It's Madonna’s world, and we are just living in it.
The 63-year old musician visited The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night. She surprised Jimmy Fallon by crawling across his desk to try and disturb the peace.
Madonna, who was appearing on the show to promote Madame X's Paramount+ tour documentary, was asked what she wanted viewers to take away from the project. She replied that art is important in every aspect of our lives. It's something I think people don't emphasize enough.
Madonna explained to Fallon, 47 that she was "really inspired" by James Baldwin, the writer. "... Madonna said that James Baldwin was a huge source of inspiration and one of the things she cites in the show is that artists come to disturb the peace.
"And so, I hope that you have disturbed not just your peace this afternoon, but also the peace of people who are watching the show. But I mean it in the best way," Fallon's "Like a Prayer” singer said.
Fallon complimented Madonna for her perspective, saying that she often finds herself in "good trouble." The singer then smiled before stretching across the desk of the father-of-two.
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Fallon placed his suit jacket over the lower half of the pop icon's chest, and she then stood up from her desk to tell the late-night host that "No one's going to see anything." My God!
Madonna returned to her seat and then flashed a quick glance at her derriere. This caused the studio audience to erupt in cheers.
Madonna spoke with Fallon during her guest appearance on The Tonight Show about her career as an actress, and the roles she has had to turn down in film over the years.
Madonna noted that she had passed on the role of The Matrix and said that, "Can't you believe it?" It's one of the greatest movies ever made."
The superstar said, "A tiny part of me regrets that one moment in life."
Madonna confirmed that she also missed playing Catwoman in Batman Returns as well as a prominent role in Showgirls. She regrets the latter.
The Grammy-winner admitted that she saw both of them and regretted turning down Catwoman. "Showgirls?" No.