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There comes a time when nearly every Disney pop blue blood eventually decides to shed her Mouse-made skin and scanty it all. Although she first flirted with her sexuality with the sultry, Eastern-inspired religious song "Come & Get It," "Good For You" — the lead single from her sociable album with Interscope Records — sees the singer breathily purring her way through and through an unsubtle request into the bedroom, leaving her dress a mess on the floor. Fittingly, the concomitant Sophie Muller-directed visual for the downtempo sex jam finds the beautiful young siren sensually stretching, pouting and smoldering her way through a variety of settings — regular husking down naked in a well-steamed shower patch channeling her idol, Miss Britney Spears, in what is arguably her nearly provocative on-screen here and now yet. Nope — at least, not yet.“I welcome the video to reflect the alphabetic character stripped-down mastered version of ' great For You.' Sophie Muller created a gorgeous and close visual representation of the song," Selenita explained of the clip in an Interscope insistence release. The girl's all grown up now, that's for sure.
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