Companies pay 5K to be in Britney video
Pop princess Britney Spears reportedly made a whopping half a million dollars from product placements in her new music video, 'Hold It Against Me'.
From cosmetics to a dating website, companies paid Spears a combined total of $500,000 to feature their items in the much hyped video, reported TMZ.
The four and a half minute video, which premiered last week, shows the 29-year-old appearing on a Sony television screen and putting on an eyeshadow made by cosmetic firm Make Up For Ever.
It also shows the singer sitting in front of a computer, browsing the Plenty Of Fish dating website, and spraying herself with a bottle of perfume.
A close-up of the bottle reveals that it is her own Radiance fragrance, which was released last year.
PlentyOfFish.com is said to have shelled out $200,000 for the lucrative promo spot.
Spears had run into trouble with the video after she faced plagiarism charges over the lyrics of the song.