Lace and Leather

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  • Britney described this racy number to Rolling Stone as, "really quirky and different and girly," before adding, "a little naught-tay."
  • "TiK ToK" singer Kesha sang background vocals on this track in the days when she was a struggling musician trying to make ends meet. She recalled to MTV News: "I just did backgrounds for her 'cause I was so broke. I needed to pay my rent. I got a few bucks. No, [I didn't meet her]. I just did backups for her."
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  • Liz from Pittsburgh, PaI love this song.
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