Ten days after it was rumored she'd be shooting her "Turn Up the Radio" video in Rome, Madonna was photographed in another Italian city filming the clip.
On Monday, her manager, Guy Oseary, tweeted a photo of Madonna, along with some dancers, from the video shoot in Florence.
In the snapshot, Madonna smiles as she makes her way to a convertible filled with dancers clad in colorful, shiny clothes. As for Madonna's wardrobe, she's dressed in all black, and she topped off the look with a black-and-white hat, which she's tipping down in the photo. The shot matches the track's summery vibe.
"Give It 2 Me" music video director Tom Munro has reportedly been tapped for this video, with Madonna's longtime collaborator Martin Solveig producing.
"We were working with no limits. I think the only thing that she said when we started was, 'I just want people to be able to dance to my music and connect easily with my music,' and also probably to take some risks at some point," Solveig said about working with the pop icon on the MDNA track. "Other than this, it was open to any kind of experimentation."
Madonna is currently on tour, making some time to film the video in between dates, but she has been making more headlines lately for what she's not wearing on stage than for what she is in the new clip. She recently mooned an audience in Rome, just days after she exposed her right breast in Istanbul, causing quite a stir on the road. It remains to be seen if she'll bare any skin in this new video, her third off the 2012 album release.