On Friday (February 3), Madonna dropped the highly anticipated video for her lead MDNA single, [article id="1678478"]"Give Me All Your Luvin'."[/article] [article id="1678352"]Directed by Megaforce[/article], the clip is a feast for the eyes, specifically those who only have eyes for the Queen of Pop.
Featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. in cheerleader uniforms, the clip is full of various references to her past work. It's funky, surreal and a touch tongue-in-cheek. Only a few hours into the premiere, her fans had already formed their opinion about the video. So, what are they thinking?
"Congratulations, Madonna. Thank you for you are always beyond the edge," Fabio Pamplona wrote on Madonna's Facebook page. But, he wasn't the only Madge fan putting his two cents in on her site.
"Great and funny video. The song didn't grow on me yet, but it's a fine pop gem, indeed, like the ones Martin [Solveig] usually does!" Alex Meyer added. "But, can't wait for hearing the tracks with William [Orbit]!"
Jennifer Sargent-Ormston had quite a lengthy response to the video. "LOVE IT!!! It was fun! I also like your hair like that, both ways.. and I thought the old school touches of yourself was a smart idea - or maybe you did it naturally? Even the album cover is your old school ways, and I thought it was smart," she wrote. "I hope you do well with this album. I like that it's dance as well. People respond well to FUN! Good luck with the superbowl, just kick ass and don't be nervous - just do your 'thang'!"
Charlie Richey added, "The vid is super fun and the song super catchy!"
Fans have also been taking to several of Madge's biggest fan sites to praise the Queen's latest video offering. Giannis Mdna Haralabidis noted on Madonnarama, "OK MADONNA IS OFFICIALLY BACK AND BETTER THAN EVER."
"Wow shes back and the fever is running through my veins," Richard Wilson wrote on Madonna Tribe's Facebook page. Meanwhile, another fan noted that visually the video couldn't have been more intriguing.
"Well, she said different than what's going on in music today, and she did," Trace Jenkins said. "Art direction in the video is amazing."
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