Madonna has always been famous for her antics on and off stage, but her most recent attention-grabbing moment may have crossed the line.
At a concert in Istanbul, Turkey last Thursday, Madonna flashed her breast in a moment that reeked of desperation.
The New York Post reported:
She did a striptease during the number, getting down to a black lace bra.
The dance culminated with Madonna pulling down one cup of her bra, and exposing her right breast for a little more than a second.
Madonna, 53, flashed a dramatic been-there, done-that snarl on her face immediately following the flash.
“I mean it's really – she’s so desperate that she's now going over to a Muslim country and exposing her nipple,” Glenn said on radio this morning. “Unbelievable.”
“Madonna, it’s not 1983 anymore.”
She may be in great shape for her age, but Madonna is still a 53-year-old woman performing in a predominantly Muslim country that already despises American culture.
“I haven't heard what's being said. Can you imagine what's they're saying about us over there,” Glenn asked. “It's grotesque… Grandma is up there with her nipple out. Okay grandma.”
“She would probably look really good if she dressed like a normal human being,” Stu said.
“Just dress like a normal human being,” Glenn pleaded. “Don't pop your nipple out.”
“Instead she's trying to dress like an 18-year-old Britney Spears,” Stu observed. “It's not a good idea. Not good.”
It’s easy to poke fun at Madonna, but her desperation for youth and relevance kind of speaks to our culture in general.
“It's like Jane Fond,” Glenn said. “Can we stop with the stories of her and how hot sex is with her at 80? I don't want to know about it.”
Or what about that Barbara Walters tell all that came out a few years back? “That was that Barbara Walters book that came out talking about hooking up with senators and stuff. That was not pleasant,” Stu continued.
And you can’t forget Joan Rivers. “She's looking more and more like the cat lady every day, which is a good look,” Glenn joked.
“The plastic surgery,” Glenn concluded. “You got to let those things go. There are times – you know I really appreciate women who age gracefully.”
“Would you do me a favor Stu? Just unplug my microphone when I get to that point. Let me go out as Johnny Carson and not as Madonna.”