Madonna has quite a tale to tell.
The pop superstar answered questions Tuesday sent by fans about her personal life, career, family, the new album and a decision she really regrets.
“Finally Enough Talk: 50 Questions With Madonna” was inspired by Vogue’s popular “73 Questions” video series.
Known for decades as an artist who likes to express herself freely, the multi-Grammy winner answered “sex” to many of the questions, including one about her zodiac sign; another about her “current favorite obsession;” one about what keeps her going; and one about the secret to her success.
Keeping on with the theme, the “Erotica” singer playfully responded to a fan who asked what would she wear if she could only wear one thing for the rest of her life: “My 24-karat gold vibrator necklace,” she said.
Madonna, who just celebrated her 64th birthday, said that the achievement she’s most proud of is her “six amazing children.”
Lourdes “Lola” Leon, 25, is her firstborn daughter with ex Carlos Leon, a Cuban-born, New York-based celebrity personal trainer, dancer and actor. Rocco Ritchie, 22, is Madonna’s second child, whom she shares with her ex-husband, British director Guy Ritchie. She has also adopted children Mercy and David, both 16, and 10-year-old twins Estere and Stelle.
When she was asked about “a decision you made that looking maybe wasn’t the best idea,” she quickly answered, “getting married — both times!”
The queen of pop was married to Sean Penn from 1985 to 1989. Their tumultuous, made-for-tabloid relationship made headlines around the world. In 2000, she married Ritchie, but the two filed for divorce in 2008.
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The interview also offered fans some rare insight about her music: Her favorite song to perform live is her 1989 hit “Like a Prayer;” her favorite music video is the midtempo pop ballad “Take a Bow,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for seven weeks in 1994; and the most stressful album she has ever made was 2015′s “Rebel Heart.”
Madonna also said she might revisit house music in a future project; named Debbie Harry and David Bowie as her biggest musical inspirations, and said that she would love to collaborate with Kendrick Lamar.
When asked if she would like to work with Britney Spears again, she was emphatic: “I’m gagging to work with Britney again.”
Earlier this week, Madonna’s new album debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 chart, making the global phenomenon the first woman to have a top 10 album in each decade since the 1980s.
“Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones” consists of some of Madonna’s favorite remixes of her record-breaking 50 No. 1s on Billboard’s Dance Club Songs chart — the only artist with 50 No. 1s on any single Billboard chart.
The album also tops five other Billboard charts this week: Top Album Sales; Top Current Album Sales; Top Dance/Electronic Albums; Vinyl Albums; and Tastemaker Albums, which tallies the top-selling albums at independent and small chain record stores across the U.S.
Madonna also reached several top 10 charts across the globe — including the U.K, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Ireland, Portugal and Australia, where she scored her 12th No. 1 album.