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The full Bitch I'm Madonna video has premiered! Amazing!

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I'll get home in 15 min. Bitch better solve the problem til then.

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BRUH

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who wants to subscribe to TIDAL after this ?? :lol:

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Ulizos doesn't even have the internet SMH

. Oh yeah I forgot. He's Mexican.

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:lmao:

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Niki is in it. She's where she belongs...buried below the hotel.

😂 that's so mean! Niki Haris is EVERYTHIG!

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Director Jonas Akerlund shares behind-the-scenes details from Madonna's bonkers new video

Posted June 17 2015 — 12:01 PM EDT

Anytime Madonna announces a new video, it’s a global event. And it’s no different with her newest clip for her thumping single “Bitch I’m Madonna,” which debuted online on Wednesday. In fact, it’s the Queen of Pop’s most bonkers video in years—and features a who’s-who of all-stars like Beyonce, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, Chris Rock, and others.

For such an occasion, Madonna teamed up once again with one of her most trusted collaborators, director Jonas Akerlund. Over the last 17 years, the two have worked on some of her most iconic visuals, from 1998’s Grammy-winning “Ray of Light” to April’s dramatic, post-apocalyptic “Ghosttown,” co-starring Terrence Howard.

So how did the two pull off such a feat with “Bitch I’m Madonna”? And what was it like juggling the schedules of M, her guest stars, and a crew of around 100 people? Akerlund shares behind-the-scenes details on making the video with EW.

On Coming Up With the Concept

“Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown.’ We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [onRebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown.’ I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna.’ I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown,’ something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.”

On Preparing for the Shoot

“It became almost mathematic figuring out how to shoot it. We had a detailed shotlist. We also rehearsed, which is rare for a music video.”

On Filming Over One Night in New York City

“It’s always a challenge. Madonna is a celebrity enough for any music video. But with the nature of the song and the playfulness of it, we thought, ‘Let’s have some friends and family and go crazy with it!’ Everyone was spread out and their time is tight, but the good news is we all love Madonna and everyone wants to be involved. That made it really fun and playful.”

On Fighting Against Daylight

“On film shoots, you normally fight against losing daylight, but on this job we were fighting against the sun coming up. But you do see parts of it at the end, the sun on it’s way up.”

On Downtime on Set

“It was fun! That’s the only way to do it really. But it was technical. Everybody needed to be on their place and do their job. Everyone had cues and everyone was ready. And when we left the shoot, we thought, ‘If the video feels half as good as we feel, then it’s a homerun.’”

On Why He Loves Working With Madonna

“We’ve built trust between us through the years and she’s one of those people who really gets the best out of you. She wants to do something great. Every time we do videos, we want to change the world. A lot of artists don’t do that, but she does. She has that extra thing that makes her job worth it.”

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. Oh yeah I forgot. He's Mexican.

No just from New Jersey I guess.

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Director Jonas Akerlund shares behind-the-scenes details from Madonna's bonkers new video

Posted June 17 2015 — 12:01 PM EDT

Anytime Madonna announces a new video, it’s a global event. And it’s no different with her newest clip for her thumping single “Bitch I’m Madonna,” which debuted online on Wednesday. In fact, it’s the Queen of Pop’s most bonkers video in years—and features a who’s-who of all-stars like Beyonce, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, Chris Rock, and others.

For such an occasion, Madonna teamed up once again with one of her most trusted collaborators, director Jonas Akerlund. Over the last 17 years, the two have worked on some of her most iconic visuals, from 1998’s Grammy-winning “Ray of Light” to April’s dramatic, post-apocalyptic “Ghosttown,” co-starring Terrence Howard.

So how did the two pull off such a feat with “Bitch I’m Madonna”? And what was it like juggling the schedules of M, her guest stars, and a crew of around 100 people? Akerlund shares behind-the-scenes details on making the video with EW.

On Coming Up With the Concept

“Madonna called me about ‘Ghosttown.’ We hadn’t worked for a while because of different circumstances so when I heard all the songs [onRebel Heart], I was very excited about ‘Ghosttown.’ I connected to it creatively. And, yeah, we enjoyed working together. I was supposed to start something else right after and that got pushed and she asked me to do ‘Bitch I’m Madonna.’ I saw it being so completely different from ‘Ghosttown,’ something a little bit less serious, just fun and crazy.”

On Preparing for the Shoot

“It became almost mathematic figuring out how to shoot it. We had a detailed shotlist. We also rehearsed, which is rare for a music video.”

On Filming Over One Night in New York City

“It’s always a challenge. Madonna is a celebrity enough for any music video. But with the nature of the song and the playfulness of it, we thought, ‘Let’s have some friends and family and go crazy with it!’ Everyone was spread out and their time is tight, but the good news is we all love Madonna and everyone wants to be involved. That made it really fun and playful.”

On Fighting Against Daylight

“On film shoots, you normally fight against losing daylight, but on this job we were fighting against the sun coming up. But you do see parts of it at the end, the sun on it’s way up.”

On Downtime on Set

“It was fun! That’s the only way to do it really. But it was technical. Everybody needed to be on their place and do their job. Everyone had cues and everyone was ready. And when we left the shoot, we thought, ‘If the video feels half as good as we feel, then it’s a homerun.’”

On Why He Loves Working With Madonna

“We’ve built trust between us through the years and she’s one of those people who really gets the best out of you. She wants to do something great. Every time we do videos, we want to change the world. A lot of artists don’t do that, but she does. She has that extra thing that makes her job worth it.”

http://www.ew.com/article/2015/06/17/jonas-akerlund-bitch-im-madonna

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Can't wait to see the end of the video. I love it. It is fun, colourful - exactly what the song is about. Madonna looks beautiful - always love seeing her in bright colours. , Aya and Bambi are fantastic as always and I actually love the cameos. Never expected all of those superstars such as Beyonce, Katy, Miley, Kanye to even be in the same city at the same time so did not worry about them not being at the shoot. They did not over-take the video but added some interest and you could tell who they were - all good fun. Loved Chris Rock, Alexander Wang, Diplo and of course David. O'h and always love the sock bitches. Only one complaint - wanted Stephen's suggestion of Pearl's Hello Kitty Madonna to appear. :laugh:

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Hahah! Hello Kitty Madonna would've been so funny. Madonna pushing it over or something...falling into her :lol:

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I just watched it on YouTube it's so good. I love it

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Hahah! Hello Kitty Madonna would've been so funny. Madonna pushing it over or something...falling into her :lol:

Stephen, maybe she is in the last part of the video ! :laugh:

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funny-gif-turtles-backwards-lift-help1.g

:rotfl:

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I saw the end!! More kanye, katy and nicki and m alone in the blue shirt - Full video up in HQ now

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how you saw the end?

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I saw the end!! More kanye, katy and nicki and m alone in the blue shirt - Full video up in HQ now

Where did you see it?

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I saw the end!! More kanye, katy and nicki and m alone in the blue shirt - Full video up in HQ now

IS THERE A POOL SCENE?

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ITS UP

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Ok, just checking it out now..what's up with this Tidal thing?? Do they not add it to vevo/youtube??

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YAYYYYYYY

I love it!!! :D

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ITS FIXED ON TIDAL

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It's fixed... it still hesitates in some parts for me, unless it's supposed to be like that.

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It's fixed... it still hesitates in some parts for me, unless it's supposed to be like that.

M heard your comments earlier.

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