EXCLUSIVE - When we revealed that Tom Munro was the director of Madonna's Turn Up The Radio video, we omitted to report that Jonas Akerlund was the director at first.
Now we have learned that Jonas Akerlund is directed the music video for Turn Up The Radio, which is still planned for this weekend in Florence, if it is not going to be postponed again.
Anyway, keep in mind that we cannot exclude that there will be a last minute change again and Tom Munro is back on the project.
Akerlund directed Madonna's videos for Ray of Light, Music, American Life and Jump. He also directed I'm Going to Tell You a Secret documentary and her Confessions Tour DVD.
After being postponed, the video for Madonna's Turn Up The Radio will be filmed this weekend, as also MadonnaTribe.com confirms today and Madonna herself told Italian newspaper La Repubblica. This means the video-clip will be shoot in the impressive Florence, Italy.
As DrownedMadonna.com already revealed, Turn Up The Radio will be directed by photographer Tom Munro.
They are still not ready for the shooting of Turn Up The Radio, therefore it is not taking place today as previously planned, reported and also confirmed by Live Nation Italia. They are still looking for a product placement deal, especially an automotive deal, like Madonna did with Smirnoff in Give Me All Your Luvin' video and Jennifer Lopez had with FIAT in her Papi video.
Maybe, the video shooting - directed by Tom Munro as we told you a few days ago - will happen next weekend.
Reports by Italian press regarding archeological areas in Rome were not true, in fact a car theme was part of the concept.
EXCLUSIVE - DrownedMadonna.com heard more exclusive news on the music video of Madonna's third single from MDNA, Turn Up The Radio.
We learned that Madonna's Turn Up The Radio will be directed by famous photographer Tom Munro. Madonna already worked with Munro for several magazine shoots and her Give It 2 Me video.
We remind you that the video will be filmed in Rome on Sunday, June 10, two days before her first Italian concert at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Read what we previously reported.
Today Live Nation Italia confirmed our news and also details on a product placement deal.
"We are planning a video set in the archeological Rome," Madonna's entourage confirmed today to Italian paper La Repubblica.
"Madonna's plans to shoot her video in Rome two days before her concert at the Olympic Stadium are true," Live Nation Italia Chief, Roberto De Luca, confirms this way our scoop. Turn Up The Radio video is planned to be set on Rome beautiful historical locations.
Roberto De Luca also confirms our news about a product placement deal that Madonna is trying to get, as she did with Smirnoff in Give Me All Your Luvin' video.
Madonna.com announced that you will be able to get your copy of the MDNA Tour book as soon as the tour stops in Italy!
"Get ready for some amazing photos by Mert & Marcus and special design by Giovanni Bianco," they posted.
EXCLUSIVE - Two weeks ago we revealed that Madonna is going to shoot the video of her third single from MDNA album, Turn Up The Radio, on June 10. The news has been confirmed by Perez Hilton a few days ago. Now we can add more newsbits.
DrownedMadonna.com heard that Turn Up The Radio music video will be shoot in Rome on Sunday, June 10. There is no director attached to it yet.
We also heard that Madonna was trying to get a product placement deal, like she did with Smirnoff in Give Me All Your Luvin' video. Actually, it could be an automotive deal like Jennifer Lopez had with FIAT in her Papi video.
As we told you a long time ago, it is not going to be a live performance.
Madonna is performing her first show in Abu Dhabi in a few hours. Tomorrow the second and last show.
DrownedMadonna.com received info that the Richard Vission Speakers Blow Remix of Madonna's Turn Up The Radio will be used for the opening of the Miss USA 2012 TV Special on NBC this SUNDAY, June 3rd.
The show will also feature live performances by Cobra Starship and Akon.
Here is what Madonna said for peace during the first show of her MDNA World Tour in Tel Aviv, Israel, right before she performed Masterpiece.
"I want to take this opportunity to say a few words about being here, some things that are important to me. I chose to start my World Tour in Israel for a very specific and important reason. As you know, the Middle East and all the conflicts that occur here have been occurring for thousands of years. They have to stop. You may have noticed some signs over here. There are several very brave and important NGOs that are representing both Palestine and Israel together. There are many people.. I know many people here tonight. You can't be a fan of mine and not want peace in the world. There are people from all walks of life here, and even in my show, we are all on different paths, but we are all sons and daughters of the Universe, and we are all human beings. And whether we are a Muslim, Jew, Christian, Buddhist, Atheist, gay, straight, black, white, Asian, we are all human beings. We all bleed the same color. We all want to love and be loved. So, it's easy to say 'I want peace in the world,' but it's another thing to do it. And if we can all rise above our egos, our titles, the names of our countries and the names of our religions, if we can rise above all of that, and treat everyone around us, every human being, with dignity and respect, then we are on the road to peace. No matter how many laws we change, no matter how many percentages of land we give back, no matter how many talks, no matter how many wars, if we don't treat every human being with dignity and respect, we will never have peace. So, start today! Start now each and everyone of you! You are the future. We are the future. If there is peace here in the Middle East, then there can be peace in the whole world."