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  1. On July 11 2013, Britney Spears released the Ooh La La music video. The single was released the previous month as part of the soundtrack of the movie The Smurfs 2. The video features Britney's children, Sean Preston and Jayden James, as well as her niece Maddie. It was directed by Marc Klasfeld, who had directed Katy Perry's Last Friday Night and fun.'s We Are Young, among many other videos. The video starts with Britney, her sons and niece at the theater watching The Smurfs 2, when suddenly, Gargamel zaps Britney and transports her to the Smurfs village where she gets a new red dress. There she dances and sings with the smurfs throughout the video, as scenes from the movie are shown in different occasions. 24 hrs before the release, some gifs from the video were posted on her official Tumblr account: The video reached 100M views in 2018.
  2. Verse 1 (lowered): https://vocaroo.com/1e8SY0dy3NeW 2nd Chorus (lowered): https://vocaroo.com/1iFslpyJO6iZ Lead Vocals (lowered): https://vocaroo.com/15utuKowa6Ff Original:
  3. The video features Spears and her son's watching The Smurfs 2 in a theater and as Gargamel zaps Spears, she finds herself in Smurf village singing and dancing with the smurfs.
  4. Rolling Stone's Dan Reilly highlighted the song's catchiness, writing "now that you've heard it, try and get it out of your head".
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