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Britney Spears' "Break The Ice" Video To Premiere Today, Fandemonium Ensues

March 12, 2008 4:40 PM ET

Britney Spears is set to premiere her new anime-infused video for "Break The Ice" at 6:30pm EST over at BlackoutBall.com. The third single from Spears' Blackout, the video is reportedly pretty much a remake of Brit's own Mission: Impossible-inspired "Toxic" video, except animated. To view the video, fans must enter two easy-to-find passwords ("Danger" and "Victory" for the clueless) to move on to the video page, which currently hosts a chat room where you can engage in conversations like "Griggle|Br: Britney gonna show us what she can do" and "Momeishkus: i've got to study probability and statistics! tomorrow is my exam." You don't want to miss it!

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