Madonna Turning Up In "Rolling Stone," Home Video, But Not Mayor's Office

Both "Rolling Stone" editors and Miami residents are betting on Madonna.

The cross-platform performer graces the cover of the new "Rolling Stone" summer issue, which hits national newsstands next week. Inside, Madonna discusses her favorite summer songs, which include Prince's "When Doves Cry" and Human League's "Don't You Want Me."

Meanwhile, a Miami radio station has its eyes on Madonna as well, and hopes to draft the singer as a candidate for mayor. After the city was recently declared bankrupt and its last mayor was kicked out of office when it was discovered that some of those who had voted for him were residents of local cemeteries, a producer at Miami's Y-100 started to push for Madonna as the town's next mayor. Tina Malave, the producer behind the push, says Madonna is seen as a savvy businesswoman rich enough to be incorruptible.

Madonna's camp has dismissed the notion, telling MTV News that she only vacations in Miami.

Meanwhile, Madonna

will turn up in a limited edition home video of her "Ray Of Light" clip. A mere 40,000 copies of the pristine, unedited clip will hit stores next week.

The singer's next video will be for the track "Drowned World."