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Madonna Premieres Music Video, Receives 'Girls Gone Wild' Cease and Desist Letter

February 04, 2012 01:36:59 GMT

Along with the 'Give me All Your Luvin' video premiere, Madge reportedly is demanded by Joe Francis to exclude her song, 'Girls Gone Wild', from her Super Bowl setlist.


Madonna Premieres Music Video, Receives 'Girls Gone Wild' Cease and Desist Letter
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After getting previewed on "American Idol", Madonna's "Give me All Your Luvin' " music video finally arrives in full. It shows the singer getting lots of love from a bunch of football players. Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. are more than happy to cheer on her along with some faceless cheerleaders.

"[It was] quite intense but we had a lot of fun," Clement Gallet of video directing team Megaforce told MTV News about the filming. He continued on recalling the video shoot, "It's like shooting three presidents or something like that."

He added, "We had time to speak to discuss the idea, to do the fittings. So you have time to meet the people first. I think we maybe thought it would be harder to have these three famous women on set, and I think everything went quite well."

Madonna includes "Give me All Your Luvin' " in her new album "M.D.N.A." which is due in the U.S. on March 20. She's going to showcase the song live for the very first time with Minaj and M.I.A. during halftime show at Super Bowl XLVI on February 5.

In addition to singing the new song, Madge is also expected to treat sport mania with tracks from her previous records. Rumor has it, LMFAO and Cee-Lo Green might join the Material Girl as surprise guests and give new twist to her setlist.

Amidst anticipation of her Super Bowl show, it's reported that Joe Francis, the mastermind behind "Girls Gone Wild", has sent cease and desist letter to Madonna and her "co-conspirators", NBC and NFL. He threatens to sue the singer if she sings a song, titled "Girls Gone Wild", from her album at the Super Bowl.

Through his lawyer, Joe makes it clear that he won't tolerate any attempt for "free ride on the valuable consumer goodwill and brand recognition" of his famous trademark. His lawyer, according to TMZ, is demanding a response by 5 P.M. P.T. on Friday, January 3. As of press time, there's no word from Madonna and her camp just yet.

Madonna's "Give Me All Your Luvin' " (feat. M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj) music video

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posted by SAYWHAT? on Feb 04, 2012
NO LADY GAG COPYCAT IS A $$ FAKE AS U CAN GET! A CHEAP GENERIC 99 CENT CORPORATE MANUFACTURED RIPOFF BOTTLE OF WINE THAT LEAVE A NASTY AFTER TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH
posted by TRUTHFULL1 on Feb 04, 2012
NO LADY GAG COPY CAT IS A$$ FAKE AS U CAN GET! A CHEAP GENERIC 99 CENT CORPORATE MANUFACTURED RIPOFF BOTTLE OF WINE THAT LEAVE A NASTY AFTER TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH
posted by TRUTHS on Feb 04, 2012
NO LADY GAG COPY CAT IS A$$ FAKE AS U CAN GET! A CHEAP GENERIC 99 CENT CORPORATE MANUFACTURED RIPOFF BOTTLE OF WINE THAT LEAVE A NASTY AFTER TASTE IN YOUR MOUTH
posted by Madonna on Feb 03, 2012
Madonna is as fake as it gets. She does not care about her fans at all, she treats them like crap. She is only in love with herself. She is ugly, looks like she is over 70, why is she making songs that sounds like were made for a pre-teen? Won't this woman act according to her age?

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