Madonna crashed the Coachella stage on Sunday night, surprising the tens of thousands of festivalgoers there to watch Drake’s headlining set. But it was Drake himself who looked the most baffled when Madonna, during an odd performance of “Human Nature,” bent over and made out with the Canadian rapper.
“What the f— just happened?” he laughed after the kiss.
“I’m Madonna, bitch,” the 56 year-old mumbled before exiting the stage.
It was the pop star’s first appearance at Coachella in 2006 when she performed several hits in the Sahara tent.
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