Madonna may work with Disclosure

Madonna could be set to work with Disclosure.

The 'Hung Up' hitmaker has become friendly with the British dance duo, brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence, after also teaming up with Diplo and Avicci.

Madonna posted a photograph of her on her Instagram account of the three of them, with the caption: "Getting lit! Full Disclosure........... #dancing #fun #life (sic)," following their recent show at the Governors Ball festival in New York at the weekend.

She also posted two shots of her at the side of the stage and wrote next to one of them: "Doing a little. Security work on the side for Disclosure......shure is Hawt in here! (sic)"

Madonna followed the caption by writing: "Been promoted to head of security for Disclosure! #hawt #talent #surrey (sic)"

The 55-year-old star has already revealed she has been teaming up with Diplo to record her 13th studio album, who she claims has been working her like "a slave driver".

She posted a photograph of herself looking tired after a long session working on new ideas and wrote: "Diplo is a slave driver! Got me working all hours of the night in the studio. Had to sneak into the bathroom! #clicclacclicclacbitchgetoffmyback (sic)"

Diplo, who has had success with his electronic music project Major Lazer, has previously worked with the likes of Beyonce, Rita Ora, Tinie Tempah and Justin Bieber and is known for his reggae-inspired music.

Meanwhile, Madonna has also been in the studio with dance music star Avicii, who produced Coldplay's new single 'A Sky Full Of Stars' and she's set to release new material in coming months.

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