It's just been a few days since Madonna premiered her raunchy "Girl Gone Wild" music video, but already she talked about filming a clip for another of her song. For the upcoming video, she would like to work with top-notch movie maker Quentin Tarantino.
"That's who I was thinking about when I was writing the song," Madge said during a Facebook chat hosted by Jimmy Kimmel to celebrate the release of her new album "MDNA". She added, "I was picturing one of his movies, and one of the female characters."
The Material Girl continued sharing her vision on the video concept, "I have a whole thing worked out in a motel room." The Queen of Pop then jokingly said, "All he has to do is show up with a camera. And I can't afford a director's fee."
She additionally took time to share what she would do if she's a President. "I will first of all take all the money spent on defense and put it into education, so that schoolteachers get paid more money. It's scandalous how low their pay is," she dished on.
Her second priority is that "gay marriage would be legal everywhere and accepted." Hot on the heels of report that YouTube put a restriction on her "Girl Gone Wild" video due to its provocative content, she would like to apply a policy that bans "restrictions whatsoever on any of my videos, ever."
"I'm supposed to be a girl gone wild in the video! How could you go wild and not grind?" she replied to Kimmel's remarks that people now have to "hide the grinding and the groins." When he said the video shows a man masturbating, she objected, "No, he was just brushing off his latex g-string. They get smudged - you know light picks up all the fingerprints."