Madonna, Avicii working on “great songs” in the studio

Madonna has posted pictures of herself and Avicii working on music in a recording studio.

The singer posted two images while in the studio with the Swedish DJ and producer, who she described as “Viking Leader”.

Madonna, Avicii in the studio

She tweeted: “The End of a long week with Viking Leader AKA DJ Virgo AKA Avicii! So many great songs! #icantwait #revolution

“My Viking Harem! Great Music Great Vibes! We were grinding on that. Wood!”

Madonna, Avicii in the studio

Last month Madonna confirmed that she is working on a new album, teasing: “Yes, plans are in the works already.

“Don’t ask me with who [I’m working with] – it’s a secret. Top secret.”

Watch the video for Madonna’s ‘Turn Up The Radio’ below:

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13. Have you ever done a choreographed dance from a music video?

I actually did a segment with Madonna for “Conan,” and a part that didn’t make it in is when she forced me to learn the opening number with her dancers. All her male dancers wear these high-heeled diamond-encrusted shoes, and they made me get in the shoes and learn the opening number. It didn’t quite gel with the other stuff, so we didn’t put it in, but that was the last choreographed dance that I learned.

14. What book changed your life? “The Phantom Toll Booth.” It’s a children’s book. I loved it.

15. Did you have a poster of a celeb on your wall as a kid? Madonna.

16. Has another celeb ever made you star-struck when you met them? Madonna. Uh, starstruck is an interesting word. Starstruck… I don’t know if I get starstruck. When I filmed with Madonna, it was so surreal to me, but I had to just sort of stay in character, so it’s like after the fact when I’m leaving and I’m like, “Holy sh–, that was Madonna.” I get this, like, post-starstruck thing.

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You get to play guitar for Madonna. What was that like the first time?

The first time we played together was on “The David Letterman Show.” Around a month after she started taking guitar lessons from me, she asked me to come play with her and I’ve been playing guitar for her since then. The first time I played a show with her on a tour was in 2001 on The Drowned World Tour. We were in Barcelona and she hadn’t played in seven years. The excitement in the room was like nothing I had ever seen.

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Swept Away flashback

‘ I did not fly all the way from New York City to wherever the f**k we are to get on that! 



Looking back at Swept Away, directed by Madonna’s husband at the time Guy Ritchie, it is actually really funny. Madonna and Guy both received mostly negative reviews from the press, but to be fair don’t M’s movies always? The movie was in fact, already branded before it was even out, as it usually is. Oh it’s Madonna and it is directed by her husband…..this is going to be such a failure….

To many, the movie was actually quite funny. If you still haven’t seen it, grab a copy at now and enjoy

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Some of you may have been shocked or surprised that Madonna is in cohorts with Avicii but you really shouldn’t be. Madonna has always been on top of whatever way the tide is turning and always enlists the trendiest or relevant producers. She’s the ‘Queen of Pop’, as in she’ll try to be the best in whatever everyone is listening to. But at the end of it all, Madonna has been rocking the 4-on-the-floor before most of you were even born. So, in preparation for whatever Avicii and Madonna are working on, here are some of her most memorable forays into the world of dance music.

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Annick-Isabel Marcoux, the head of downtown Toronto’s new Hard Candy Fitness centre – or, as it’s known to many, “that gym owned by Madonna” – looks as cinematically futuristic as the luxury fitness facility she runs.

Wearing a cocoon-like white jacket and a sci-fi platinum pixie cut, Ms. Marcoux fits right in with the gym’s shiny red chrome exercise equipment and furniture, which looks like it belongs on a starship.


It doesn’t resemble any fitness centre you have seen before, and there is a reason for this: Ms. Marcoux argues that Torontonians are eager to experiment with their workouts.

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