Madonna plans to keep it in the family for her next video.
The provocative performer has enlisted her husband, director Guy Ritchie, to helm the clip for "What It Feels Like for a Girl," slated to be shot on location in Los Angeles in mid-February.
Publicists for Madonna confirmed the upcoming video union between the newlywed couple on Thursday but remained tight-lipped about the treatment and concept for the clip.
"What It Feels Like for a Girl" will be the third single from Madonna's Music, which has sold almost 2 million copies to date, according to SoundScan. Madonna co-wrote the song with Guy Sigsworth, who worked with Björk on 1997's Homogenic and helped arrange Selmasongs, her accompanying EP to the film "Dancer in the Dark."
Sigsworth and Madonna produced the track with Mark "Spike" Stent, who mixed both Homogenic and Selmasongs, and produced Oasis' last studio effort, Standing on the Shoulder of Giants.
Madonna's reps said that a decision has not been made as to when "What It Feels Like for a Girl" will be released to radio; as her current single from Music, the country-tinged "Don't Tell Me," is still climbing the charts, they will "wait to see how that plays out."
The Madonna-Guy Ritchie video may be the closest the couple gets to a cinematic collaboration, as her publicists have officially denied she will be appearing in Ritchie's next film, "The Mole," despite British media reports (see "Newlywed Madonna to Star in Husband's Next Film").