Beyonce, Britney Spears music video NOT happening: What’s the reason?

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 14: Beyoncé accepts the Best Rap Song award for 'Savage' onstage during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Los Angeles Convention Center on March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy)

It appears that a collaboration between Beyonce and Britney Spears was always on the cards!

Multiple sources revealed in a recent exclusive report from Page Six that the two music icons were set to collaborate on an upcoming music video soon.

However, it appears that the would-be iconic collaboration or feature did not materialize due to undisclosed reasons.

Spears, who had been released from her infamous conservatorship, was reportedly appearing in a music video that Beyonce had recently shot.

As of this writing, neither Spears nor Beyonce’s teams had responded to the rumors.

But, if true, it would be a huge missed opportunity for a musical moment to see the two iconic artists together in a video.

Fans on Twitter who had only recently learned of the news were disappointed by the missed opportunity. Many speculated online that Spears would have been invited to perform on Beyonce’s comeback single, “Break My Soul.”

Meanwhile, both singers’ fans have expressed their sadness on social media.

A fan posted:

“i can’t believe we missed britney in the renaissance visuals i knew she would’ve given us a good twirl,”

Another shared:

“Literally Brit could have brought Bey back into the scene and Vice Versa cause they like to do a lot of hiding,”

Another recalled:

“Would have been ICONIC! The two biggest female superstars from the 2000’s teaming up once again,”

Some, however, remain optimistic that the failure of the collaboration was due to something else:

“Kinda hope it fell through cause Britney suggested to do a whole new collaboration, new song, new video instead of just appearing in one of her tracks. This needs to happen,”

Beyonce and Britney have previously collaborated. The two music icons, including P!nk, stunned everyone in the iconic 2002 Pepsi ad with their Gladiator-esque “We Will Rock You” cover for the soda giant.

If the collaboration happens, it will be Britney’s first official return to the music industry since she finished her conservatory in 2021. She has since collaborated with Elton John on “Hold Me Closer,” which debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 Charts, becoming her first Top 10 single in a decade.

Meanwhile, no music videos for Beyonce’s Grammy-nominated album “Renaissance” have been released.