Madonna, the iconic Queen of Pop, surprised her audience during her “Celebration Tour” by giving Andy Cohen, the Bravo honcho, a playful nickname: “little troublemaking queen.” This unexpected moment of banter took place when Madonna spotted Cohen in the crowd at one of her New York City area concerts. The incident was captured by fans and shared on social media, instantly igniting a buzz among Madonna and Cohen’s fan bases.
Madonna’s Roasting Moment
Approaching Cohen with a bottle in hand, Madonna jokingly asked, “How f**king lucky am I, Andy?” She quickly followed up her question with a humorous warning, saying, “If you say one more bad thing about me on your show, oh yeah, you’re gonna be in so much trouble. You little troublemaking queen!!” Cohen, visibly starstruck, mouthed the words “I love you” as he basked in the attention of the Queen of Pop.
The day after the concert, Cohen shared the clip capturing Madonna’s playful moment on his social media platforms. Alongside the video, he posted a compilation of his numerous mentions of Madonna on his talk show “WWHL” over the years. Expressing his thrill and honor, Cohen wrote, “I’m a life-long Madonna fan, so it’s a thrill and an honor to be called a ‘troublemaking queen’ by the Queen of Troublemaking. I BOW!” He also encouraged his followers to go see Madonna’s new tour, lauding it as a mind-blowing experience. Cohen concluded his post with the hashtag #TroublemakingQueen.
In an exclusive conversation with Page Six, Cohen further expressed his gratitude, stating, “The fact that the queen of troublemakers has bestowed upon me the name ‘troublemaking queen’ is my honor.” He playfully added, “In the meantime, I have been kissing Madonna’s ass on ‘WWHL’ for many years and will continue to do so until she shleps down to see me in Soho!”
Cohen is not the only celebrity who had the opportunity to witness Madonna’s electrifying performances. Other notable names spotted in the crowd include Scarlet Johansson, Chris Rock, Drew Barrymore, and Katie Holmes. Madonna’s influence and reputation as a cultural icon continue to attract a vast array of famous admirers.
During one of her shows at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Madonna acknowledged the health scare she faced earlier this year. Referring to her presence on stage as a “f**king miracle,” she highlighted her strength and resilience. In June, Page Six reported that the “Evita” star had been found unresponsive in her New York City home after intense rehearsals and long workdays in preparation for the tour. Rushed to the hospital and intubated for at least one night, Madonna’s collapse and subsequent hospitalization were attributed to a “serious bacterial infection” by her longtime manager, Guy Oseary.
Madonna’s playful nickname for Andy Cohen delighted fans and exhibited the close bond she shares with her loyal supporters. Cohen’s elation and appreciation for being named the “troublemaking queen” showcase the enduring impact and influence of Madonna’s career. With her ability to captivate audiences and attract A-list celebrities, Madonna continues to reign as the Queen of Pop, embodying strength and resilience in the face of adversity.