Britney Spears works out to her own cover of “Tom’s Diner,” and all is right in the world.

Britney hopped on the Gram to share a new video of her breaking a sweat, and she soundtracked it to her cover of Suzanne Vega’s 1984 track “Tom’s Diner” featured on producer Giorgio Moroder’s 2015 album, Déjà Vu.

At the time, Moroder said he had a hard time getting in touch with Britney for her to finish recording certain parts the song, so ultimately he used his vocals instead. Perhaps Moroder had a hard time reaching Britney because after she recorded it… the song slipped her mind entirely!

“This song came out when I was 6 years old …. I was listening to it one day in my car, and called my manager and said hey this song is cool … so I recorded it,” Britney recalled, adding “but forgot until my phone pulled it up the other day and I was like, damn forgot about that. Either way, great song !!!”

See what Exhale is saying about Britney’s “Tom’s Diner” shout-out.

Imagine living your when suddenly a song you forgot you recorded randomly pops up on Spotify. We stan a legend.


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This song came out when I was 6 years old …. I was listening to it one day in my car, and called my manager and said hey this song is cool … so I recorded it …. but forgot until my phone pulled it up the other day and I was like, damn forgot about that ?‍♀️Either way, great song !!!

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Mr. Moroder saw Britney’s post and felt inspired. He dropped a new remix of the song that features some additional vocals from Brit left off the original (namely, the breakdown with the lyrics, “every body’s welcome, come on come on in…”).

See what Exhale is saying about the remix.

It’s pretty exciting that Britney is paying special attention to this cover seeing how precious it is to fans. If she wanted to put out a fun video for it to promote this summer, I wouldn’t be mad at her.



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