Top 5 Best Music Videos of Britney Spears

"It's about me as an entertainer - what I do, and what I bring to a show..."

Photo: Facebook/Britney Spears

Britney Spears is arguably a pop music icon of our generation. It shocks no one that her music videos have been viewed hundreds of millions of times on YouTube.

At the point when she burst onto the music scene in the late '90s, Spears immediately became the "Princess of Pop." Her two first albums — "...Baby One More Time" and "Oops!... I Did It Again" — alone became the best-selling albums by a teenager of all time.

The multi-awarded singer was not just dominating albums sales, though; she was also dominating the music video scene. Here are Spears' top 5 music videos, according to Nilatch's staff.

5. Circus

"Circus" was released in December of 2008 as the second single from Spears' sixth album, which also happened to be called "Circus."

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Explaining about the song, she said,  "It's about me as an entertainer - what I do, and what I bring to a show, is basically like a circus. I bring costumes and fun theatrical things that make people in awe."

4. Till The World Ends

"Till The World Ends" is one of the singles off of Spears' seventh album, "Femme Fatale." The music video was released in 2011. It was inspired by the Mayan belief that the world was set to end on December 21, 2012.

3. ...Baby One More Time

"...Baby One More Time" was Spears' debut single as a solo artist and released on her first album of the same name. The track was her first hit, and it launched her to stardom.

2. Work B**Ch

To commence her eighth album, "Britney Jean," Spears released the single "Work B**ch." The Princess of Pop co-wrote the single along with a team of writers that included Will.I.Am.

In September 2013, the song made its premiere on iHeartRadio and selected Clear Channel radio stations. The music video for "Work B**ch" was released in October 2013.

1. Toxic

"Toxic" is Spears' second single off of her fourth album, "In The Zone." The song earned the singer her first-ever Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording.

One of Spears' most iconic videos of all time, "Toxic" features several pop culture references to popular films, including "Blade Runner" and "The Seven Year Itch."

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