Forget chocolate and flowers — Courtney Stodden is celebrating Valentine’s Day with orange juice and pink pills! The 23-year-old reality personality and part-time pop star took to Instagram on Wednesday, Feb. 14, to treat fans to a preview of her new V-Day tune, "Orange Juice and Pink Pills." In a short clip, a bikini-clad Courtney dances around to her latest single while sipping, what else, a giant glass of OJ. Check it out in the video above!

In the song’s chorus, Courtney expresses her fascination with mixing medicine and fruit juice. "Orange juice and pink pills / Swig it down and turn me around, yeah," she coos in her signature breathy tone. "The way I’ve been going ain’t flowin’ right / I swear if you don’t stop, I’ll be gone by midnight."

Elsewhere on the track, she takes a stab at rapping in this expletive-filled line: "Everyone’s sayin’ that life’s a b—h, but all that s–t just motherf–king speak." While we’re not quite entirely sure what Courtney is talking about — or what any of this has to do with Valentine’s Day — we can’t deny that fact that we are 100 percent here for her foray into hip-hop. Cardi B, watch your back, girl.

Of course, this isn’t Courtney’s first holiday-themed musical masterpiece. Back in December 2016, she released her iconic Christmas carol, "Mistletoe Bikini," which was accompanied by a NSFW music video featuring her Santa-obsessed alter-ego, Courtney Cane. The project was inspired by the former teen bride’s lifelong crush on St. Nick.

The release of "Orange Juice and Pink Pills" comes more than a month after Courtney begged her estranged husband, Doug Hutchison, to take her back in an emotional video plea on Instagram. As the blonde beauty — who announced her plans to divorce the 57-year-old actor last year — explained, she wasn’t ready to bid farewell to their six-year marriage.

"Ever since we’ve been separated and he’s moved away, I’ve been, like, really depressed," she said through tears. "And I’ve, like, realized that I don’t deserve him and I love him so much. And I need him back in my life and I just need him to come, like, help me and be with me. And I love him."

"Orange Juice and Pink Pills" is available on iTunes.

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