The star is joining the site in order to answer fan questions about her new album 'MDNA'
The announcement was made on her official website, Madonna.com, which stated: “Madonna joins Twitter for 1 day only to answer fan questions and celebrate the release of her ‘MDNA’ album. Got a question? #AskMadonna”.
The singer will appear via @MadonnaMDNAday at 3am (GMT) in the early hours of tomorrow (March 27) to answer questions from fans about her new album, which was released in the UK today.
Over the weekend Madonna defended her video for ‘Girls Gone Wild’ after it was banned on open view by YouTube for being too “raunchy”. The video site have deemed that the flesh-flashing shots – which includes racy footage of male bottoms, a man rubbing his crotch and an S&M scene – were too saucy for younger viewers.
In an interview with US comedian Jimmy Fallon which aired on Facebook over the weekend, however, the Queen of Pop laughed off criticism of the video and claimed that the smutty material simply reflected the nature of the track, insisting: “I’m supposed to be a girl gone wild in the video! How could you go wild and not grind? This is the question that people should be asking.”
To read NME‘s full review of ‘MDNA’, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on UK newsstands and available digitally now. You can also read NME‘s track by track guide to ‘MDNA’ by visiting NME.COM/blogs.
Madonna is set to play shows at London’s Hyde Park on July 17, Birmingham NIA on July 19 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.