Madonna did a Facebook interview with Jimmy Fallon over the weekend in which she instructed Fallon how to dance.
Watch it, AFTER THE JUMP...
She was also asked what her three priorities would be if she were made President:
Firstly, President Madge would start by increasing the pay of school teachers. "When I am president, I will first of all take all the money spent on defence and put it into education, so that schoolteachers get paid more money. It's scandalous how low their pay is."
Taking a cue from all politicians she then turned her attention to her own core constituency with her second manifesto pledge. "Gay marriage would be legal everywhere and accepted." A big cheer from the 17,000 or so people who had watched the little-heralded interview, the only one to promote her new album MDNA apparently.
And finally, she condemned censorship. "There would be no restrictions whatsoever on any of my videos, ever." The comments follow the decision to ban the video of one of the album's songs, Girls Gone Wild, from open view on YouTube for being too "raunchy". As such it won't be available to view by anyone under 18.
Meanwhile, Deadmau5 ripped Madonna following her appearance at the Ultra Music Festival over the weekend during which she refenced "Molly", the street name for Ecstasy.
"Very classy there madonna. "HUR DUR HAS ANYONE SEEN MOLLY???" such a great message for the young music lovers at ultra," he posted on Facebook early Monday morning. "quite the f'n philanthropist. but hey, at least yer HIP AND TRENDY! fucking cant smack my head hard enough right now."
Watch Madonna's Facebook interview with Jimmy Fallon, AFTER THE JUMP...