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Madonna came to play on Monday night’s Tonight Show, appearing in several segments where she showed off some of her favorite sparkly things from her new home in Lisbon, Portugal, talked sexy presidential dreams, busted out a celebrity impression and slathered host Jimmy Fallon’s face with some of the products from her new MDNA SKIN line.
Wearing a black jacket with sparkly silver lapels and a T-shirt featuring an image of her famous gap-tooth smile, the singer dropped a bejeweled skull on host Fallon’s desk and revealed that she’s still having “erotic dreams” about her last visit to the show, when former President Barack Obama was also a guest.
“It is the truth,” she laughed when Fallon tried to change the subject away from her fantasies. “I always wanted to meet him and you did it!”
And, despite Fallon’s claims that Madonna was shy when meeting the former commander in chief, the pop icon swore that Obama gave her a little “look.”
Madonna also told Fallon she wanted to interview herself, so the pair played a little game of Lip Flip. With Fallon’s lips superimposed on her face, Madonna appeared to admit she likes speaking in a fake British accent, while Fallon took on a beefy Brooklyn tone and chatted about his dog, Juan.
Things got weird when Madonna lost her mind about the recent eclipse, at which point Fallon (but really Madonna, pay attention will ya?) inexplicably sang an improvised tune about eclipses to the strains of Bon Jovi’s “You Give Love a Bad Name.”
Madonna even did an impression of Kim Kardashian arriving at a party and beatboxed some Run-DMC.
Watch the segments below.
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.
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