Madonna regrets getting married ‘BOTH TIMES’ and says SEX is her current obsession in new video
Madonna has answered a series of 'burning questions' about her professional and personal life, in a new video uploaded to YouTube
The 64-year-old Madonna recently answered 50 fan questions about her upcoming album. Fans asked her about her four-decade career, guilty pleasures, the biggest regret in life, and much more, and the singer was in no mood to hold back.
On Tuesday, Madonna uploaded a new video to her YouTube channel in which the pop star candidly answers fan questions. When asked what decision she made in the past that was not such a good idea, she immediately replied, ''Get married. Both times!'' She was referring to her previous marriages to Sean Penn, 62, from 1985 to 1989, and Guy Ritchie, 53, from 2000 to 2008.
During the video, she also revealed that her current favorite activity is sex and that she would have liked to become a teacher, but singing was out of the question as a profession. When asked where she gets her inspiration today because the world is so different than when she started her career, the musician replied, "If you are curious and pay attention to life, you'll never stop being inspired."
Before the seven-time Grammy winner confessed that the "most difficult" aspect of working on her upcoming biopic was "putting her whole life into a full-length film," she gushed about how much she'd love to work with Kendrick Lamar. Later, wearing a low-cut black minidress and fishnet stockings, she said sex drove her and that she would love to collaborate with Britney Spears again, 19 years after the two released their hit song 'Me Against The Music.' The mother of six admitted that she was unable to "express herself" as an artist during her marriage to Ritchie.
"There were times I felt incarcerated. I wasn't really allowed to be myself," she told The Sun in 2015. "You've got to find someone who accepts who you are and is comfortable with that." Madonna had already declared in 2009 that she would rather be "run over by a train" than walk down the aisle once again. The 53-year-old English director of a film told Details magazine that he "certainly does not regret" their time together, as he admires "the children that came out of it." In a 1991 documentary, Madonna called Penn the "love of her life," and the two have maintained a warm friendship ever since.