This kiss between Madonna and rapper Tokischa sets New York Pride ablaze

The two singers exchanged a kiss on the stage of Terminal 5, Thursday, June 23, on the occasion of New York Pride.

No one has forgotten the kiss exchanged by Madonna and Britney Spears in 2003, during the MTV Video Music Awards. Almost twenty years later, the interpreter of Material Girl at this time kissed rapper Tokischa on the Terminal 5 stage, a New York concert hall, on Thursday, June 23. All while they were singing the famous song Hung Up.

During this sensual show, the two artists exchanged a languorous kiss, put their hands on their respective posteriors and danced basin against basin. Madonna, a longtime LGBTQ+ ally, and Tokischa, a bisexual artist, were at the World of Women’s NFT event at the time, organized as part of New York Pride. In addition to the 26-year-old Dominican artist, called Altagracia Peralta, Madonna had also invited a group of drag queens to participate in the show.

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Madonna kisses Tokischa on the Terminal 5 stage. (New York, June 23, 2022.) Abaca

In the early 2000s, Madonna had already created a sensation during the opening ceremony of the MTV Video Music Awards. She then kissed Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears, after the latter had emerged from a cake, dressed as a bride, to sing Like a Virgin.

A kiss that Britney Spears and Madonna exchanged again nineteen years later, during the marriage of the interpreter of Toxic with Sam Asghari. “Britney, you look so happy and in love, Madonna enthused in the caption of a snapshot of this moment. I wish you and Sam the best! Last night was fun and wet!” The two singers, Donatella Versace, Selena Gomez and Paris Hilton had of course seized this opportunity to sing the title in chorus Vogue.

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