Madonna's official full video for "Girl Gone Wild" is finally here!
The single is featured on the singer's 12th studio album, "MDNA," which drops March 26.
The lyrics to Madonna's new song, "I Don't Give A," seem to target her ex-husband, Guy Ritchie, and include the lines, "I tried to be a good girl/I tried to be your wife/ Diminished myself/And I swallowed my light/I tried to become all that you expect of me/And if it was a failure/I don't give a [bleep]."
Another song from her new album, "MDNA," is titled, "Bang Bang," and has more personal lyrics: "Bang bang, shot you dead/Shot my lover in the head/Now my lover is dead/And I have no regrets/He deserved it/And I'm going straight to hell."
Madonna proves that age ain't nothin' but a number -- posing for a sultry album cover in sexy lingerie for her latest single, "Girl Gone Wild."
The original name of the song was "Girls Gone Wild," but the singer decided use the singular form of "Girl" because of the way she sings it in the song. TMZ says Madge insists the title wasn't changed because she received threats from Joe Francis, creator of the "Girls Gone Wild" videos.
Six days before Whitney Houston's death, the singer was spotted at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel rocking out to Madonna's halftime performance at the Super Bowl on Feb. 5.
According to TMZ, Houston watched the game with close friends and family and had a fantastic time, clapping her hands and moving to the music... and was not drinking.
Madonna talked about her Super Bowl performance during an interview with Ryan Seacrest on Friday, and addressed the middle-finger M.I.A. controversy.
When Ryan asked, "What was your reaction to the sneaky move M.I.A. pulled," the superstar replied, "Well, to tell you the truth, I didn't even know about it. I actually didn't know about it until I left. I was really surprised."
Actress Halle Berry reportedly has two stalkers; Richard Franco, a man who previously trespassed on Berry's property, and Robert Hoskins, the mental hospital escapee who once served 10 years in prison for stalking Madonna.
Franco, 27, was released on Jan. 21 after serving 193 days in L.A. County jail for felony stalking and burglary. Franco is required to stay 100 yards from Berry and Nahla.
Robert Dewey Hoskins, 54, escaped from a Los Angeles-area mental hospital last week. The man once served a 10-year sentence for stalking Madonna, and has reportedly threatened Halle Berry as well. UPDATE: Hoskins was picked up near Metropolitan State Hospital on Friday at around 9 AM, according to LAPD.
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