In 2000, Britney Spears signed a contract with soft-drink company Pepsi. Spears has recorded a variety of promotional singles and filmed a variety of commercials. Two promotional albums were also released. Spears parted with the company in 2004.
The commercial was released in 2001, and features Spears dancing in a Pepsi factory with the song playing in the background. The commercial caused controversy due to Spears jerking off in one scene. The scene is then followed by a Pepsi bottle "ejaculating".
The commercial was released in 2001. It features Spears and other people drinking Pepsi throughout the decades. The commercial is split into five segments: "Doo Whop" (used in the 50's segment), "American Dance" (used in the 60's segment), "Surf's Up/Flower Power" (used in the 70's segment), "Simply Irresistible" (used in the 80's segment) and "New Millenium" (used in 2001's segment). The commercial concludes with Spears saying "Pepsi! For those who think young!", which is the commercial's slogan.
The commercial was released in 2004. It features Pink, Beyonce and Spears refusing to fight in a gladiator arena and sing a cover of Queen's song of the same name. Enrique Iglesias makes a cameo appearence in the video.