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Rita Ora recently spoke up about a candid chat she shared with Madonna years back, before explaining how she stopped the conversation to change-up how they were standing. The Material Girl singer wanted to find “her light” while talking to Rita, before asking her to kneel with her. 

Rita Ora recently appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she revealed: “I had an amazing moment with her, very awkward but also very unbelievable.

“She really just made me find my light… and by doing that we had to kneel on the floor.”

The singer was still early in her career and explained how she was working on a clothing campaign for Madonna.

She said: “So, then she came to meet me and I loved it and I just couldn’t breathe!”

But things turned a little odd while they were talking and Madonna wanted to change things up.

Rita Ora said: “I thought it was Like A Prayer in real life that was happening to me. I mean I had to go and breathe in the bathroom.

“And then she was like: ‘This is not my light, let’s get down.’

“I thought: ‘What? What’s happening?’ And so we did [kneel].”

Most recently, Madonna opened up about a new idea she had for her upcoming Madame X tour documentary, and how it might be more at home on adult content site OnlyFans. 

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The documentary is due to feature extensive footage from Madonna’s 75-date tour which spanned from 2019 to 2020.

It will also show behind-the-scenes details about the legendary star’s life, including information about the hip and knee injuries she has suffered in recent years. These injuries prompted Madonna to cancel some tour dates while she was on the road.

Taking to Instagram once again to discuss the upcoming documentary with her fans, the 62-year-old said: “I mean if nobody wants to buy this show and we end up on a porn site, it would be good!”

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Madonna then referred to OnlyFans, a website where subscribers pay for content from their favourite adult performers and creators.

She said: “OnlyFans – do they have a format to show a whole show? All right, well that’s something to think about.

“It could make people feel a little bit uncomfortable because art is art, here to disturb the peace.”

At the moment the documentary does not have an official release date, but last month it was reported that it would be making its way to streaming giant Netflix.

A source said of Madonna’s new doc: “Madonna quite literally put blood, sweat and tears into the Madame X tour and she wants this documentary to show it off for the spectacle that it was.

“She’s never been the type to fade into the background, so viewers will definitely get to witness her dry sense of humour. She has spent weeks watching previews and helping to edit the footage at home in the US and is very hands-on with it.”

The Madame X tour film would come 30-years after her previous documentary, Madonna: Truth or Dare.

Madonna: Truth or Dare was made for $4.5 million, and made an impressive $29 million at the box office when it was released in 1991. Madonna was later nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actress for her time in the film. 

She is no stranger to being nominated for gongs, having received Grammy Awards for Best Pop Album, Best Dance Album, and a nomination for Record of the Year.


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