Madonna appears on ‘Carpool Karaoke’ to sing hits, give surprising ‘kiss and tell’

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Music superstar Madonna went along for the ride in the latest “Carpool Karaoke.”

Late Late Show host James Corden welcomed the “Material Girl” for the latest edition of the popular segment.

They sang several of the star’s hits, including “Papa Don’t Preach,” “Express Yourself” and “Ray of Light.” They even belted out “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina,” which Madonna sang in the movie adaptation of the musical Evita.

The segment kicked off with “Vogue,” in which both struck a pose and played up to the camera.

Madonna talked a little bit about her children, describing them as “rebellious.” She said while she has a reputation as a rebellious figure, she has a “predictable life” and described herself as kind of a “square.”

After performing, she said she goes home and becomes “Julie Andrews.” She even said she “kind of wanted to be a nun” because she “liked the uniform.”

They talked a little bit about musical theater. Madonna said she was a fan of old-school musical productions.

In the most surprising revelation of the show, she discussed her friendship with Michael Jackson, telling Corden she once kissed the King of Pop–a full-on, “French kiss,” she said.

“Did you kiss?” Corden asked.

“Of course,” the star replied.

She said she “made the first move” because Jackson was a little “shy” and described him as a “willing accomplice.”

She said it was the first time she’s spoken publicly about it.

Madonna’s concert special, “Rebel Heart,” debuts Friday on Showtime.

You can watch previous installments of “Carpool Karaoke” right here.