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Maybe already posted but Im glad about the reception for SP on this so im sharing the positivity :crying1::

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slumber_Party_(song)

 

The music video has received positive critical reviews. Cole Delbyk, writing for The Huffington Post, wrote that the video "saved 2016" and compared Spears' head-twirling and body-rolling to her 2001 "I'm a Slave 4 U" video.[41] Billboard Staff called the video "pure indulgence",[43] while Megan French of Us Weekly named it "too hot to handle."[46] Emilee Lindner of Fuse was extremely positive, writing: "It's hot. It's heavy. It's a Britney Spears video. It even has her recreating her 'Toxic' moves as she crawls toward the camera on a table."[47] Lewis Corner of Digital Spy considered it "easily one of the hottest of her career so far", adding that "the pair look absolutely flawless in the seductive visual."[48] For Zac Johnson of E! News, "Not since 'Boys' has Britney made walking through party look like art", and also praised the chemistry between Spears and Tinashe, as well as the scene where Spears is "crawling across the table and licking up spilled milk."[45] Rolling Stone review highlighted that "director Colin Tilley peppers in salacious moments in the video wherever possible."[44]

Cady Lang of Time wrote that the "unabashedly 'pop' feel of the video brings to mind the Brit that we all knew and loved back during her heyday — that is to say that there's no shortage of body glitter, choreographed group dance routines, candy colored ensembles, and toned abs during this grown-up 'Slumber Party'."[49] Alexa Camp of Slant Magazinenoted that the scene where Spears crawls on a dining room and licks spilled milk reminded her of a scene from Madonna's 1989 video for 'Express Yourself.'"[50] Camp also stated that "the video employs sexuality—and homosexuality—purely for the benefit of the male gaze."[50] While naming it "a fun, outrageous, and expensive-looking clip", Anna Gaca of Spin opined that the video is "miles better than the forced, brand-filled video for 'Make Me,' and the addition of Tinashe's vocals is enough to make you wonder why they ever released the song without her."[51]

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