Jimmy Fallon tried his best to cover 63-year-old singer’s back
She is just trying to express herself.
Madonna wreaked havoc during her appearance on “The Tonight Show” Thursday when she crawled onto host Jimmy Fallon’s table and showed off her tush to the audience.
“Material Girl” singer, 63, barred from late night show to promote Her new documentary, “Madame X,” And began the interview by saying that she wants viewers to understand that “art is important in our lives.”
Madonna quoted author James Baldwin as saying, “The artists are here to disturb the peace, and so, I hope I have not only disturbed your peace this afternoon, but also the peace of the people, but I mean That’s in the best way.”
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Fallon, 47, replied, “Oh yeah, you’re in good trouble.”
“Good trouble,” echoed Madonna, who was wearing the grille in her mouth, before Fallon moved on, “yeah, you really do.”
That’s when the Queen of Pop stepped forward and sexually assaulted the comedian’s table, pushing her coffee mug aside to show off her figure.
Fallon immediately panicked, laughed and shouted, “Stop this!” To no avail when he tried to cover Madonna with his suit jacket.
The “Vogue” songwriter eventually backtracked, but not before saying, “No one’s going to see anything, my gosh!”
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Making sure to engage in one final stunt, Madonna curled up to lift her skirt and showed off her black underwear to the studio audience.
As the Grammy winners and Fallon returned to their seats, he looked extra sullen, and he told her, “Life isn’t just about interviewing kiddies. Don’t you want to talk to an adult? ? Let’s have an adult conversation.”
When Fallon asked if she was talking to an adult, she joked, “I’m not sure.”
Madonna wasted no time taking a deep dive, telling Fallon that she felt she was in “some sort of struggle” and asking if he had gone to a therapist.
Fallon even joked about liking opioids before changing the subject to preview his new film on Friday. On Paramount+.