Madonna bares her bum onstage for victims of Superstorm Sandy

Singer also gets down to 'Gangnam Style' with Psy - watch

Madonna bares her bum onstage for victims of Superstorm Sandy

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Madonna bared her bum onstage at a gig in New York earlier this week in a bid to raise funds for victims of Superstorm Sandy - scroll down to watch it.

The singer performed at Madison Square Garden on Monday (November 13), just hours after she visited relief workers at Far Rockaway in Queens, reports the Huffington Post.

Taking to the stage for her 'MDNA' show she said: "A big thank you to all these people. I went down to Rockaway Beach with my children and we saw what was going on down there and we saw the destruction and it was really sad, but we also saw amazing acts of humanity, people working hard, handing out food, blankets, giving love. I want to give a big thanks to those people too. We owe them a lot. New York owes them a lot."

She then took off her top to reveal the words 'No Fear' scrawled on her back and pulled down her trousers, telling the audience: "Get over my naked ass and give me some money" – watch it below.

During the same show she also brought 'Gangnam Style' star Psy onstage for a mash-up of the Number One hit and her own single 'Give It To Me'. Scroll down below to watch it.

Last week a Russian court reportedly ruled there was sufficient evidence to sue the singer for promoting gay rights during her tour after handing out pink anti-homophobia wristbands to crowd members during a show in St Petersburg and telling them to "fight for the right to be free".

Last month, she also caused controversy in Denver when she brandished a fake gun onstage just months after the shooting massacre in nearby Aurora, Colorado at a screening of The Dark Knight Rises in July.





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