Madonna's controversial video for "What It Feels Like For A Girl" will be shown in its entirety several times on the Oxygen TV network beginning tomorrow (March 23), Billboard Bulletin reports. MTV an

Madonna's controversial video for "What It Feels Like For A Girl" will be shown in its entirety several times on the Oxygen TV network beginning tomorrow (March 23), Billboard Bulletin reports. MTV and VH1 -- which had exclusive U.S. rights to premiere the video, according to Madonna's label, Warner Bros. Records -- declined to add it to their playlists, citing its violent content.

However, both networks last night premiered the clip in a one-time airing during late-night news segments. The video, directed by Madonna's husband, Guy Ritchie, shows the artist on a crime spree that includes armed robbery, a hit-and-run car assault, and arson.

Oxygen will air the clip as part of its "Daily Remix" music series. "What It Feels Like For A Girl" is available online at AOL; MuchMusic in Canada is also airing it.

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