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Madonna, 63, flashes her butt to audience on The Tonight Show

Madonna, 63, put on a cheeky display as she spoke to The Tonight Show’s host Jimmy Fallon. The legendary pop artist crawled across Jimmy’s desk, as he attempted to cover her modesty.

She then turned away from the camera and flicked up her skirt, putting her black underwear and pert bottom on display. Madonna, who is promoting her new concert film, Madame X, then quoted author and activist James Baldwin, saying: “Artists are here to disturb the peace.”

She continued: “And so, I hope that I have disturbed not only your peace this afternoon but people’s peace while they watch the show, but I mean that in the best way.” btchplzzz tweeted: “That Madonna interview on Jimmy Fallon was next level cringe.

“Like... she's sitting there in her old 80s black lace, wearing grillz, and talking about her new material is inspired by James Baldwin?

“And that's even before she humps Fallon's desk.”

Karensummerlin5 wrote: “Was flipping channels and saw Madonna on Jimmy Fallon. I haven't seen her in a while.

“She looks like a hard, old woman in tacky youngish clothes. Poor mix. Had to keep flipping channels.

Madonna is currently promoting her Madame X documentary (Image: NBC)

“BTW Madonna your butt looked saggy. Don't flip the dress again, ok?”

Yemyselves added: “Why does Madonna have caps with bling on her two front teeth and wearing fishnet stockings at 60 with a faux British accent on Jimmy Fallon?

“It’s very unbecoming. Love many of her songs, but let it go for goodness sake.”

Hasa81 simply stated: “The Madonna / Jimmy Fallon interview was a mess tbh.”

However, some fans of the pop icon enjoyed the display and took to the social media platform to heap praise on her.

BillyESmith said: “Madonna being #Madonna is the best thing in the world…

“Jimmy on the other hand is a bore..”

Ervigarcia added that she is “truly a legendary artist".

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