Madonna Playfully Names Andy Cohen Troublemaking Queen; Cohen Says, ‘It’s an honor’

Rate this post

In a moment of playful banter during her Saturday night performance at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Madonna seized the opportunity to call out television personality Andy Cohen.

Spotting Cohen in the audience, the iconic “Vogue” singer teased him from the stage, threatening consequences if he continued making unfavorable comments about her on his show.

“If you say one more bad thing about me on your show, you’re gonna get in so much trouble,” Madonna quipped, playfully dubbing Cohen a “little troublemaking queen” to the delight of the audience.

Also Read: How Long Did Olivia Wilde And Jason Sudeikis Date?

Also Read: Who Is More Famous Taylor Swift Or Travis Kelce

Also Read: Voice Actor James McCaffrey Dies At 65

Cohen, far from taking offense, responded with a mouthed “I love you” and later expressed his excitement on Instagram.

A self-proclaimed lifelong Madonna fan, Cohen shared his joy at being playfully scolded by the “Queen of Troublemaking.”

In a post accompanied by a montage of his past remarks about Madonna, including numerous “Mazel of the Day” segments, Cohen wrote, “It’s a thrill and an honor to be called a ‘troublemaking queen’ by the Queen of Troublemaking. I BOW.”

The Instagram post also featured the exchange between Madonna and Cohen during the concert, capturing the lighthearted moment that showcased their camaraderie.

Cohen, host of Watch What Happens Live, didn’t stop at expressing his gratitude; he also urged his followers to catch Madonna’s new tour, praising it for its spectacular performance.

“Also, go see the new tour. It blew me away,” Cohen gushed. “What a great night. Can’t wait to go back.”

Madonna, currently on the North American leg of her Celebration Tour, recently kicked off the tour after having to postpone it due to a bacterial infection in June.

Expressing her joy at returning home, Madonna, who adopted New York as her hometown in 1978, resonated with the Brooklyn audience on Wednesday, Dec. 13.

“It’s so great to be home … I mean that in a way that only New Yorkers know,” Madonna declared. “New Yorkers can identify with just-not-giving-a-f*** m************. We do s*** our way. New York is not for little p****** who sleep.”

The North American kickoff of Madonna’s Celebration Tour marked a triumphant return for the pop icon, captivating audiences and showcasing her indomitable spirit.

As the tour unfolds, fans can anticipate more electrifying performances and, perhaps, further interactions between Madonna and the irrepressible Andy Cohen.

Leave a Comment