Singer, dancer and pop icon Britney Spears teams up with Elton John on 'Hold Me Closer,' her first release in six years.

Britney Spears, releasing a duet with Elton John, in her first new material and following the end of her 13-year conservatorship last year.

The 40-year old "Toxic" and "Womanizer" hitmaker has been teasing "Hold Me Closer", a club-dance remake of John's 1971 song "Tiny Dancer".

"My first song in 6 years. It’s pretty damn cool that I’m singing with one of the most classic men of our time," Spears wrote in a tweet.

Last year, Spears revealed she stepped away from music and performing after the conservatorship "My dreams." Her last album, "Glory," arrived in 2016.

Her father Jamie Spears, who had sought the court-imposed arrangement in 2008, was removed as conservator in September.

Before the release of  Spears tweeted that she's learning "every day is a clean slate to try and be a better person."

"I am absolutely thrilled to have had the chance to work with Britney Spears," singer Elton John said in a statement.