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Madonna wants someone to 'take care' of her

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."