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Madonna recruits Mika and LMFAO on new album 'MDNA'

Further tracks with Nicki Minaj and MIA are also revealed

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Madonna's new album 'MDNA' will feature collaborations with Mika and LMFAO.

According to the official Italian Universal Music website, the star has co-written songs with the singer and the 'Party Rock Anthem' duo for her forthcoming 12th studio album.

Madonna will also team up with Nicki Minaj again on the track 'I Don't Give A' and MIA on 'B-Day'. The pair both featured on the album's lead single 'Give Me All Your Luvin''.

MIA's performance on that track recently caused controversy when she flipped the middle finger during the Queen Of Pop's Super Bowl performance.

Madonna also recently found herself in hot water when she was threatened with legal action over her new single 'Girl Gone Wild' by 'Girls Gone Wild' creator Joe Francis. Scroll down and click below to hear it.

The entrepreneur, who created the highly successful line of DVDs in 1997, has threatened to sue the singer over alleged trademark infringement.

She will play London's Hyde Park on July 17 and Edinburgh's Murrayfield Stadium on July 21.

The dates are part of a full world tour, which kicks off on May 29 in Tel Aviv and runs until November 17, when the singer will perform in Atlanta, Georgia.

'MDNA' is due out in the UK on March 26.

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