"I think I'd rather get run over by a train," Madonna said Wednesday on Late Show With David Letterman when asked her if she'd ever marry again.
That was music star's eighth appearance on Late Show With David Letterman. Madonna discussed her changing personality and marital status.
"Now I'm married, you're not married. Go figure," the host joked, while his guest called her eight years married to director Guy Ritchie "the Bush years."
"It was a good time to be out of America," she said, People Magazine reports.
It was also reported, after Madonna’s revelation that she has never tried perhaps one of New York’s trademark foods, Letterman escorted her to a nearby pizzeria, where flashbulbs and video cameras captured the historic meeting of Madonna, cheese, bread and sauce.
Madonna made an usual entrance into the Ed Sullivan Theatre — she was carried out on the sticks of the New York Rangers — which set the tone for one of the most light-hearted interviews the star has ever had on the Letterman couch. Dave helped bring out her rarely seen funny side, something fans have glimpsed during her Rock Hall acceptance speech and the “Beautiful Stranger” video.
Talking about her eight-year marriage to director Guy Ritchie, Madonna said the union and the move to London strategically corresponded with “the Bush Years.” Madonna also, surprisingly, fielded questions about her relationship with New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez, and admitted to smoking a joint backstage before her infamous, expletive-heavy Letterman interview back in 1994 (watch it below). “I didn’t inhale,” Madonna joked, Rolling Stone reports.
News agencies also report, the appearance was not without other dramatic highlights, including Madge's entrance to the theater that involved her being carried by half the New York Rangers hockey team. And then, of course, she playfully admits that this was her first time riding hockey players.
She also fesses up to never having tasted New York style pizza, so he takes her down the street for a slice.
But she doesn't eat cheese, so her slice was topped with basil and olives. Sounds delicious, but kind of defeats the purpose, no? E! Online reports.
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