Watch Gwendoline Christie join Madonna onstage for ‘Unapologetic Bitch’ performance

The singer is currently touring Australia

Gwendoline Christie joined Madonna onstage for her performance tonight (March 19) in Sydney, Australia.

The Game of Thrones and Star Wars actor was asked up to the stage by the singer during her performance of ‘Unapologetic Bitch’. Other famous names who have been given the same honour include Katy Perry, Jessica Chastain and Anderson Cooper.

Midway through the performance Madonna says, “Now bend over, you’ve been a bad girl. You need a spanking.” Christie complies, before the two switch stages for a lengthier conversation.


See fan-shot footage and photos from the night below:

While in Australia, Madonna recently performed a free comedy show in Melbourne. On March 10 the singer delivered a special ‘Tears of a Clown’ performance for members of her Australian fan club, as well as customers of local phone provider Telstra.


The Sydney Morning Herald reports that the free event took place at Melbourne’s 1,500-capacity Forum Theatre. The show had been scheduled to begin at 8.30pm local time but but fans were reportedly not allowed to enter the venue until 11.45pm, with Madonna not taking to the stage until 12.50am.

Reports describe the gig as a “mixture of comedy, music and storytelling”, with Madonna donning a full clown outfit for the entirety of the performance. The singer described the show to fans as a “a work in progress”.

Many fans complained of the performance, which eventually finished at 2.50am, “It was going to be an amazing one-off concert. I’m disappointed,” one fan who had to leave before Madonna took to the stage told The Herald. However, comedian Em Rusciano praised the show on Twitter, describing the performance as “perfect”.

Watch footage below:


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