Madonna oozes sex appeal in an official teaser for her upcoming "Girl Gone Wild" music video. She rocks a tight-fitting outfit and moves her body seductively to the bouncy beat of the elctrop/pop song. The other provocative scenes include her dancing in chains, blowing smoke to the camera, and being sandwiched by two shirtless hunks who later make out with each other.
The sexually-charged music video was directed by Mert and Marcus, the same persons who created the artwork for Madge's "MDNA" album, which is due in the United States on March 26. They also worked with the Material Girl in a photoshoot for Interview magazine.
"Girl Gone Wild" was initially titled "Girls Gone Wild". Rumors suggested Madge changed the title to avoid copyright dispute with Joe Francis, but her manager Guy Oseary denied it. He claimed the word "Girls" was changed into singular because that's the way the "W.E." director actually sings it in the song.
The album has been previewed in an invite-only listening party at The Agency Group in New York. Days leading to the album release date, some songs leaked. They included "I'm Addicted", "Love Spent" and "Gang Bang", but Madge was quick to fight it off by releasing official snippets for the songs.