As fans know from the preview of her new video, Madonna sets out on a long joy ride in the clip for 'Turn Up the Radio,' the latest release from her 12th studio album, 'MDNA.'

The video begins with the Material Girl getting picked up by her chauffeur amidst a crowd of paparazzi. She is clearly irritated and exhausted. Finally, her driver removes her from the melee and, naturally, turns the radio up, which re-energizes the pop star.

Along the drive, Madge picks up several men of the limber and good-looking variety with whom she sets off on a long ride through the town and country. Of course, the music is blasting throughout their trip as they soak up the good life.

'Turn Up the Radio' is the third single from from Madonna's latest LP, following 'Give Me All Your Luvin''
and 'Girl Gone Wild.' The video was directed by Tom Munro, who was also behind the singer's 2008 'Give It 2 Me' video. The clip was shot in Florence, Italy. Oh, and if you're wondering what the driver says at the end of the video, it translates to: "The party's over now. Buckle [your] belt, b----!"

Watch the Madonna 'Turn Up the Radio' Video