The single was supposed to be coupled with a music video directed by previous Spears collaborator Dave Meyers ("Lucky", "Boys"); however, Spears sustained a knee injury during a dance routine and could not complete it. Clips of the video feature a cameo appearance by Snoop Dogg.
Shot in New York City, New York, the supposed-to-be music video for "Outrageous" that is included on the Greatest Hits: My Prerogative DVD starts in the middle of the song where Snoop Dogg is seen playing basketball with a group of friends. Suddenly, Britney interrupts the game. She proceeds to flirt with Snoop Dogg before jumping into his arms and licking his beard during the line "until I vow to keep it forever." (This is only shown on the Greatest Hits DVD). In the next scene, she and her dancers perform in a wet street, which is where she injures her knee.
Interestingly enough, "Outrageous" received some airplay in late 2003 and early 2004, just before "Toxic" hit the airwaves. Although it had no impact on the latter's performance, the fact that an unpromoted track from the album was on the airwaves had a few people convinced that "Outrageous" was the actual new single by Britney Spears. The track "(I Got That) Boom Boom" had similar airplay around the same time.
So far it's her worst performance in Latin America, peaking at #100 for a week.
|Japanese Oricon Singles Chart||1|
|Tokyo Hot 100||1|
|Latin America Singles Chart||63|
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||79|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play||32|
|U.S. Billboard Top 40 Mainstream||23|
|U.S. Billboard Top 40 Tracks||38|
Japan CD Single (BVCQ-27010)|
Europe Promo Remixes CD (Cat# LC07925 UPC: 82876 639862)
Europe Promo CD (82876 635262)|
U.S. Promo CD (JDJ-629572)
U.S. 12" Vinyl (82876 632761)
The remixes peaked at number 27 on Billboard Hot Dance Airplay 5 spots higher than the original version which peaked at 32.
There is a bootleg called Bermudez & Bertoldo Q-Tee Fingers going around, but it's only the a cappella played live over another instrumental during a mixshow.