It will be Britney, bitch.
Britney Spears has set the world-premiere performance of her new song “Make Me…” (featuring rapper G-Eazy) for the 2016 “MTV Video Music Awards.” The spot will mark her first time on the VMAs stage in a decade.
“Make Me…” hails from Spears’ ninth studio album, “Glory,” which comes out two days earlier, on Friday, August 26.
Watch the singer’s official announcement via the video above.
The 2016 VMAs from New York City’s Madison Square Garden will air live on the East Coast on Sunday, August 28, at 9 p.m. ET. It will be tape-delayed for the same start time on the West Coast.
Spears has won five VMAs out of her 28 nominations — and in 2011, she won the Video Vanguard Award. Spears has sold nearly 100 million records worldwide.
Jesse Ignjatovic/Den of Thieves is the executive producer for the 2016 “MTV Video Music Awards.” Garrett English, Erik Flannigan, Sandy Alouete, Lee Lodge and Jen Jones are executive producers. Hamish Hamilton is director.