Madonna has revealed she's embarking on a stadium tour with the legendary Britney Spears – adding they could "re-enact" their infamous 2003 VMA kiss.
During an Instagram Live on Tuesday, the Material Girl was asked by a fan if she plans on ever doing another world tour.
"Damn yes!" Madonna replied. "Stadium honey! Me and Britney, what about it?”
However, the singer added that she was "not sure" if Britney would "get into" the idea, although she admitted touring together would be "really cool."
"We could re-enact the original (Kiss)."
Meanwhile, it was recently revealed that the infamous and (then) scandalous moment was about to enter the world of NFTs.
As TMZ reports, John Shearer – who photographed Britney and Madonna kissing while performing at the 2003 MTV VMAs – is apparently auctioning off the photo on Cryptograph, an NFT marketplace.
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The kiss, which has become one of the most important pop culture moments of the 2000s, came at a time when MTV was under fire for airing "indecent" content, which often included depictions of same-sex relationships. Since the actual event itself, the kiss has appeared on multiple "best of" lists.
"Madonna, appearing with both Britney and Christina, was a big enough event in itself, but nobody — not even the MTV folks — expected what was happening. It's one of the most memorable moments ever," a source told Digital Spy in 2010.
Madonna — who teamed up with Britney on Me Against The Music in 2003 and is gearing up for the release of her documentary Madame X — has also been open about her support of Britney and her struggle to break free from her conservatory days .
"Give this woman her life back," Madonna captioned a picture of herself wearing a Britney Spears t-shirt before ending conservatoire.
“Slavery was abolished so long ago! Death to the greedy patriarchy that has been doing this to women for centuries. This is a violation of human rights! Britney, we're coming to get you out of jail!"
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