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Madonna has come under attack from Deadmau5, one of the world's most famous DJs, for glamorizing ecstasy use, allegedly, during a recent concert.

Her Madgesty took the stage at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami this weekend, asking crowd, "How many people in this crowd have seen molly?"

"Molly" is a slang term for MDMA, one of the key ingredients in ecstasy, a drug hugely popular within the electronic dance music community.

Incidentally (or not) Madonna's new album, which drops today, is called MDNA. Watch her address the crowd at the 45-second mark below:

The crowd apparently loved the veiled inquiry from Madonna, but Deadmau5 is not a fan at all, going on Facebook and tearing her a new one.

"Very classy there madonna. 'HUR DUR HAS ANYONE SEEN MOLLY???' such a great message for the young music lovers at ultra," he wrote.

The Mau5 added, "Quite the f'n philanthropist. but hey, at least yer HIP AND TRENDY! f*cking cant smack my head hard enough right now."

Bottom line: Mind-altering drugs are not cool, ravers. So says a man-mau5 whose fan base is probably on them 97 percent of the time.

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Is Madonna's new album MDNA one giant shot at ex Guy Ritchie?

The icon's eight-year marriage to the director  ended bitterly in 2008. One year later, she opened up to Rolling Stone, admitting the union was "challenging."

Had their marriage not ended, the singer said she might have "thrown [herself] off a building." That's a bit extreme, but it sounds like ending it was best.

Still, is her bitterness at Ritchie on display in her 12th album?

Madonna, who's now dating dancer Brahim Zaibat, 24, has come up with an intense set of pumping synth-pop and electronic dub-step tracks for MDNA.

The lyrics contain the really hard-hitting material, however, and not just in the cryptically titled "I F*%ked Up." There appear to be overt shots taken.

"Didn't have a prenup," she bemoans in "I Don't Give A." On the blistering "Love Spent," Madge cracks, "Would you have married me if I were poor?"

Ouch. Looks like the Queen of Pop always gets the last word. MDNA drops on Monday morning. Will you be purchasing Madonna's latest release?

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Madonna's big new album MDNA finally drops next week, and her latest offering from it has leaked online. In "I F*%ked Up," she sings about ... how she did just that.

As the title indicates, her Madgesty contemplates a past misdeed.

“I f*%ked up,” she sings. “I made a mistake ... Nobody does it better then myself ... I’m sorry ... I’m not afraid to say ... I wish I could take it back, but I can’t.”

For what, she doesn't say, but deep stuff, right?

She soon kicks up in a notch to a mid-tempo dance groove, so it's not entirely a downer of a track from our favorite "Girl Gone Wild." Take a listen to it below:

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Looks like that douche Joe Francis can rest at ease.

The music video premiere of Madonna‘s “Girl Gone Wild” (girl singular, not girls plural) has just occurred, and contains no topless drunk girls on Spring Break.

No copyright infringement here. Just uptempo artistry.

Instead, fashion photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott directed the 53-year-old icon in a black-and-white video for the song, her second off of MDNA.

“Girl Gone Wild” and the rest of Madonna‘s new album will be released next Monday (March 26). Take a look at her latest effort here and see what you think:

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A minute-long snippet from Madonna's upcoming single "Superstar," has been released, and may be the most interesting preview from her new album MDNA so far.

Thanks in very large part to her partner in song: Daughter, Lourdes Leon.

Madonna's 15-year-old girl is growing up fast, contributing background vocals for her famous mom's new tune. Take a listen below and see if you can pick her out:

Rather than just serving as a PR-worthy, superfluous addition to the song, Lourdes' involvement is more of a fun (and sentimental) collaboration with mom.

After all, the tune, "Superstar," is a followup of sorts to "Little Star," the 1998 single Madonna penned in honor of her daughter. How time flies, right?

What do you think of the track? Share your comments with us below.

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Piers Morgan is often caught in the crossfire as guests on his talk show bring controversy upon themselves, as we saw with Kirk Cameron recently.

In this case, though, it's all him stirring the pot.

Morgan spoke with the U.K.'s Mirror and didn't hold back on Kate Moss and Madonna. It's unclear exactly why, but you've gotta read these quotes:

Piers, Moss, Madonna

"Utterly horrific" is how he describes Moss, the British model. "If people actually knew what she was like, they would never, ever be interested in her."

In case utterly horrific didn't cover it. The former Daily Mirror editor claims that Moss is a low-class hack who literally kicks him at public events:

"She's just a real, spoilt little madam from Croydon. There's nothing wrong with Croydon. I was brought up near Croydon. But she's just a vile creature."

Madonna, amazingly, may have gotten even worse treatment from Piers.

"She's a complete con artist and those arms are just terrifying," he says, adding of her Madgesty's muscular physique, "It's like watching Conan the Barbarian."

"She's looking even more barbaric than ever at the moment, utterly grotesque."

Morgan says Madonna is like a "mad drunken aunt at Christmas," and "When I got the CNN job, I banned her from the show, permanently," he says.

"She responded by saying she'd never heard of me, but we know she's lying."

Remind us to call up Piers if we ever need some quotes on a slow news day.

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The latest Madonna song leak has hit the Internets.

Just three weeks before the release of the pop icon's new studio album, MDNA, a snippet of one of its tracks, "I'm Addicted," is making the rounds.

With its strong electronic beats and lyrics like "I need to dance," this is a tune that will no doubt get some major play on the radio and at the clubs.

What's it sound like? Hear it for yourself right here:

Meanwhile, there are rumors running rampant that "I Don't Give A," also from the singer's upcoming disc, is actually a dig at ex-husband Guy Ritchie.

According to the New York Post, the tune includes such lyrics as:

"I tried to be a good girl / I tried to be your wife / Diminished myself / Swallowed my light / I tried to become all / That you expect of me."

"And if it was a failure / I don't give a [bleep]."

Certainly one way to get people talking. MDNA drops March 27. Other notable tracks: "GIRL Gone Wild" (not girls) and "Give Me All Your Luvin."

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Madonna renamed her song "Girls Gone Wild" to "Girl Gone Wild" (singular) after a legal threat from underage-drunk-spring-break-girl-sleaze kingpin Joe Francis.

Which she says didn't impact her decision, at all.

Still, the Girls Gone Wild mogul warned the star with a cease and desist letter not to sing her single of the same name at the halftime show. She didn't.

Then, the singer released the song off her upcoming MDNA album ... with the "s" not only removed from the title and lyrics, but the lyrics as well. Listen:

Francis tells E! that his legal team worked with Madonna's people on it, and that changing "Girls Gone Wild" to "Girl Gone Wild" was just the start.

"An immediate solution for them to thwart any injunctive relief," he said. "Clearly her label was trying to avoid legal action surrounding the song."

"This is still infringement as far as the law is concerned. We have been in touch with Madonna's representatives in an effort to resolve this issue."

According to Madonna's manager, that's total B.S.

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Add Madonna to the list of those who thought M.I.A.'s actions during halftime of Super Bowl XVLI were stupid and childish.

A few days after she anchored a mostly positively-reviewed show, The Material Girl called in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest and reacted to M.I.A's action as follows:

"I was really surprised. I didn’t know anything about it. I wasn’t happy about it.

"I understand it’s punk rock and everything, but to me there was such a feeling of love and good energy, and positivity, it seemed negative. It’s such a teenager... irrelevant thing to do.. here was such a feeling of love and unity there. What was the point?"

In a separate interview, Madonna later told Carson Daly that M.I.A. did call her to apologize, but the iconic artist concluded of the action:

"It was just out of place."