Madonna’s latest set of dance floor jams MDNA was released yesterday, and to celebrate/promote the arrival of her 12th studio album, the “Girl Gone Wild” singer signed in to Twitter using the handle @MadonnaMDNAday and answered questions from fans for several hours. Of course, some of those fans happened to be celebrities themselves. When Ellen DeGeneres wrote that she didn’t know how Madge keeps doing it, the Material Girl tweeted back, “I have strong role models like you to look up to.” Head below to catch her exchanges with fellow musicians Deadmau5 and Justin Bieber.
Over the weekend, Madonna made a surprise appearance at the Ultra Music Festival, where she introduced Avicii, and asked festival-goers, “How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?” In return, Deadmau5 took to his Facebook wall to air his grievances with the Material Girl.
“Seriously, i giveth not a fucking single FUCK for slating on madonna for reaching an entirely NEW level of idiocy… i can appriciate her meteoric career, and all good deeds done, but WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT?” the DJ wrote. “That’s your big contribution to EDM? Thats your big message to ultra attendies? hipsterspeak for looking for drugs? fuck off you fucking IDIOT. fuck.”
Madonna took last night’s Twitter session as an opportunity to offer an olive branch to Deadmau5 via the comical image below.
In response, Deadmau5 tweeted, “fair enough, i was just voicing my concerns as i usually do. +1 respect for clearing it up personally.” He later added, “well there you have it kids. i’ve said what i needed to say, which ill still stand by, and so did she. life goes on. no more talk of that.”
On a much more drama-free note, Madge also reached out to Justin Bieber, whose new song “Boyfriend” dropped yesterday, by tweeting, “Come and join me on stage when I’m on tour when we are in the same city and congrats on your new single.”
When asked by a fan what she thinks of Bieber, Madonna wrote, “he’s awesome. I’m a huge fan. I love it when he raps.” In response, Justin tweeted, “seeing that is a huge honor. Yours is a career artists dream of. Congrats on the new album!”
Meanwhile, in the midst of responding to fans, Madge reiterated her desire to have a certain Kill Bill filmmaker lens a music video for on of her MDNA tracks: “Someone please tell Quentin Tarantino I want him to direct a video for ‘Gang Bang’.”
Well, who knows when Madonna will get on Twitter again? One thing’s for sure, though — if this session was any indication, when she does, it’s bound to be a party.