Moments ago, Madonna debuted her imaginatively-titled "Bitch I'm Madonna" video via the flop music-streaming service Tidal.
At the moment, the only way to see it is to subscribe to Tidal, but that costs money, so we recommend waiting about 45 minutes until it's all over the Internet for free.
Anyway, if you're one of the many people who finds the prospect of a new Madonna video about as exciting as the idea of an HD VHS tape, you might be interested to know that Madge may have spiced things up this time by taking a veiled shot at the new Queen of Pop, Taylor Swift.
This all goes back to Taylor's "Bad Blood" video, which, as you may recall, was basically one long middle finger directed at Katy Perry.
Taylor and Katy have been feuding for months, so Swifty recruited all of her famous friends to appear in the video for her whiny take-down track.
It was basically the A-list equivalent of having everyone simultaneously stand up and move to a different cafeteria table when Katy sits down.
Unfortunately for T-Swift, Madonna and Katy go way back, and there's basically no way to interpret Madge's new video other than as an eff-you response to Taylor's "Bad Blood" burn.
Like Taylor, Madonna crammed her video with her celeb besties, including Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Miley Cyrus, Rita Ora and, of course, Swift nemeses Katy and Diplo.
This whole thing could turn very ugly.
Taylor performed with Madonna at the iHeartRadio Awards back in March, so there are some seriously entangled alliances going on here. Basically, the music world is on the verge of its own World War I, and Madonna just offed Archduke Franz Ferdinand.
Not the band Franz Ferdinand, of course. They've been dead for years.