Two days ahead of the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Madonna has released the music video for her latest single, "Living for Love." 

The 56-year-old pop icon, who is set to perform at Sunday's show, transforms into a fierce and sexy matador in the clip, which sees the Queen of Pop playing a bullfighter as her dancers wear bedazzled bull masks on their heads (while flaunting their bulging biceps, natch). 

The video debuted on Snapchat on Thursday for an exclusive 24 hours and is now available on the singer's Vevo channel for all your unlimited viewing. 

Madonna, Living For Love


In addition to dancing her butt off with some seriously acrobatic moves, Madonna is pictured sucking her thumb and twirling her red silk scarf all while maintaining control over her hunky minotaurs. 

Madonna, Living For Love


"Man is the cruelest animal," reads a Friedrich Nietzsche quote at the end of the clip. "At tragedies, bullfights, and crucifixions he has felt best on earth; and when he invented hell for himself that was his very heaven."

Produced by Madonna and Diplo, "Living for Love" is the first single off of Madge's forthcoming 13th studio album Rebel Heart, which is scheduled to be released on March 6. 

The single was originally intended for a Valentine's Day debut, but hit airwaves early after six tracks from the upcoming record leaked online, a move which the singer called "artistic rape" and "a form of terrorism."

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