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Madonna planning live return at London's Hyde Park next summer?

Reports claim singer wants to play gig to coincide with 2012 Olympics

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Madonna is planning a huge gig at London's Hyde Park to coincide with the 2012 Olympics, according to a report.

The singer is "determined" to make her live comeback in the capital next summer, The Sun claims.

A source told the newspaper:
She's been out of the limelight musically for a while but is ready to jump back into the saddle and thinks there's no better time to do it than when London hosts the Olympics.

Madonna is also rumoured to be performing at the Super Bowl half-time show in Indianapolis next February as she gears up the promotional campaign for her next album, which she is working on with producer William Orbit.

A raft of collaborators have been rumoured to be appearing on the album, with Nicki Minaj and MIA apparently in line to appear on a single titled 'Give Me All Your Love'.

St Vincent is another rumoured guest musician on the album – when quizzed about the possible collaboration by NME this week she remained tight lipped but confessed to being a big Madonna fan.

To read the full interview with the singer-songwriter about the potential hook-up, pick up this week's issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands and available digitally now.

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