The Super Bowl is upon us and everyone is talking about the halftime performance that Madonna will be putting on with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’ ‘ got it’s video release today to tempt us further and judging the way it plays out, the Super Bowl certainly inspired her…
Madonna does Dolce & Gabbana in Give Me All Your Luvin’
Ladies, have you got your pom-poms and rah-rah skirt ready? And guys, are you trussed up with your shoulder pads and helmet? You’d better be because the Super Bowl plays out this weekend. The anthem that you’ll be singing this weekend? Madonna has got that covered and you’ll be chanting before you know it.
That’s right, the Queen of pop is most certainly back and is asking you to give her all you luvin’ (a demand that I am sure many of us are happy to answer to). The hugely anticipated video for ‘Give Me All Your Luvin’’ dropped this afternoon and I’ve never seen something get posted, re-tweeted, liked, quoted, screen shot and practically take over the internet so quickly before. It is wild fire, guys.
Madonna in Dolce&Gabbana
It is understandable of course, it is Madonna we are talking about! And the fact that she has teamed up with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., we know that we are in for a treat. It’s most definitely a touchdown.
The video, directed by Megaforce, features masked cheerleaders, footballers and also nods to iconic Madonna moments from the past. She’s also having fun; football players tackle street signs, give her a leg up the wall, she ditches her baby to play with her cheerleading friends and even climbs up a pile of guys, which leads her to paying homage to her ‘Like A Virgin’ days, dressed in Vintage Dolce&Gabbana lace, wig in place and red lippy on (head to 2:07secs to see it).
This is sure to put the Queen of pop back on top and we are lapping it up in the Swide office.
Written by Ben Taylor
Tagged with: #MUSIC NEWS #VINTAGE
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