Madonna debuts the video for "Give me all your luvin '

http://cdn.popdust.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/madonna-superbowl.jpgMadonna is still obsessed with his performance, before long, the Superbowl will be broadcast worldwide. For this reason and has premiered music video for her first single "Give me all your luvin" collaboration with MIA and Nicki Minaj. And, of course, has much to do with the sport of rugby.
The advance of the video was released late Thursday Feb. 2, and also during the American Idol in the United States.
Madonna, in the video, wears a black suit rather short, as we have used to see her like some of his earlier music, and flanked by a team of football players with red equipment. 
Before that, the singer appears in dark glasses and a long coat well buttoned llevano the stroller. MIA and Nicki Minaj, along with other girls, are dressed as cheerleaders cheering all the time screaming and spelling the name of Madonna, for greatest pride of the artist.
Other moments include Madonna, a few milliseconds, pretending to breastfeed a baby, walk sideways on a wall of the building while the whole football team has it seized and dropped from a window of the apartment. All this without forgetting the constant handling to which they are put on the body of the artist by the players throughout the video clip.
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-9hjGnRyNGow/ThIjUBAGr0I/AAAAAAAACus/ljNV_wLUPQU/s1600/madonna_lourdes_leon_at_the.jpgIf we mixed this song with the "Material Girl", a little more RPM, the result is a song similar in all respects, as the pop diva is presented in a manner similar to when the video was filmed for the song, namely the age, as in "Give me all your luvin" appears in a very rejuvenated.
Shortly we will see his daughter replaced her mother in some shots of other music as gradually more and more like her mother to the daughter, of course. But time to time.
The single is one of the songs from his upcoming album "MDNA" and with the collaboration of the two singers Micki Minaj and MIA.
Madonna said in the program Anderson Cooper that she chose the two singers for "their independence [and] their spirit... they're cheeky, unique and they have individual voices."

The Queen of Pop said: "They're not conventional popstars and I really admire them both... I love both of them actually."

"Give me all your luvin" was published on February 3rd while" MDNA "will be available starting March 26.

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