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Madonna never fails to amaze her fans, and this latest news is no exception.
The 61-year-old has been dating dancer Ahlamalik Williams for a number of months now, and the 25-year-old is set to release his very first rap track in the very near future.
According to The Sun, the Vogue singer’s iconic voice will appear on the aspiring rapper’s brand new release.
In the new hip-hop song, Madonna will sing her part in the beautiful French language.
The tune will also borrow lyrics from Edith Piaf’s La Vie En Rose which is a song that the Queen of pop has covered many times throughout her career.
The songstress can be heard chirping the lyrics “Je voie la vie en rose”.
This translates in English to: “I see life through rose-tinted glasses”.
Dancer Ahlamalik has been on tour with Madonna since 2015.
Despite this, fans only began speculating about their relationship this year.
The 25-year-old appeared in Madonna’s music video God Control, which depicts a mass shooting in a nightclub that closely resembles the Pulse attack in 2016.
There’s no denying that Madonna has a history of dating younger men.
She has previously been linked to dancers Brahim Zalibat, then 23, and Timor Steffens, then 26, as well as model Kevin Sampaio, then 31.
The news comes as the singer is currently keeping herself busy and entertained while in self isolation.
he Papa Don’t Preach singer took to Twitter to share a little home video of a show she put on in her bathroom.
Holding a hairbrush in place of a microphone, the 61-year-old songstress danced around her cream-coloured bathroom, and sang about the current situation life has landed us all in.
Hoping to lift the spirits of her fans, Madonna made a jibe about bulk-buying groceries and the global lack of pasta.
Thanking God for her imagination in these “special times”, the singer free-styled a song about her dinner.
Re-creating her classic number one hit Vogue, Madonna decided to spice things up and make it fit to the times she’s living in right now.
Alongside the short video clip, she wrote: “Living in Special Times…………thank GOD for imagination and fried fish”.
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Twitter/Madonna A stumbling and spinning Madonna is breaking out in song in an impromptu Coronavirus concert, reimagining her hit “Vogue” to include lyrics about eating fried fish. “Come on! Go! Let’s go eats some fried fish, fried fish. Come on. Go! Let’s go eat some fried fish,” Madonna sang, using a hairbrush for a microphone…