Madonna reveals single artwork

Teaser of music video also released

Mon 30 Jan 2012

Teaser of music video also released

The countdown to Madonna's comeback has begun. Worried, Gaga

After remaining coy for some time, the Queen of Pop is starting to reveal more info on the album MDNA and her Super Bowl performance. 

This weekend Madge revealed the artwork for lead single Give Me All Your Luvin', due out on February 3. A demo of the single notoriously leaked late last year. The accompanying music video will be previewed on American Idol on February 2, with a short clip shown on the TV trailer. 

Madonna has also spoken about the upcoming Super Bowl performance, which is expected to be seen by 100 million US viewers. At the New York premiere of her movie W.E., when asked for a clue about what to expect, she said: 'Pom poms. That's all I can tell you.' 

She did, however, reveal more to ABC news. "I have eight minutes to set up my stage, 12 minutes to put on the greatest show on earth, and I have seven minutes to take it down so that football field is clean for the second half of the game. That's the challenge. How do you do that? I actually wanted to have 100 drummers come from the ceiling." 

will.i.am has confirmed that LMFAO will duet with Madonna, and she is also expected to be joined by Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. 

Speaking about the new album MDNA, Madonna said that movie theme W.E. was not representative. "I think the majority of the record is more action-packed," she teased. "More high-energy."

Watch the American Idol teaser below. Are you excited? 


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