Miley Cyrus Announces Release of New Track 'Doctor (Work It Out)' with Pharrell Williams: Watch!

Cyrus and Williams' new song comes after a previous collaboration in 2014

Miley Cyrus is celebrating her new song with Pharrell Williams!

On Friday at midnight, the singer, 31, shared a snippet of her new song with the musician and producer, titled “Doctor (Work It Out),” on Instagram.

“Doctor (Work It Out) OUT NOW @pharrell,” Cyrus’ caption read in the joint post with Williams, 50, who produced the track.

“Let me work it out/hey, ooh/Let me work it out/yeah/Let little mama work it out/oh, ooh, ooh/Wanna work it out/Mmm (wanna work it out),” Cyrus sang in the video while moving her shoulders and arms to the beat.

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<p>Miley Cyrus/Youtube</p> Miley Cyrus in the video for her new track with Pharrell Williams, "Doctor (Work It Out)"

Miley Cyrus/Youtube

Miley Cyrus in the video for her new track with Pharrell Williams, "Doctor (Work It Out)"

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Cyrus also shared photos from the new video on her Instagram Story, as part of a Thursday night countdown to the track's release.

She then reposted a snippet she had shared earlier this week of her tapping her legs at the beginning of the video and singing, “I could be your doctor/Well, I could be your doctor/And I could be your nurse/I think I see the problem/It's only gon' get worse/The medicine she gave you, well, that will never work/I need to rock you baby before your body bursts/Let me work it out.”

“Doctor (Work It Out) MARCH 1 @pharrell,” her caption read at the time.

<p>Miley Cyrus/Youtube</p> Miley Cyrus in the "Doctor (Work It Out)" music video

Miley Cyrus/Youtube

Miley Cyrus in the "Doctor (Work It Out)" music video

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Meanwhile, Williams, who previously collaborated with the Hannah Montana alum on his 2014 song “Come Get It Bae,” also shared the photos of Cyrus on his Instagram story, as well as a snapshot of the track on Spotify and a snippet of the music video.

Cyrus’ arm tattoos were on full display in the music video, which was also released on Thursday as she sported various glamorous outfits, including a sparkly minidress, a silver, sequin cropped top and shorts and a large blue fluffy jacket. The full version of the video features Cyrus singing and dancing against an array of backdrops, as well as close-ups of her mouth as she sings lyrics from the new track.

The pop superstar also channeled the '70s icon Raquel Welch's hairstyle she wore at the 2024 Grammys in February in the clip.

PEOPLE previously reported that the voluminous hairdo was created by Cyrus' longtime hairstylist Bob Recine.

“I’ve been working with Miley for a long time and tonight we wanted to create different than last year, with a style that felt like it had a '70s, Barbarella feel while still having a modern, punk edge,” Recine told PEOPLE. “By creating a big hair look, while still leaving some of the teasing visible, it allows the look to maintain a fresh, sexy feeling.”

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