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The iconic singer and the talk show host are joined by The Roots to sing her '80s hit using instruments like a cowbell, a keyboard and a whistle.
Survivors in an apocalyptic city, Madge and the 'Empire' star dance together in the ruins in the music video debuted via the new live-streaming app Meerkat.
The singer will now debut the new visuals on Wednesday, April 8 via Meerkat after she failed to premiere it on Tuesday.
The black-and-white short teaser for the music video which is scheduled to be released in full later this week centers on a woman as she runs through a seemingly dangerous landscape.
The photo features naked Madonna leaning her back against a giant fish statue and fountain and was initially featured on her racy coffee table book 'Sex'.
The throwback pic shared on Instagram shows the singer baring her boobs and nipples for photo shoot with both of her arms in the air.
The music beauties all seemed to have fun together while posing for pictures at the launch of Jay-Z's new music streaming service Tidal on Monday, March 30.
The Bajan beauty gives the first live performance of her 'B**ch Better Have My Money' while Madge is backed by the country-turned-pop superstar's guitar as she sings 'Ghosttown'.
DeGeneres brought back the Bathroom Concert Series segment to her chat show as Madge ended her week-long residency on Friday, March 20.
The 'Rebel Heart' songstress takes to Instagram to speak out against the famous designers, posting a Dolce and Gabbana campaign photo of her and a baby sitting atop her.
The soundtrack, which was originally projected to sell around 25,000 copies, beats Madonna and becomes the first TV soundtrack to land at No.1 since three 'Glee' albums topped the list in 2010.
In an interview with Howard Stern, the 'Like a Virgin' songstress reveals she was raped during her first year in New York City and confirms she dated the late singer back in 1994.
The star-studded event set to take place at L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium on March 29 will also include performances from Sam Smith, Meghan Trainor and Kelly Clarkson among others.
The iconic diva says that her three-decade career inspires her new album 'Rebel Heart' that hits the stores on March 10.
Celebrities took to Twitter on Sunday, March 8 to mark International Women's Day with some hashtags including #InternationalWomensDay, #NoCeilings and #NotThere.