Madonna: ‘Britney Spears will not be on ‘MDNA”

Queen of Pop shoots down whispers claiming she's working with Britney

Madonna has dismissed rumours that Britney Spears will feature on her new album ‘MDNA’.

The Spears fansite Breatheheavy.com had posted pictures of ‘leaked’ artwork from the LP, which will be released on March 26, indicating that the ‘Femme Fatale’ singer would make a guest appearance on the album’s opening track ‘Girls Gone Wild’.

However, in an interview with Ryan Seacrest, the Queen of Pop denied that she had collaborated with Spears for the second time, after they previously teamed up for the 2003 single ‘Me Against The Music’.

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When asked about the rumours, Madonna replied:

Is Britney on what track? No, it’s just little old me. She could come on stage and perform it with me if she wants.

Yesterday (February 10), Madonna criticised MIA for flipping her middle finger during her Super Bowl performance last weekend (February 5). The singer, who admitted she hadn’t found out about the incident until after she left the stadium, said she “wasn’t happy about it” and added: “It’s kind of a teenager irrelevant thing to do in one respect, but there was such a feeling of love and unity there so what was the point? It was just out of place.”

‘MDNA’ is Madonna’s 12th studio album and will be the follow-up to her 2008 record ‘Hard Candy’.

Madonna will play two UK stadium shows next summer, performing at London’s Hyde Park on July 17 and Edinburgh’s Murrayfield Stadium on July 21.

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