Madonna wants someone to 'take care' of her
Madonna asked for someone to "take care" of her on stage in Australia last night (12.03.16).
The 57-year-old singer shocked fans at the Rod Laver in Melbourne when she swigged tequila and made a raunchy plea for sex.
She reportedly said: "Someone please f**k me. Somebody take care of me, please. Who is going to take care of me?"
However, the 'Hung Up' hitmaker insisted she was just joking with the audience, laughing: "I'm just kidding. I don't have to ask for that."
She then quipped a crew member was looking on in horror and thinking: "Don't reveal your private life to everybody."
Elsewhere during the show, Madonna - who is embroiled in a custody battle with ex-husband Guy Ritchie over their son Rocco, 15 - admitted she had learned to appreciate the power of laughter.
She said: "If I have learnt one thing in my life, it's just go with it. If you just laugh it doesn't hurt as much."
And the 'Like a Virgin' singer proved she can laugh at herself by coming out on stage at one point in a wig and bright colours to perform a version of 'Send In The Clowns', during which she rode on a tiny tricycle, which she eventually fell off.
She admitted she had "messed up" some of her songs, and added: "You would think it was in my DNA!
"It's all going pear-shaped up here."
Last week, Madonna wept as she dedicated her track 'Intervention' to Rocco.
Speaking to the audience before she began singing the heartfelt song - during which photos of the teenager were projected onto the big screen - she said: "Everybody knows the saga of me and my son Rocco. It's not a fun story to tell or think about.
"I probably could have enjoyed myself a little bit more on this tour if he hadn't disappeared so suddenly and also if I knew when I would see him again."