Madonna’s ‘Just Waiting’ For Daft Punk To Call Her Back

In a Reddit AMA Monday night, Madge flirts with fans and the idea of new music in 2014.

During a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) Monday night, we learned that although Madonna is totally game to let you “express yourself,” if you’re asking her on a date, she needs to see a photo first.

During one of the sassiest AMAs we’ve seen, many a fan took the opportunity to ask the material girl to be his/her “boo”/”lucky star”/various and sundry other forms of endearment. Madge’s response to each and every one of them? “Send photo.” One fan pressed further, asserting, “madonna please my beauty is on the inside xox,” to which she responded, “i still need to see it…. show me your internal beauty then.”

Such tongue-in-cheek humor was a theme throughout the AMA, in which she told fans that she received a rather racy, anatomically inspired bong for her birthday, that she wishes she could turn Frank Ocean straight and that she recently had a dream about Brad Pitt in which “[he] and I were living together and there was a small blonde child in the bed. Sorry Angelina, it was only a dream.” After one fan asked, “Where should I put these hydrangeas?” she suggested, “up your a–.”

Snoop Dogg also joined the fray at one point, asking, cryptically, “When r we going on a canoe ride??” to which she responded, “when you send me a canoe.”

Although Madonna didn’t give away too much when to comes to upcoming music, she did reveal that she would be game to work with Daft Punk, quipping, “I would love to work with Daft Punk….just waiting for them to return my call,” and that there could be a new Madonna album in 2014. “there might be…my creative juices are flowing….” she said.

Overall, the AMA seemed to be in support of “secretprojectrevolution”, Madonna’s new short film co-directed by photographer Steven Klein that premieres on September 24. The film also has an online component titled Art For Freedom, which will be curated by Vice, which asks fans “to submit personal freedoms and protest in the form of video, music, poetry, and photography…by uploading original artwork or tagging posts #artforfreedom,” according to an announcement Tuesday (September 17). The film and other content will be released via BitTorrent.

When one fan asked her to elaborate on the project, Madonna said, “its a very ambitious project because it deals with very controversial issues…both global and personal. im extremely passionate about it. it means more to me than anything i have ever done before. in one week it wont be a secret.”

Brenna Ehrlich is a reporter for MTV News as well as the senior writer/editor for the O Music Awards. In the past, she served as associate editor at Mashable, penned a netiquette column for CNN and co-authored the blog and book "Stuff Hipsters Hate." She likes trying not to die in moshpits and listening to songs on repeat. Follow her on Twitter @BrennaEhrlich for news on cats and punk bands.