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Madonna, 63, flashes her bottom and gyrates on Jimmy Fallon’s desk on the Tonight Show


Madonna left The Tonight Show viewers cringing as she flashed her bottom and gyrated on Jimmy Fallon‘s desk during a ‘trainwreck’ interview on Thursday. 

The singer, 63, appeared on the show to plug her Madame X documentary, but left the host astounded when she soon rose from her seat and slid herself across his desk. 

The bizarre segment began when Jimmy asked Madonna what she hoped viewers would get from her film, to which she responded: ‘Art is important in our lives. I don’t think people emphasize that enough. I’m really inspired by James Baldwin, the writer.’ 

Cringe: Madonna left The Tonight Show viewers cringing during Thursday’s episodes as she flashed her bottom and gryrated on Jimmy Fallon ‘s desk during a ‘trainwreck’ interview

Wow: The singer, 63, appeared on the show to plug her Madame X documentary, and left the host astounded when she soon rose from her seat

Wow: The singer, 63, appeared on the show to plug her Madame X documentary, and left the host astounded when she soon rose from her seat

Madonna continued: ‘He was a great source of inspiration for the show, and one of the things I quote over and over again in the show is that artists are here to disturb the peace.

‘And so I hope that I have disturbed not only your peace this afternoon but people’s peace while they watch the show. But I mean that in the best way.’ 

As Jimmy said, ‘Oh, yeah, you get in good trouble,’ Madonna suddenly rose from her seat and sprawled herself across the host’s desk.

In a bid to protect the singer’s modesty, Jimmy leapt up screaming ‘No! Madonna! Stop it! I don’t know what to do. Stop it right now,’ before removing his jacket and placing it across Madonna’s legs. 

The cheeky singer then quipped, ‘No one’s gonna see anything, my god!’ before turning round and hitching up her dress to flash her underwear to the audience. 

Causing a disturbance: after announcing that one of her favourite quotes is 'artists are here to disturb the peace', the singer jumped up on Jimmy's desk

Causing a disturbance: after announcing that one of her favourite quotes is ‘artists are here to disturb the peace’, the singer jumped up on Jimmy’s desk 

Oops: In a bid to protect her modesty, Jimmy leapt up screaming 'No! Madonna! Stop it! I don't know what to do. Stop it right now,' before removing his jacket and placing it across Madonna

Oops: In a bid to protect her modesty, Jimmy leapt up screaming ‘No! Madonna! Stop it! I don’t know what to do. Stop it right now,’ before removing his jacket and placing it across Madonna

Loving life: Despite Jimmy's horror, Madonna seemed in great spirits as she kicked her legs up and laughed

Loving life: Despite Jimmy’s horror, Madonna seemed in great spirits as she kicked her legs up and laughed 

As the crowds gasped and cheered, Madonna strutted back to her seat and said: ‘Life is not just about interviewing kitties. Don’t you want to talk to an adult? Let’s have some adult conversation.’ 

As Jimmy asked if Madonna was ‘talking to an adult right now’, she responded: ‘I’m not sure… I feel like you’re in some kind of conflict right now. Have you been to a therapist?’ 

Discussing her own experiences with therapy, Madonna continued: ‘I write… it’s a form of therapy… And I also hope that I have good friends… I talk my s**t out with people. That’s a kind of therapy, don’t you think?’ 

Later, when the conversation turned to smoking, Jimmy asked Madonna if she vapes, to which she joked: ‘I like opiates!’

Cheeky! The cheeky singer then quipped, 'No one's gonna see anything, my god!' before turning round and hitching up her dress to flash her underwear to the audience

Naughty! The singer left little to the imagination

Cheeky! The cheeky singer then quipped, ‘No one’s gonna see anything, my god!’ before turning round and hitching up her dress to flash her underwear to the audience

Outrageous: Taking to Twitter after the show, shocked viewers described the exchange as a 'trainwreck'

Outrageous: Taking to Twitter after the show, shocked viewers described the exchange as a ‘trainwreck’ 

Taking to Twitter after the show, viewers penned: ‘That Madonna interview on Jimmy Fallon was next level cringe. Like… she’s sitting there in her old 80s black lace, wearing grillz, and talking about her new material is inspired by James Baldwin? And that’s even before she humps Fallon’s desk.’;  

‘madonna was such a trainwreck on fallon. how crazy 35 years later spiccoli would be the better person.’; ‘Madonna doing Madonna things on Jimmy Fallon’s desk lol

‘madonna was on fallon an hour or so ago. she was looking ridiculous and acting even weirder.’; ‘Madonna on Jimmy Fallon – uck. People can do what they want, but uck.

‘I was an audience member at the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon today and his guest was Madonna. I’ll say, she is the definition of entertaining.’   

Revelation: Elsewhere in the show, Madonna shared that one of the biggest regrets of her career was turning down a role in the iconic sci-fi film The Matrix

Revelation: Elsewhere in the show, Madonna shared that one of the biggest regrets of her career was turning down a role in the iconic sci-fi film The Matrix

Elsewhere in the show, Madonna shared that one of the biggest regrets of her career was turning down a role in the iconic sci-fi film The Matrix.  

After kickstarting her Hollywood acting career with Desperately Seeking Susan in 1985, Madonna told Jimmy that she had been offered some of Hollywood’s biggest parts.

The star admitted she had rejected the chance to play Catwoman, with the ‘fierce’ role later being offered to Michelle Pfeiffer instead.

While Madonna added that she didn’t regret turning down a part in the erotic drama Showgirls, she confessed that will forever doubt her decision to turn down a part in The Matrix.

Truth: The Queen Of Pop didn't specify which part she'd been offered in the 1999 film, but the lead role of Trinity was eventually played by Carrie Ann Moss (pictured)

Truth: The Queen Of Pop didn’t specify which part she’d been offered in the 1999 film, but the lead role of Trinity was eventually played by Carrie Ann Moss (pictured)

Candid: After kickstarting her Hollywood acting career with Desperately Seeking Susan in 1985, Madonna told Jimmy that she had been offered some of Hollywood's biggest parts

Candid: After kickstarting her Hollywood acting career with Desperately Seeking Susan in 1985, Madonna told Jimmy that she had been offered some of Hollywood’s biggest parts

Revelation: The star admitted she had rejected the chance to play Catwoman, with the 'fierce' role later being offered to Michelle Pfeiffer instead

Revelation: The star admitted she had rejected the chance to play Catwoman, with the ‘fierce’ role later being offered to Michelle Pfeiffer instead

She said: ‘I also turned down the role in The Matrix. Can you believe that? I wanted to kill myself.’

Madonna didn’t specify which part she turned down, but the lead role of Trinity was eventually given to Carrie Ann Moss.

The film went onto become one of the must successful trilogies in film history, grossing $1.3 billion, and a fourth installment is scheduled for release in December. 

She added: ‘That’s like one of the best movies ever made. A teeny-tiny part of me regrets just that one moment in my life.’

During her talk show appearance, Madonna also confirmed she was penning a movie about her lengthy and illustrious career. 

No thanks! The star said she didn't regret turning down a role in the erotic drama Showgirls

No thanks! The star said she didn’t regret turning down a role in the erotic drama Showgirls

Shocking: She said: 'I also turned down the role in The Matrix. Can you believe that? I wanted to kill myself'

Shocking: She said: ‘I also turned down the role in The Matrix. Can you believe that? I wanted to kill myself’

Bad idea: She added: 'That's like one of the best movies ever made. A teeny-tiny part of me regrets just that one moment in my life'

Bad idea: She added: ‘That’s like one of the best movies ever made. A teeny-tiny part of me regrets just that one moment in my life’

Playful: During the show Madonna also took part in the amusing Kid Theatre segment, which saw her recite scenes written by children based on movie titles

Playful: During the show Madonna also took part in the amusing Kid Theatre segment, which saw her recite scenes written by children based on movie titles

It came hours after Madonna finally announced the release of her Madame X documentary, marking the event with a series of jaw-dropping Instagram snaps.

The hitmaker told her fans that the special was finally available to view on Paramount Plus in the US by joking that her racy alter-ego was ‘giving birth today’, to the show.

Decked out in an all-black ensemble of  leather, lace and fishnets, the Queen Of Pop penned the caption: ‘Madame X is giving birth today. ……………. Help her push………….. #madamex streaming on @paramountplus.’

Debut: It came hours after Madonna finally announced the release of her Madame X documentary, marking the event with a series of jaw-dropping Instagram snaps

Debut: It came hours after Madonna finally announced the release of her Madame X documentary, marking the event with a series of jaw-dropping Instagram snaps

In the first photo, Madonna could be seen reclining on a bed lying forward, with her sexy look offering a glimpse of her ample cleavage. 

The only part of the ensemble that was visible was her long black gloves, a crucifix necklace, and her long dyed blonde tresses flowing down onto the bed’s white sheets.

She shared a nearly identical photo of her in the bed, only her hair was slightly less disheveled. 

The post also included a couple of black-and-white snaps of her dressed in a black leather skirt and bustier.

Lady in black: The hitmaker told her fans that the special was finally available to view on Paramount Plus in the US by joking that her racy alter-ego was 'giving birth today'

Lady in black: The hitmaker told her fans that the special was finally available to view on Paramount Plus in the US by joking that her racy alter-ego was ‘giving birth today’ 

Edgy: Decked out in an all-black ensemble of leather, lace and fishnets, the Queen Of Pop penned the caption: 'Madame X is giving birth today. ……………. Help her push'

Edgy: Decked out in an all-black ensemble of leather, lace and fishnets, the Queen Of Pop penned the caption: ‘Madame X is giving birth today. ……………. Help her push’

Making a statement: The Material Girl also scribbled 'giving birth' across a photo of herself sitting on top of a bathroom sink decked out in a skirt and bustier combo

Making a statement: The Material Girl also scribbled ‘giving birth’ across a photo of herself sitting on top of a bathroom sink decked out in a skirt and bustier combo

She would also scribble ‘giving birth’ across a photo of herself sitting on top of a bathroom sink decked out in a skirt and bustier combo.  

The fashionista switched gloves and opted for a black lace glove on her right hand and a red one on the left.

The black and red combination has been a common theme in her fashion choices and promotional writings and posts since she dropped the Madame X studio album in June 2019. 

In fact, she also posted a photo of two feet coming together that were dressed in red tights with black heels and fishnet stockings.

There’s also an image of a pair of red and black heels that are reflecting in front of a mirror and an X written across the entire photo.

Well-heeled: The black and red combination has been a common theme in her fashion choices and promotional writings since she dropped her Madame X studio album in June 2019

Well-heeled: The black and red combination has been a common theme in her fashion choices and promotional writings since she dropped her Madame X studio album in June 2019

Artist at work: In keeping with the running theme of Madame X, the thought-proving artist also shared red and black heels in front of a mirror

Artist at work: In keeping with the running theme of Madame X, the thought-proving artist also shared red and black heels in front of a mirror

Premiere: The Madame X doc made its UK television debut on MTV UK Thursday night

Premiere: The Madame X doc made its UK television debut on MTV UK Thursday night

On the promo trail: Madonna has been hard at work plugging her new documentary with various TV appearances and social media posts

On the promo trail: Madonna has been hard at work plugging her new documentary with various TV appearances and social media posts 

The Michigan native also took to Instagram to promote her appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, as well as Friday’s ‘living room session special performance.’

The Madame X documentary made its UK television debut on MTV in the UK Thursday night, October 7, and then dropped on Paramount+ the following day.

Using her personal videographer Ricardo Gomes to shoot during her Madame X Tour in 2019-2020, the film chronicles Madonna’s 75-date trek both on stage and in behind-the-scenes moments. 

It also includes the times when she battled through hip and knee injuries that ultimately forced her to cancel several shows in the US, UK and Portugal, according to MTV.   

The tour would also ultimately be cut short by the then growing COVID-19 crisis that would be deemed a pandemic in mid-March 2020.           

Premiere: The Madame X documentary drops on Paramount+ on Friday, October 8

Premiere: The Madame X documentary drops on Paramount+ on Friday, October 8

On her heels: Madonna used her personal videographer Ricardo Gomes to shoot during her Madame X Tour in 2019 and 2020 for the documentary

On her heels: Madonna used her personal videographer Ricardo Gomes to shoot during her Madame X Tour in 2019 and 2020 for the documentary

Open book: The film chronicles Madonna's 75-date trek both on stage and in behind-the-scenes moments, including the times when she battled through hip and knee injuries

Open book: The film chronicles Madonna’s 75-date trek both on stage and in behind-the-scenes moments, including the times when she battled through hip and knee injuries



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