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The 'Vogue' singer encourages her fans to donate to Hurricane Sandy relief by showing off her naked butt and saying, 'If you are going to look at the crack of my ass, you better raise some cash.'
The pop legend, who once called GaGa 'reductive,' reveals that she was rejected by the Mother Monster when asking her to do a performance together.
The Material Girl is also asked to share her opinion about other female artists like Pink, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Nicki Minaj and Lady GaGa.
Some of her New Orleans audience were not pleased with her endorsement for the current U.S. president and walked out.
During her visit to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', Madge raises money for breast cancer research by getting her son, Rocco, wet in a dunk tank.
Defending the controversial act, Madge's press agent says that omitting guns from 'Gang Bang' performance is like 'taking out the third act of 'Hamlet'.'
Singing 'Human Nature', the singer had a serious talk with her audience about 14-year-old girl Malala Yousafzai who was shot point blank by Taliban.
The 'Girl Gone Wild' says she's being ironic when she called Mr. President 'a black Muslim in the White House.'
Voicing her support for the African American leader, the singer encouraged her concert audience to vote for him again in the upcoming election.
The Material Girl dedicates her song 'Masterpiece' to the Mother Monster during a concert in Atlantic City, sarcastically saying, 'I do love her. Imitation is the highest form of flattery.'
Maddy wants to spend more time with her children, saying, 'I really feel that I would be an irresponsible parent if I didn't stop my tour.'
Madge dedicates her performance of 'Masterpiece' to the British singer who once called her 'fairground stripper,' claiming, 'I know he's a big fan of it.'
Nine Russian activists claimed they were offended by her public campaign to support gay rights during her August 9 concert.
Florence and the Machine and Jason Segel are also set to compete against Madge, Blige and O'Connor in grabbing the coveted Best Original Song prize.
During her concert in St. Petersburg, Madge urges her devotees to support the LGBT community, asking them, 'If you're with me, I want to see your pink arm bands!'