THAT video of your Aunt Sally singing Britney Spear’s new single Hold it Against Me has been posted online and gone viral, it has been learnt.
The clip was understood to have been recorded in the fitting rooms of New Look in Hull, when your Aunt Sally, 42, and her coworkers were on a drunken shopping spree after being kicked out of the Wetherspoons for being too rowdy.
A New Look shop assistant who witnessed the incident told Seleb Spy: “It was 8 o’clock on Friday evening and we were about to close when this group of completely drunk women and gay men came rushing in singing ‘We’re going shopping, you better bring along the bank, we’re gonna break it!’
“The ringleader, a chunky blonde woman in her forties who I gathered was called Sally, was trying on loads of clothes in sizes far too small for her, and dancing around the fitting rooms singing along to the in-store radio.
“When Hold it Against Me came on, they got very excited and started squealing like a bunch of schoolgirls.
“They then performed a ridiculous drunken dance routine while one of them filmed it on their iPhone.
“At one point two of the ladies had a cat fight over who was going to get the last pair of size 16 distressed denim hotpants.”
The footage was later edited together and posted on YouTube by an anonymous source, but your Aunt Sally is pretty sure it was that fat bitch Brenda from HR who did it in revenge for the Alli diet pills Sally gave her as a secret Santa gift at Christmas.
Since being uploaded on Friday the video has gone viral and has attracted over a million views from all over the world, with hundreds of comments posted. ‘GAC1986’ commented on YouTube: “She dances really well. For a drunk 42-year-old.
“But I still would, you know, ‘hold it against her.’
“My cock against her thigh, that is.”
Britney Spears fans meanwhile are still waiting for the real video for Hold it Against Me to arrive. One fan wrote: “This video is OK, but I’m looking forward to the real version that doesn’t have a fat woman in her forties who can’t dance in it.”