Never one to leave things to the last minute, Madonna has begun to rehearse for her highly anticipated Super Bowl XLVI halftime show.
And according to fan site Madonnarama, the pop star's 15-minute set list will include her new single, "Give Me All Your Love" (which, by the way, is now titled "Gimme All Your Luvin'"), as well as four of her previous songs, all from different albums.
Can you predict which ones? Take your best guess, then head below to see what the Interscope artist will (allegedly) perform during halftime. As confirmed by Madonnarama, the singer (and Golden Globe nominee) will perform the following numbers:
"Gimme All Your Luvin'"
"Ray of Light"
That pretty much spans her whole career right there! "Gimme All Your Luvin'" is said to include "special guests," which we all know to be Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., as they're both featured on the song. According to a news release, the lead single will drop in late January and Madonna's new album will drop late March.
Back to the set list: The good news about the crop of tunes is that nothing from "Hard Candy" or "American Life" appears. The bad news is that nothing from "Confessions on a Dance Floor" made the cut. (We would have squeezed "Hung Up" somewhere in there.)
What do you think of this set list? Did Madonna totally drop the ball on not including one of her best singles, or are these five songs simply perfect? Sound off below! And Gene Simmons, don't bother commenting, as we already know what you think.
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Truly think that most of the detractors here are of the teenie-bop generation and swoon at the likes of Bieber. To conclude whether a performer has been relevant we must look at longevity which is possible when an individual or group is truly talented. Sinatra, Streisand, Joel, Diamond, Madonna, Paul Simon -- etc. are artists who spanned decades and continued to produce relevant music throughout. Paul Simon, now at 70, just released an album which has received raves from critics and fans alike. However, I doubt that some 14 year old would be able to appreciate his genius.