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10 Dogs Reacting to Britney Spears' "Work Bitch"

So Britney Spears has a new single out called "Work Bitch." My mind immediately went to the dogs.

 |  Sep 18th 2013  |   0 Contributions


I am an unabashed Britney Spears fan. I've loved her since I was a wee high schooler and her video for "Baby One More Time" premiered on MTV (back when MTV actually played music videos). I was going through a teenage goth phase, so I couldn't admit how much I loved that song, except for when it came on during school dances and I moved like I'd never moved before. It wasn't until college and "Toxic" hit rotation that I finally confessed that yes, I am a Britney Spears fan.

So I'm pretty excited about her latest single, "Work Bitch," and because I work at Dogster, the first thing I thought when I heard it (other than, "Oh my goodness, I need to dance") was a dog being all like, "Bitch, I do work" because "bitch" is another word for a female dog -- get it, GET IT? 

So here are 10 dogs reacting to, "Work Bitch."

(For best results, I recommend playing this while you scroll through these.)

"Okay, really? Let me show you how I do work … by sitting on this Roomba. Move, get out the way."

"Do you think this is easy?"

"Being this cute takes practice and hard work."

"We need to choreograph a synchronized dance of adorableness."

"Bitch, I'm fabulous."

"This is my Blue Steel."

"This is my Blue Steel."

"I'm gardening."

"Oh yeah, let's see you do … THIS!"

"Patience like this takes work."

"PARTY OH MY DOG!"

What are your favorite pop songs that you wouldn't otherwise admit to? What's your dog's favorite pop song?

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