If Madonna week on the Ellen DeGeneres Show has to come to an end, then it should certainly go out with a bang.
Fortunately, it is! Ellen DeGeneres and Madonna are rounding out their week together Friday with a phenomenal rendition of the pop queen's hit song "Dress You Up." But it's not your average performance. The Finding Nemo star is bringing back her bathroom concert series, which has previously included stars such as Katy Perry and Pink!
Wearing matching robes with embroidered initials, Madonna and Ellen take on "Dress You Up" but add some very colorful commentary in between the lyrics. When Madonna sings the line, "All your suits are custom made in London," Ellen casually adds in a hilarious truth bomb, "No they're not."
The commentaries continue from both parties throughout the song, but their bathtub performance takes a turn when the Rebel Heart singer seductively removes her robe! No, she wasn't naked, but she was wearing a cute LBD with hearts on it—perhaps an homage to her latest album?
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The costume changes don't end there. Ellen grabs a pair of seriously oversize gold sunglasses to wear and also gives Madonna a leopard cowboy hat! These two definitely have some style! Their performance reaches its peak when the talk show host pulls out a whip of sorts, only to start lightly hitting the pop star with it!
"I was waiting for this," Madonna jokes. We didn't know that the bathroom concert series would turn into Fifty Shades of Grey LOL!
We can't be surprised by Madonna's overt sexual dance moves because she revealed earlier this week some pretty racy facts while playing "Never Have I Ever" with Justin Bieber and Ellen! If you're wondering, all three have had phone sex. Other questions included who's fooled around in a bathroom during a party, who's dated someone and their sibling at the same time and even who's forgotten the name of the person they're fooling around with?
The host and her two guests definitely got candid, and it even ended with Madonna flirting with the 21-year-old singer! Anything goes on Ellen.