Madonna grabbed the bull by the horns -- literally -- at the 2015 Grammy Awards tonight (Feb. 8) in Los Angeles.

Her performance of new single 'Living for Love' looked as if it could have been an outtake from its just-released official video: all reds, blacks and full of bulls. Or, rather, shirtless male dancers dressed in bull horns and silver-sequined masks.

Just minutes after Madonna mooned the red carpet, she was introduced as a "badass, trouble-making international star" by Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj. The pair's intro was pun-filled and funny, especially when Miley ended it with, "Let's all show our love and give it up for our b---- Madonna! She made me call her that," Miley quickly added before the camera cut away.

The performance of the track from her upcoming album, 'Rebel Heart,' began with a Madonna voiceover about being happy with you are and ended with the proclamation, "I want to start a revolution of love." A giant screen behind the stage projected images of the "bulls" as Madonna threw down her black cape to truly kick things off.

It was the over-the-top, well-choreographed production that one would expect from a Madonna television appearance, complete with gospel choir and a limp Madonna being raised up above her dancers to end the performance. Watch it above!

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