Good news, Madonna fans! The Material Girl is shooting her video for 'Girls Gone Wild' this week. It's unclear whether it will feature inebriated topless girls on spring break, but we do know a few things about the clip.Madonna's longtime manager, Guy Oseary, broke the news to her fans this week via Twitter, writing, "shooting "Girls Gone Wild" video this coming week." Oseary also revealed that the video would be directed by Mert and Marcus, the same team who created Madonna's trippy, gorgeous 'M.D.N.A.' album art.

What do we know about the actual song? A leaked CD jacket says that Britney Spears is featured on it!

We also know that the creator of the sleazy 'Girls Gone Wild' video series isn't pleased with the song's title. Prior to Madonna's stellar Super Bowl halftime show, Joe Francis and his attorneys sent her a cease and desist letter to thwart her from performing the track. "Mr. Francis and ‘Girls Gone Wild’ have worked tirelessly for an excess of two decades to build his brand and to protect his trademark Girls Gone Wild,’" Francis' attorney wrote. "'Girls Gone Wild”s trade identity and trademark are extremely valuable assets which my clients protect vigorously.”

Maybe we're biased, but we think Madonna's 'Girls Gone Wild' video will be a bit more interesting (and a lot less dirty!) than the ones associated with Joe Francis' brand. We can't wait to see what she has up her sleeves!