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Madonna Spills Juicy Details About Her Love Life to James Corden (After Throwing Shade at His Outfit)

The Queen of Pop made a few confessions to the Late Late Show host while riding in his car. 

Bitch, she's Madonna, and she just owned "Carpool Karaoke." Would you expect anything less from the Queen of Pop? We didn't think so. Madge sat shotgun as James Corden drove her around NYC for his famed Late Late Show segment Wednesday. Dressed in black and gold, the pop icon sang, vogued, twerked, and confessed with the late-night host, who served as her chauffeur.

In true Madonna style, she didn't hold back. She shared that she's "very predictable" when she's not on stage and that she's actually a "square." (If she says so...) However, her next admission regarding her old pal, Michael Jackson, was a little saucier. "So you want me to kiss and tell then, don't you? Of course [we kissed]! Of course! I mean baby I've been around, tongue and mouth kissing," she said. "Well I haven't had the chance to talk about it, no one ever asks me. Well I did [make the move], if you want to know the truth, because he's a little bit shy. However he is a willing accomplice. I did get him to loosen up with a glass of chardonnay, and it worked wonders."

As for these days, this is what Madonna's looking for in a special guy. "Wow, let's just shift gears. A type? You have to have a sense of humor and understand my sense of humor otherwise we are dead in the water... I think the best thing in the world is to be married to someone funny," she shared, before sharing that she think James' wife is lucky because she's married to a funny dude. But she noted this about his attire: "All that's missing is a good dress sense." (God bless, Madonna!)

Check out the full segment below, and definitely stay for the soundtrack which included "Vogue," "Papa Don't Preach," "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" (a capella!), "Express Yourself," "Ray of Light," "Music," and "Bitch I'm Madonna."

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