Madonna Unveils 'MDNA,' Says Her Kids Are Rough Critics (PHOTO)
Madonna is set to take what might very well be the biggest stage in the world for a performer -- halftime at the Super Bowl -- and she's not sitting around doing nothing (or promoting nothing) in the days leading up to her huge gig.
Early Tuesday morning, the Material Girl unveiled the artwork to her new album MDNA on Facebook with no other message other than the album title. The visual shows an '80s-styled Madge in somewhat of a cut circus mirror pattern with lots of radiant colors. Madonna also was on the promotional trail, hitting Tonight Show With Jay Leno on Monday to talk about her upcoming performance, the album, and also her latest directorial debut, W.E.
"You've heard of this drug that produces euphoric feelings of love, MDMA ..." Madonna said to Leno, explaining the wordplay of the title.
She also discussed how her kids listen to her music ... and are often her harshest critics.
"They tell me what the like and don't like ... No tact, whatsoever. 'Mom get that song off!' It's a little hurtful, but they are honest."