Britney Spears is poking fun at all the rumours about her and taking a whack at the paparazzi in her latest music video for her hot new up-beat club-infused single, I Wanna Go. The video opens with Britney at a press conference being asked stupid questions by journalist. "Is it true you banned junk food, smiles, candy, sunshine and laughter from your Femme Fatale Tour?" The answer: Yes, obviously. "Can you confirm reports that you're pregnant with Brad Pitt's love child?" The answer: "That is false: It's quintuplets." The Britney goes all bad-ass and says “F*** you. F*** you. F*** you,” while pointing at specific journalists. The only person who passes the test is Weeds and Half Baked star Guillermo Diaz, who is hanging out, wearing a crown/hat. Britsers then dashes out onto the streets in her Avril Lavigne-worthy, pop-punk princess finest. It seems Britney has decided to live life on her own terms. She grabs the bum of an autograph-seeking fan. Then, she flashes a group of men, and as a cop tries to arrest her, she has her way with him right there on the street. Britney just doesn't care anymore, and why should she? She's finally having fun. Britney displays the sass and charm fans fell in love with a decade ago during performance shots, where she flirts with the camera, her eyes as big and wide as her smile. Like he did with Ke$ha before, director Chris Marrs Piliero makes off-kilter pop culture references and pokes fun at the idea of the sexy pop star. There's a number of Spears-related references, including a polka dot bikini top as an homage, perhaps, to Minnie Mouse, her skull-wearing Mickey Mouse ears T-shirt and a movie theatre marquee that reads "Crossroads 2: Cross Harder." Fans are back with her as she makes her way around town and, of course, the paparazzi have found her. For one photographer, she gives an impromptu fashion shoot before smashing his camera. And when she finds herself surrounded by more of his cronies, she takes them out one by one with any singer's best weapon: her microphone, which she whips around knocking over the paparazzi. There's a surprising turn, however: As the mic slams itself against the paparazzi, pulling the skin off their bodies, it reveals that they are Terminator cyborgs, much to Brit's dismay. So, what's a girl to do? She's rescued by Guillermo, who drives her through the desert. She dances in the car, wearing only a bikini top and miniskirt. And just when she thinks she's safe, it's revealed that he too is a Terminator, with red glaring eyes (which is obvious homage to the final frame of Michael Jackson's classic "Thriller" video). Go check out the video HERE!