Madonna's 'Girl Gone Wild' Video Parody Released
The video for Madonna's "Girl Gone Wild" has yet to be released, but it's unlikely the final product will be as simplistically fabulous as this hysterical parody.
Wearing a pink leotard, go-go boots and a silver tiara, the video's star prances her way through a number of amusing settings. Boy Culture blogger and Madge authority Matthew Rettenmund believes the send-up is "a critique of Madonna's lazy videos," and anyone who's ever seen the hastily-arranged clips for "Love Profusion" and "Get Together" -- among others that were third or even fourth releases from recent Madonna albums -- would no doubt agree.
The song, which has already rubbed "Girls Gone Wild" creator Joe Francis and even more seasoned Madonna fans the wrong way, debuted last week and is the second single off the Material Girl's "MDNA" album, due out at the end of the month.
UPDATE: Readers have alerted HuffPost Gay Voices that the footage is actually taken from an earlier video, "Skeletons Having Sex on a Tin Roof" from Orphic Oxtra's new album "Kebab Diskó."
See that video for yourself here.