Madonna fan Josephine Georgiou says the moment when the pop superstar exposed her breast on stage was the "best" bit of her life.
Josephine Georgiou, 17, was brought up on stage at Madonna's 'Rebel Heart tour' show at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre in Australia on Thursday night (17.03.16) and at one point the 'Like A Virgin' singer pulled down her top to reveal her left boob to the audience.
However, Josephine insists she is in no way "humiliated" and vowed there's no chance of her taking any legal action against her idol because she loved every moment of the experience.
Speaking to Brisbane newspaper The Courier Mail, she said: "Seriously, why would I sue Madonna for the best moment of my life? It was the best night. Only I get to decide if I'm humiliated or not. Why would people assume I am humiliated by my own breast, nipple or body?"
Josephine insisted she was unashamed by the event because she had previously been showered with compliments from the 57-year-old pop superstar.
She explained: "It's hilarious to me how much of a big deal it is to everyone. Madonna was calling me a Victoria's Secret model the whole time I was on stage, which is so flattering."
The incident occurred after Josephine was invited on stage during the tour, for Madonna to pull down the girl's corset-style top, quipping: "The kind of girl you just want to slap on the a**."
The songstress, whilst gesturing to her crotch, then added: "Oh s**t. Oh sorry, sexual harassment ... you can do the same to me."
The incident is the latest in a series of controversial incidents that have blighted the Down Under leg of Madonna's tour.
Madonna angered fans after appearing on stage at the same venue on Wednesday night (16.03.16) almost three hours late, with any choosing to leave and get refunds rather than wait for her to start her performance.
When she did finally arrive on stage, she told fans: "It's you people that get here early, that's the problem."
The 'Material Girl' hitmaker has also been criticised for apparently drinking alcohol on stage - something she has denied, claiming it is "acting" and part of her show - and she got emotional when she dedicated a song to her estranged son Rocco, 15, while performing a cabaret-style show at The Forum Theatre in Melbourne.