Madonna shocks fans on extremely dramatic first night of  Madame X Tour  

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Madonna brought the controversy at the X-rated opening night of her Madame X Tour in New York City on Tuesday.

In shocking antics, the Like A Virgin hitmaker, 61, pretended to perform a sex act on yourself, swigged beer on-stage and made a jibe about President Donald 's manhood while performing to 2,000 fans at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. 

After performing 1986 song Papa Don't Preach, Madonna said on-stage: 'I think it's important women have the right to decide what to do with their bodies.'

Wow: Madonna brought the controversy at the X-rated opening night of her Madame X Tour in New York City on Tuesday

Wow: Madonna brought the controversy at the X-rated opening night of her Madame X Tour in New York City on Tuesday

The star then switched to politics when she made a scathing political remark about the US President, saying: 'What do you call a man with a small penis? Donald .'  

She then brought three of her children on-stage, with Madge asking Stella, seven, what she wanted to say to the crowd.

The youngster responded: 'Me too' - in reference to the movement against sexual harassment and sexual assault.

Stella joined forces with twin sister Estere in chanting: 'You're not my b***h' with the crowd.

OMG: In shocking antics, the Like A Virgin hitmaker, 61, pretended to perform a sex act on yourself, swigged beer on-stage and made a jibe about President Donald Trump's manhood while performing to 2,000 fans at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

OMG: In shocking antics, the Like A Virgin hitmaker, 61, pretended to perform a sex act on yourself, swigged beer on-stage and made a jibe about President Donald 's manhood while performing to 2,000 fans at the Brooklyn Academy of Music

Madonna, who made a typically late arrival on-stage at 10.30pm - and issued a 'half-hearted apology' - drank some beer before playfully joking she had found one of her back-up dancers on gay dating app, Grindr. 

She also likened one of her songs to 'sleeping with Mozart'. 

Switching to her personal life, the Queen of Pop candidly discussed her time living in Portugal as her son David Banda, 13, pursued a career in football.

The star said: 'I was alone, bored and without friends. 

'I was invited to a fado club. The music is made up of melancholy, sadness and longing — the best description of me.'

Scathing: The star then switched to politics when she made a scathing political remark about the US President, saying: 'What do you call a man with a small penis? Donald Trump'

Scathing: The star then switched to politics when she made a scathing political remark about the US

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