Watch Graham Norton become Madonna’s ‘bitch’ during her latest show
The TV host joined the superstar onstage for the latest leg of her tour.
Graham Norton joined Madonna onstage last night during the latest show in London.
And although he may have been onstage in front of millions last night, you wouldn’t know from his dance moves.
The popular presenter even allowed the singer to jump up on him, before she unsuccessfully attempted to wrap her legs around his waist.
Madonna later thanked Norton on Twitter, praising him for being her “unapologetic bitch” for the evening.
The host recently said he felt pressure to be “settled” down, and that people often asked when he was going to get into a serious relationship.
“Well, I’m 52 and I’m single and on some level, I feel like I’ve failed because by the time you’re my age, you really should be settled,” he said.
“But then I look at the relationships people around me have and I find myself asking, ‘Really? That doesn’t look like winning to me’.
“I’ve reached the point that when people ask, ‘Are you single at the moment?’, I say, ‘Come on, you can drop the at the moment’. I’m single forever,” he added.
“That’s the weird thing. Gay men my age don’t want to date someone their age.”
Madonna, meanwhile, is well-known for her gay fanbase and is a strong supporter of LGBT rights.
She recently said that her Rebel Heart tour – which has so far raised nearly $50 million – will not be stopping in Russia.
“I won’t appear in Moscow or St Petersburg anymore, because I don’t want to perform in places where being homosexual is tantamount to a crime,” said the singer.
She also recently joined Grindr to chat to a number of fans about her new album.
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However, the iconic star is not without her faults.
The singer received a heap of criticism earlier this year after praising late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
The late Conservative PM remains controversial among LGBT people for passing Section 28 – which banned the ‘promotion’ of homosexuality in schools, as well as for her approach to the AIDS crisis.
She previously caused controversy by claiming that gay rights are “way more advanced” than women’s rights.
Watch the clip below.