■ Madonna's name was out of the headlines for an entire day, but she took care of that. During her Rebel Heart concert in Brisbane Thursday evening, Madonna invited a pretty brunette woman to join her on stage for one of the songs, but afterward took things too far when she pulled the woman's top down in front of thousands of concert-goers.
Madonna said, "she's the kind of girl that you just want to slap on the ass and pull...,' before exposing the woman's breast. "Oh s**t," she responded after acting before thinking. "Oh sorry, sexual harassment."
The Material Girl tried to make amends, offering the woman to return the favor. "You can do the same to me if you like... you want to make my hole big again?' she continued, pointing towards her vagina.
TMZ is reporting Madonna's incident is illegal in Australia – "indecent assault" – touching someone inappropriately without their consent.
We love Madonna, but this one is tough to defend. Maybe it was all too much? Watch below:
■ Grimes was unexplainably electrocuted at her show in Dublin on Tuesday. She told fans via Instagram:
Hey! just wanna apologize to the Olympia theatre that I originally thought they were responsible for the electrical issues at last nights show. We've triple checked everything and haven't yet discovered what the issue was. The Irish promoters were nothing but lovely and I don't want them to take the blame for something that was most likely on our end. I also want to reiterate that everyone on my team and especially my audio guys did everything they could without stopping the show, but it was some kind of an issue w the vocal channel so even whilst bypassing the pedal I was getting gunshots through the vocal channel into my monitors. Perhaps it was an angry ghost.
Anyway this probably doesn't make any sense to non-musicians, but w regards to the inside baseball I just wanted to say something so no one loses their job or gets in trouble for an issue that, as far as I can tell, was outside of everyone's control. Anyhow haha, apologies for the long and insane post, about to get on a 12 hour flight so hopefully this won't cause further press drama. 🙂 and thanks again to the Irish fans!!!! I cannot reiterate how grateful I am to y'all for letting us trouble shoot between songs and for singing me happy bday and being all around jovial. Xxxxx
15/03/16 I saw Grimes ? @actuallygrimes and @hanatruly were absolutely amazing. Grimes I'm so sorry you got electrocuted so many times ? but you really did make my life love love love ?✨???? #Dublin #grimes #claireboucher #hana #hanatruly #video #bestnight #ofmylife @jake_mercer #inspirationalwomen #dedicated
■ Kanye West announced a pop up shop taking place March 18-20 in NYC.
"PABLO POP-UP SHOP MARCH 18-20 FRI 4-8 PM SAT SUN 12-8 PM AT 83 WOOSTER IN NYC," he posted.
PABLO POP-UP SHOP MARCH 18-20 FRI 4-8 PM SAT SUN 12-8 PM AT 83 WOOSTER IN NYC pic.twitter.com/j1t9Ng5JkO
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) March 17, 2016
■ P!nk is back on Instagram. At the time of posting, she only had 21K followers and one photo:
■ Jedward - "Good Vibes:"
■ 21-year-old felon Brian Earl Taylor sang an apology to Washtenaw County Trial Court Judge Darlene O'Brien during his sentencing on March 10, and it sounds like his plea was inspired by Adele's "Sorry." Pretty terrible, but sincere.
■ Rae Sremmurd - “By Chance” music video:
■ Little Mix cover Notion magazine: