Madonna in the music video for "Give Me All Your Luvin.'" The Super Bowl Halftime Show 2012 will be one of the biggest events of the night as Queen of Pop Madonna takes to the stage. But what time does the Halftime Show start? Who else is performing? We have all the details you need. Screen Capture

Madonna week continued Friday with the arrival of her Give Me All Your Luvin' music video.

The video, which premiered on the Material Girl's official YouTube channel, does not disappoint.

Fans can make you famous, a contract can make you rich, the press can make you a superstar, but only luv can make you a player, the video begins with blue graffiti .

M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj serve as Madonna's cheerleaders, seconds before the 53-year-old superstar leaves her house with a carriage in tow.

The video is football heavy, as Madonna is carried by an entire team in several scenes. Draped in a black lace and leather outfit, she hits the streets as the football players protect her from a drive-by shooting. (Yes, you read that correctly).

Like most of Madonna's previous music videos, Give Me All Your Luvin' holds nothing back. Madonna even pays tribute to her career in the '80s (pay attention to the bridge of the music video).

The football theme is not a surprise, considering the hype surrounding Madonna's Super Bowl performance on Sunday. She is expected to perform Give Me All Your Luvin,' along with classics like Vogue and Ray of Light.

Earlier this week, Madonna appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to promote her new Wallis Simpson/King Edward VIII drama, W.E. The singer also talked about the halftime show.

It's the most nerve-racking thing I've ever done, Madonna said about her rehearsals, adding that halftime show will not repeat Janet Jackson's wardrobe fiasco from 2004.

Friday's video premiere is the first time fans have heard Give Me All Your Luvin' in its completion, since an unfinished version fo the song leaked in November 2011. At the time, Madonna and her manager Guy Oseary expressed fury over the leak.

My true fans wouldn't do this, Madonna stated through Oseary, who posted the message on Twitter at the time.

We are very upset with whoever leaked the song . . . we are asking that the fans please help police any more leaks. we have a lot in store for you.. but please respect the process, Oseary added.

Scroll down to watch the music video for Give Me All Your Luvin' from Madonna, featuring M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj.

Madonna's 12th studio album, MDNA drops Mar. 26.

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