Madonna reveals presidential plans
Madonna has set out a manifesto to use if she was ever president of the United States of America.
The 53-year-old Queen of Pop took part in a live interview with chat show host Jimmy Fallon on her Facebook page, answering questions posed by fans.
Madonna said: "Well, when I am the president, I will first of all take all the money spent on defence and put it into education, so that schoolteachers get paid more money. It's scandalous how low their pay is.
"Gay marriage would be legal everywhere and accepted. There would be no restrictions whatsoever on any of my videos, ever."
The mother-of-four's new video for her comeback single Give Me All Your Luvin was given an 18 certificate by YouTube for being too raunchy.
Madonna said: "I'm supposed to be a girl gone wild in the video! How could you go wild and not grind? This is the question that people should be asking."
The W.E. director also appealed for Quentin Tarantino to direct her next music video. She said: "I have a whole thing worked out in a motel room. All he has to do is show up with a camera. And I can't afford a director's fee."
Meanwhile, Madonna performed at the Bayfront Park music festival in Miami at the weekend, showing off every inch of her figure in a skimpy outfit, teamed with fishnet stockings and lace-up gladiator sandals.
While her legs and arms appeared toned, what appeared to be a sagging bottom and wrinkly knees revealed her age.