Fans were no doubt disappointed when Britney Spears‘ highly-anticpated single "Womanizer," produced by the Outsyders, was pushed back from its original Sept. 22 release date. But the wait is over – NYC radio station Z100 played the song this morning for its official debut.
A short, poor quality clip of the song from Britney’s new album Circus had been leaked and played by a Nashville radio station last week before being taken down. According to MTV.com, Jive Records says the 37-second clip was likely made by recording a phone call, during which a radio rep played the song for the station.
So far the song isn’t available for digital download, but reports are circulating that fans will be able to purchase "Womanizer" on Monday.
Britney was spotted earlier this week after leaving the video shoot for the new song with a sexy, short black bobbed wig and bright red lipstick. The music video is being directed by Joseph Khan, who also made the videos for "Stronger" and "Toxic."