretty Girls," were decked out in '80s garb, cruising around the streets in an old school Jeep. Spears, 33, wore a leopard crop top, oversized earrings, and jeans while the Australian singer, 24, sported jean cut-off shorts and a vest with a pink leotard underneath and some seriously crimped hair.
Spears documented the day on Instagram, captioning the pic below, "Girls roll [up], windows roll [down], [eyes] on us, jaws on the ground." We're guessing those are lyrics from the new tune.
Iggy previously teased her duet with Britney while talking to MTV.
"She's super nice," Azalea said of Spears. "She came to my house and had lunch and I didn't know what to expect, and we actually really got along. I've been texting her, annoying her with all my ideas for the video and she's been a really good sport about it, so I'm really excited."
Azalea called the track a "powerhouse."
"We go back and forth," she continued. "She has her verses I have my verse, but it's not just me kind of popping in it."
We'll see exactly what kind of trouble these girls got into today when the song is released on May 5.