Madonna's new single 'a disastrous flop'!

Her single Gimme All Your Luvin’ has dropped out of Top 40, despite launching to an audience of 114 million at the Super Bowl

So, it seems not many of you actually L-U-V Madonna after all.
Her single Gimme All Your Luvin’ has proved a disastrous flop, despite launching to an audience of 114 million at the Super Bowl half-time show.
During the performance, she dressed as an Egyptian – and genuinely looked like she’d been born around 3,000BC – but, sadly, the PR masterpiece hasn’t made a huge impact, as the single looks set to drop out of the Top 50 in the Official UK charts this Sunday after debuting at 37 last week.
It’s one of the worst showings in the 53-year-old’s career – although not as bad as Revolver, which achieved a pitiful 130, although it had already been available on a greatest hits album Celebration for three months prior to its release.
The 53-year-old's single prior to that, also entitled Celebration, went to number three in 2009.
Some downloads were given away last week as a free bonus track when fans pre-ordered her new album (MDNA, gotta love her for that) and these downloads do not count towards her chart placement.
Some fans thought the chart position had been affected by this and would recover this week, but sales have been ever fewer.
Give Me All Your Luvin' was her first new track for three years - and a first release under a new three-album deal she signed with music giant Universal.
It is the first time the lead track from one of her albums has not gone into the top ten since her debut single in 1982. And most new songs have made it into the top three.
Tickets for Madonna's Hyde Park show this summer - part of an international tour - went on sale last Friday and have still to sell out.