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Madonna is "Living for Love," all right.

Last month, she revealed to Us Weekly, "The lifelong ambition I still want to fulfill is to go on a dream date with Drake—and only kiss him." The 56-year-old pop singer turned her fantasy into a reality when she made a cameo during the 28-year-old rapper's Coachella set Sunday and they swapped spit onstage.

It started out innocently enough. Drake introduced his special surprise guest by performing "Madonna," a track off his latest album, If You're Reading This It's Too Late. That was Madonna's cue to make her big entrance, of course. She wore a gold grill and black tee emblazoned with "Big as Madonna," a line from Drake's song, on her chest. Madonna performed two of her hits, "Human Nature" and "Hung Up."

That's when Madonna went in for the kill.

Madonna, Drake, Kiss

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With Drake sitting in a chair, Madonna hovered over him and stuck her tongue down his throat. He rolled with it as she caressed his chest, but when he tried to play with her hair, she pushed his hand away. Cameras caught Drake wiping his mouth and telling the crowd, "Oh, s--t! What the f--k just happened?"

Madonna then shouted, "I'm Madonna, bitch!" and left the stage.

The Drake kiss put Madonna's MTV VMAs kisses with Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera to shame!

The "Ghosttown" singer made sure to share the makeout moment with her Instagram followers. "No caption necessary ..........@coachella. #bestnight #bigasmadonna #bitchimmadonna," Madonna wrote. She also Instagrammed Drake's reaction, writing, "Dont touch the hair! Lol," but later deleted the photo.

Drake was more into it Monday, Instagramming, "Moments to write home about."

Madonna, Drake, Kiss

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It's no secret that Madonna is into younger men.

"Most men my age are married with children. They're not datable. I'm a very adventurous person and I also have a crazy life. I'm a single mother. I have four children. I mean, you have to be pretty open-minded and adventurous to want to step into my world," she told The New York Daily News. "People who are older, and more set in their ways, are probably not as adventurous as someone younger."