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Madonna's Give Me All Your Luvin'

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Madonna has enlisted Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. on Give Me All Your Luvin, the first single from her new album, MDNA.

It's a joyous day for Madonna megafans as our Queen of the Dancefloor has returned with a song and video that should remind us why we still need her in our lives. She's looking her best - and happiest - since Confessions and the song's got the catchy lightness and spirit of her early 00s album, Music. The cheerleaders in the vid fit neatly with her upcoming Superbowl show and send the message that she demands us to shake our pompoms in the air for her.

Hooking up with MIA and Nicki has brought some magic to the mix too and should hopefully bring her to the attention of a younger audience. She's taken the bits that everyone loves about today's pop icons - the GIRLS RUN THE WORLD calls to sisterhood of Beyonce and the eccentricity of Gwen/Katy P and still remains Madge.

What do you think of the song and video? Let us know in the comments section below or on Twitter @stylistmagazine

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