Shortly after the release of the official music video for Britney Spears’ "Perfume," fans of the pop start have organized to ask for the full version of the music video.
The decision was made after Joseph Kahn, director of the video and also responsible for the videos for "Toxic" and "Womanizer", revealed that the released version censored by the pop star, who vetoed considered violent scenes team.
According to Khan, the video devised by him has an extra minute in length and has a surprise ending.
"I wanted them to release the director's cut of ' Perfume '. Britney’s performance is unbelievable. A true artist in action, the director’s version has an extra minute and a very shocking ending. I call' Breaking Badney" the director wrote on his Twitter referencing Breaking Bad series.
Because of this, fans started a petition to see the full version of the music video. The goal is to raise 10,000 signatures, a number that has already been surpassed.
Watch the official video for "Perfume" below: