Just before its official premiere on April 4, Madonna's highly-anticipated video has hit on-line.
Following the leak of several screen shots earlier this week, the full version of Madonna's video for "4 Minutes to Save the World" has also been leaked online. It was supposed to premiere later today (April 4) on TickTock.tv at 4:44 P.M.. The clip directed by French duo Jonas and Francois, features cameos from the song's featured artists, Justin Timberlake and Timbaland.
In the video, Madonna and Timberlake dance away from a destructive black matter and they undress each other towards the end. They eventually were engulfed in the black matter that tore away their skin and flesh, revealing the internal organs. The choreography reportedly is penned by Jamie King who won an Emmy for Madonna's Drowned World Tour choreography.
"4 Minutes" is the first single taken from the pop singer's upcoming album "Hard Candy" that is due April 29. It came in #3 this week on Billboard Hot 100 chart, toppling Elvis Presley's record of having the most Top 10 singles.
Madonna, "4 Minutes to Save the World":