Madonna is the most recent star to have jumped onto the bandwagon of celebrities recreating the viral dance of Jenna Ortega’s character within the Netflix’s hit sequence Wednesday. The 64-year-old Queen of Pop shared a video the place she was seen recreating the viral dance scene to Girl Gaga’s Bloody Mary from her 2011 studio album Born This Means. (Additionally learn: Wednesday star Jenna Ortega says she by no means thought dance scenes would go viral: ‘There was a lot… I may have completed’)
Within the video, Madonna wore a lace bustier, and paired it with black trousers and a classy black blazer. She accessorized your entire look with clear sun shades, a diamond cross necklace, and a large cocktail ring on her proper hand. She did not add any caption on the publish. Many followers have been shocked by Madonna’s inclusion of Girl Gaga’s track due to the long-standing feud turned friendships between the 2 stars. Not too long ago, Girl Gaga had commented on Madonna’s TikTok video message the place she made the announcement of her Celebration Tour saying, “We love you M.”
Followers have been fairly to touch upon the video as many fan pages posted the clip on social media. A fan stated, “Mothers of pop! Now when are they ever gonna collab so we can have world peace?” Whereas one other enthusiastic fan stated, “yas both queens, now collab.” One other fan additionally demanded a collaboration of each Madonna and Girl Gaga saying, “We need Gaga and Madonna in a collab. What could sound better than 2 queens in 1 song?”
In the meantime, Wednesday actor Jenna had been requested whether or not she retains word of the viral dance video and the quite a few reactions to it on TikTok, the 20 year-old stated, “No, I can’t be on TikTok. I can’t look into all of that stuff. I think, good or bad, it’s probably not a healthy place to be.” Wednesday stars Jenna because the titular character together with Christina Ricci, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzman, and Gwendoline Christie. The sequence premiered on Netflix on November 23 2022.