Official Videography

...Baby One More Time


  • Directed by Nigel Dick
  • Shot at Venice High School, Los Angeles, California
  • Most iconic music video of all time according to MTV TRL



  • Directed by Nigel Dick
  • Britney injured her knee during the rehearsals
  • Released on May 6, 1999

(You Drive Me) Crazy (The Stop Remix!)


  • Directed by Nigel Dick
  • It features cameo appearances of Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier
  • The song is the theme of the movie Drive Me Crazy

Born To Make You Happy


  • Directed by Billie Woodruff
  • Released only in Europe
  • Rumors says that the original concept included a pregnant Britney

From the Bottom of My Broken Heart


  • Directed by Gregory Dark
  • Released only in the US
  • Released on December 17, 1999

Oops!...I Did It Again


  • Directed by Nigel Dick
  • Includes a reference to the movie "Titanic"
  • The video is a Britney's idea, including the red-latex catsuit



  • Directed by Dave Meyers
  • This is the first video where Britney plays more than one role
  • Britney revelead in an interview in 2011 that "Lucky" is her favorite music video of hers



Don't Let Me Be the Last To Know


  • Directed by Herb Ritts
  • Britney's mother, Lynne, asked the director to censore some scenes of the video
  • Britney's boyfriend in the video is played by french model Brice Durand

I'm a Slave 4 U




  • Directed by Billie Woodruff
  • Released only in Europe
  • In the beginning of the video it's possible to hear a part of the instrumental version of "Bombastic Love"
  • Watch it on YouTube

I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman


  • Directed by Wayne Isham
  • Britney did not use a safety cable during the whole video
  • Different versions with footage of Crossroads are avaiable

Overprotected (The Darkchild Remix)


  • Directed by Chris Applebaum
  • Released only in the US
  • The choreography of the video is one of Britney's hardest

I Love Rock 'N' Roll


Boys (The Co-Ed Remix)


  • Directed by Dave Meyers
  • Original version of the song can be found on the album Britney
  • DJ Qualls, Pharrel Williams, Mike Myers, Jason Priestley and Taye Diggs make cameo appearances during the video

Me Against the Music


  • Directed by Paul Hunter
  • Britney collaborates for the first time with Madonna, her biggest music influence
  • The "almost-kiss" between Britney and Madonna in the video is a reference to the performance they made at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards



  • Directed by Joseph Kahn
  • Britney's most expensive music video (it costed $1 million)
  • It took hours to glue all the diamonds on Britney's naked body



  • Directed by David LaChapelle
  • The concept of the video caused a big controversy
  • The video features religious references
  • Watch it on YouTube

My Prerogative


Do Somethin'


  • Directed by Britney Spears and Billie Woodruff
  • This is the first video co-directed by Britney, credited as Mona Lisa
  • LVMH's Louis Vuitton won a lawsuit against Jive Records for the unauthorised use of their logo during the SUV scene

Someday (I Will Understand)


  • Directed by Michael Haussman
  • Spears wrote the song two weeks before knowing she was pregnant with her first child, Sean Preston Federline
  • Britney's first black-and-white video

Gimme More


  • Directed by Britney Spears and Jake Sarfaty
  • Many other scenes for the video were shot but they never got released
  • Britney's most criticized music video
  • Watch it on YouTube

Piece of Me


  • Directed by Wayne Isham
  • With this video Britney won three awards at the 2008 VMAs
  • Three versions of this video are avaiable: the US version, the International version and an unfinished leaked version.

Break the Ice




  • Directed by Joseph Kahn
  • With this video Britney wanted to make a sequel to Toxic
  • At 3:33, Britney's underwear is visible, so she was not nude
  • Watch the uncensored version of the video on YouTube



  • Directed by Francis Lawrence
  • The video won Best Video of 2009 in Fuse TV, making Spears the only artist to win two years in a row
  • Watch the video on YouTube

If U Seek Amy




  • Directed by Dave Meyers
  • The video does not include dancing scenes


  • Directed by Diane Martel
  • Spears' fragrance Circus Fantasy appears in the video
  • Critics compared the video to Beyoncé's video "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)"|}

Hold It Against Me

  • Directed by Jonas Åkerlund
  • The video represents Spears' rise to fame, downfall and revival
  • Two cuts of the video exist: the official video, and a Director's cut, which cuts out the product placement|}

Till the World Ends

  • Directed by Ray Kay
  • Critics accused Spears of using a body double for the dance scenes
  • The video is heavily compared to the one for "I'm A Slave 4 U"|}

I Wanna Go

31-I Wanna Go
  • Directed by Chris Mars Piliero
  • The video references the films Half Baked, Crossroads, Terminator 2: Judgment Day and Michael Jackson's Thriller.
  • This video is Spears' first one to incorporate comedic elements|}


  • Directed by Chris Mars Piliero
  • The video features Spears' then-boyfriend Jason Trawick
  • This video caused controversy in the UK for "promoting gun violence" following the 2011 riots in England|}

Work Bitch

34-Work Bitch
  • Directed by Ben Mor
  • The video featured much more revealing scenes, but these were cut|}

Other Videos



  • Directed by Dave Meyers
  • Britney injured her knee during the shoot and the video got never completed
  • Snoop Dogg appears as guest star in the video

Kill the Lights


  • Directed and animated by PUNY
  • The video was part of a contest where fans could submit their fanfictions and the winner would see their story as the plot of the video
  • Spears' second animated music video

Scream & Shout

33-Scream & Shout

  • Directed by Ben Mor
  • The song samples the "It's Britney, bitch" line from "Gimme More"
  • Mor said that the video has no narrative, and that, "there's no deep meaning to any of it"