A 17-year-old Madonna fan said it was the "best moment" of her life when the pop star brought her up on stage, yanked down the girl's corset top and in the process momentarily exposed one of the minor's naked breasts to a packed house.
Josephine Georgiou won't be pursuing any kind of legal action, she said. And her mother seems on board with that.
Despite reports and allegations that the singer had crossed a line and humiliated the minor in front of an audience that eventually grew to include the whole Internet, once the footage hit social media, the girl was unfazed.
Via a mystery woman who approached and asked if fans wanted to dance along to a song, Madonna had invited the teen and others onstage Thursday night during the Brisbane stop of her Rebel Heart Tour. She exposed the girl's breast during a tease of sorts.
The 57-year-old performer surveyed the group, then ambled up to Georgiou and said, "She's the kind of girl you just want to slap ... on the ass ... and pull," and snatched at the nipple rings on Georgiou's sparkly corset. Result: a quick exposure.
An expression of mild surprise swept across the fan's face, and she swiftly pulled the corset back up, concert footage shows.
"Oh, sorry, sexual harassment," Madonna said after letting an expletive fly. "You can do the same to me if you like." Then she hugged Georgiou.
Later, speaking to the Daily Mail Australia, Georgiou said people were trying to make Madonna out to be a villain when she wasn't.
"There was no bad intentions, it was just love and fun up there," she said. "Mum has been playing [Madonna's music] since I was little, I idolized her in the 'Hung Up' video clip."
Josephine's mother, Tina Georgiou, who's the owner of the corset, said there was no way Madonna could have known her daughter was a minor because she looks much older.
"It is quite serious that she's a minor — people are saying what if this was a male performer, what if it was someone else's daughter — well it wasn't another man and it wasn't another girl, it was Madonna and my daughter," the elder Georgiou told the Mail Australia.
"It's Josie's business, her unique experience, and she wasn't upset about it. It's something that she'll probably cherish for the rest of her life," mum added.
Cherish? Mmm-kay. The wardrobe malfunction is just one in a string of antics keeping Madonna in the headlines lately during her tour. The singer angered fans Wednesday by starting her first Brisbane concert more than two hours late and not finishing until after the last train had left the venue Thursday morning, the Associated Press reported.
And, earlier in the week, the performer felt compelled to respond to a rumor that she had been intoxicated onstage.
"Too bad people don't know the art of acting and playing a character. I could never do any of my shows high or drunk," Madonna wrote on Instagram.
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