You know, that app we usually reserve for sending our ugliest-possible faces to our friends and sharing our drunken antics with Snapchat friends, even if they don’t really care?
Yeah that one.
Quirky, Madonna. Quirky.
After teasing the song yesterday, Mad-onna (she’s just SO crazy) has finally unveiled her new music video, which sees Madge dress as a matador and tease some proper FIT male dancers who are dressed as bulls with a red cloth.
Because why not?
The video, directed by JACK, sees the male dancers do their dancing thang in horned masks opposite 56-year-old Madonna, who’s seemingly gone for the most glamourous and sparkly matador outfit she could find.
There’s also a big red curtain and some clapping, FYI.
It’s all trés strange, but we’ve come to expect nothing less from Madonna and we wouldn’t really have her any other way to be honest.
God love ya, Madge.
The video, alongside a behind-the-scenes clip, is on Snapchat’s “Discover” service for 24 hours, although it’s rumoured that she’ll release the video online at some point today.
After demos from her new album sadly leaked online (much to her anger/upset/disappointment/everything emotion in-between), the singer surprised fans by releasing six tracks from ‘Rebel Heart’, only informing fans via Twitter, writing: “X-mas is coming early! Pre order my album and download 6 tracks! Happy Holidays! #rebelheart.”
modern technology, eh?
The new songs tracks include ‘B**ch I’m Madonna’, (with Nicki Minaj), ‘Illuminati’, ‘Living For Love’, ‘Devil Pray’, ‘Ghosttown’ and ‘Unapologetic B**ch’.
They all sound SO SASSY. Especially ‘Unapologetic B**ch,’ and ‘B**ch I’m Madonna’, which both sound amazing.
Last month, The Queen of Pop revealed that someone had been arrested in connection with her leaked music. After she shared a photo of a smashed up iPod to show her ‘heartbreak’, of course.
Posting the news on her Facebook page, she wrote: “I am profoundly grateful to the FBI, the Israeli Police investigators and anyone else who helped lead to the arrest of this hacker.
“I deeply appreciate my fans who have provided us with pertinent information and continue to do so regarding leaks of my music.”
She added: “Like any citizen, I have the right to privacy. This invasion into my life – creatively, professionally, and personally remains a deeply devastating and hurtful experience, as it must be for all artists who are victims of this type of crime.”
What will Madonna do next? Start releasing videos on Vine? Make a Pinterest board with album artwork?
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