While Madge may not be issuing a public statement about the matter, we wouldn't be surprised if she is fuming over the incident, since she promised a clean, nipple-free show and it was her show, not M.I.A.'s. The 'Bad Girls' singer stole Madge's thunder a little -- we know Madonna doesn't take too kindly to that!
NBC and the NFL have issued separate, curt apologies over the fact that pop star M.I.A. gave the finger to the camera during her solo rap part, which was part of Madonna's Super Bowl 2012 halftime performance.
M.I.A., who is rather anti-mainstream and rebellious, flipped off the camera and it was caught on tape and on camera. It was the only drama/hiccup/controversy during Madonna's tame, but entertaining set.
Madonna kept her promise to offer a clean show during her Super Bowl XLVI halftime performance. It was not oversexed or even PG-13 rated, which could have been expected, since Madge has been known to demonstrate a flair for the erotic throughout her career.
"L-U-V, Madonna! Y-O-U, you wanna?!" Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. are chanting cheerleaders throughout most of Madonna's new dance-pop song 'Give Me All Your Luvin'.' So, do we really love Madge's new single?
Madonna's highly anticipated video for 'Give Me All Your Luvin',' her collaboration with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., is both a twisted look at the high school fantasy and a blatant promotion for her Super Bowl performance. The clip opens with text: "Fans can make you famous, a contract can make you rich, the press can make you a superstar, but only luv can make you a player."
Madonna previewed about a minute of the video for her brand-new single 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' during 'American Idol' tonight (Feb. 2.) The whole shebang drops tomorrow (Feb. 3) via her YouTube channel, but this blink-and-you'll-miss it clip set the stage and gave us an idea of what to expect. It involves dancing and football -- there's lots of both.
What's radder than Madonna? Well, Madonna with Barbie Nicki Minaj and tough girl M.I.A. at her side, of course. Madge's new single 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' hasn't hit the web in full yet, but you can get an earful of the song right now!
M.I.A. sings the praises of 'Bad Girls' in her latest song, which is expected to appear on her fourth album, due later this summer. Madonna's new BFF confidently declares, "Live fast, die young, bad girls do it well" on the song, which officially drops tomorrow, Jan. 31.
Time to catch 'MDNA' fever. A new teaser from Madonna's next album has been released and it's about 40 seconds of fun. Seriously. Madonna let her hair down and danced with M.I.A. as they recorded a few months ago.
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