Madonna Teases "Bitch I'm Madonna" Video & She's Already Promising A Ton Of "Surprise Guests"

Just call it pulling a "Taylor Swift": In a new tweet, Madonna teased the music video for "Bitch I'm Madonna," which is set to be released soon — and, in the process, she promised that it'll include "many surprise guests!" While she hasn't revealed the list of guests who'll appear, when it comes to Madonna, anything is possible — which means the video for the next Rebel Heart single could be jam-packed with guest appearances from anyone and everyone in Hollywood.

Madonna has already released videos for her two Rebel Heart singles, the cinematic "Ghosttown" and the bullfight-inspired "Living for Love." The upcoming single, "Bitch I'm Madonna," is just as infectious as the others — and classic Madonna. It's really playful, and it features well chosen guests Diplo and Nicki Minaj. I'm guessing that, above anyone, both the producer and the rapper will likely be in the video — but other than them, I have no idea who else could be involved. Lyrically, the song is a fairly standard party anthem, but with the built in bravado of Madonna proclaiming herself to be Madonna, and thus, the original bad bitch.

Personally, I imagine the "Bitch I'm Madonna" video as some kind of extended party sequence full of Madonna's famous friends — but, of course, Madonna has a way of surprising us all with her creativity, time and time again, so it's possible I could be way off.

Whatever the video's concept ends up being, though, here are some celebrities whom I would love to see involved in the project:

Britney Spears

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Those who make out on stage together stick together. Another Spears/Madonna collaboration would be FIERCE.

Björk

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Like Spears and Madonna, Björk and Madonna have collaborated before: Previously, they worked on "Bedtime Stories" today. It would be great to also see them put their amazingly creative minds together again.

Gwyneth Paltrow

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They are good friends, of course — and Paltrow is actually a pretty amazing singer.

Miley Cyrus

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How badass would a Cyrus/Madonna collaboration be? At the very least, Cyrus should at least make an appearance in Madonna's video.

Cher

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Two legends, one music video? It would break the Internet and it would be WORTH IT.

Rihanna

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Rihanna considers Madonna one of her biggest influences, but it would be a great collaboration.

Kanye West

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West collaborated with Madonna on her new album, so it's only fitting he appear in at least one of her music videos.