Madonna's at it again. The video for the pop diva's latest single, "What It Feels Like for a Girl," will debut tonight at 11:30 pm/ET simultaneously on MTV and VH1. But due to the video's violent content, that's the only time the sister networks will air it. Directed by Madonna's husband, Guy Ritchie, the video features an angry woman on a crime spree. Madonna's spokesperson, Liz Rosenberg, told The Associated Press that "there are many other possibilities that we can explore, but our first choice has always been for VH1 and MTV to play this video, and more than once." A network rep says that the video will be broadcast following a special news segment so that it "can be seen with proper context." In 1990, MTV refused to air Madonna's "Justify My Love" video because of its sexual content.