Madonna has 'got so many tales to tell' in memoir
Madonna is thinking about writing her autobiography.
The 56-year-old singer admits she has "got so many tales to tell" and will probably share them in a book "one day" in the future.
Asked if she will ever write a memoir, she said: "I'm sure I will one day. I've got so many tales to tell."
While the star has written personal songs in the past, she says they are "just one slice of my life."
She added: "If I wrote my book that would be from start to finish. And that's a whole lot of ground to cover.
"I think I would tell the stories that I felt were valuable to tell, that were inspiring, that people could relate to. I'm a storyteller, that's what I think of myself as, I would share stories that I think would inspire people."
Meanwhile, the singer, who tumbled off the stage while closing the BRIT Awards in London's O2 Arena last month, insists she hasn't watched video footage of the incident.
The 'Living for Love' hitmaker said: "I haven't watched it back, I don't like watching me on anything. I hate watching myself because the experience of the actual thing that I did is never what I see. I'd rather have the fantasy of it in my mind, what I thought it was."
The star was pulled off stage by her dancers when her cape got stuck around her neck, but isn't holding a grudge.
She told BBC Radio 2: "They (the dancers) did what they were so supposed to do but the cape had not been untied from around my neck.
"Although it looked like I fell hard at the end of the day I didn't actually hurt myself which is kind of a miracle."