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23 March 2012, 15:35 | Updated: 23 March 2012, 16:32
The 'Music' singer says she still worries about how people will receive her new music.
Madonna says she has "a lot of nerves" ahead of launching her twelfth studio album 'MDNA' next week.
The 'Give Me All Your Luvin' singer is preparing to released her latest record on Monday (26th March), but admits that, despite being in the industry for almost three decades, she still gets nervous about people's reaction.
"I don't think presenting any of my work is less nerve-racking that it ever was because I put my heart and soul into something," Madonna told Something For The Weekend. "Whether it's on a film or my record, it's something to work on in privacy and create in a kind of bubble and then put it out in the world. You never know how people are going to receive it, whether it's going to move them or inspire then."
Madonna admitted that, despite enjoying her work on her 2011 film W.E., she was happy to return to music this year.
"It's very different," she explained. "I love doing both but it was nice to have the simplicity of song-writing, after three years of writing a script and directing and editing and talking about my film, to sit down and play my guitar and sing a song. I almost cried.
Earlier this week (21st March) Madonna unveiled the music video for her next single release 'Girl Gone Wild'.
Madonna's brand new album 'MDNA' will be official released on Monday 26th March.