You never know which Madonna is going to show up.
Sometimes, The Material Girl is the sexually charged songstress posing nude for a coffee table book or dry humping one of her tour dancers. Next, she's the primly dressed children's book author trying to be a good role model for her own kids.
This week, the latter piped up to chastise singer M.I.A. for flipping the audience the bird during Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show.
Madonna has taken to the airwaves to express her disappointment with M.I.A.'s decision to flip the bird at cameras during the halftime show, calling the move a "teenager ... irrelevant thing to do." Madge was chatting with Ryan Seacrest about her performance when he brought up the incident.
To the pop star, the middle finger was simply "out of place" at a show characterized by "such a feeling of love and good energy and positivity.
M.I.A. would have better served the event by making out with another woman, apparently.
One wonders if Madonna has truly learned the error of her shocking ways, or if she's grumpy people are still talking about M.I.A. and not her.