You know Madonna.
During her London tour, she stopped the show to make fun
of an audience member’s outfit and ask him if he had an STD before she took a swig
of his beer. Uh, is she bored with her act? She’s moving to crowd work. (laughter) It was so bizarre. At first,
I thought that was Shawn Mendes. I didn’t realize that was
a random person in the crowd. SPADE:
Oh, this Marlboro Man guy? Yeah. I thought that was Shawn…
I thought it was… “Oh, Shawn Mendes likes Madonna.
That’s cute.” Makes sense. He’s wearing a Marlboro jumper. -Yeah.
-Which I don’t mind. -I like it.
-It-it does look cool. -I know. -It’s cool.
She’s just losing it, huh? -She– Well…
-Yeah. Everyone’s okay with this wig? -Yeah.
-Like, she approved it. The team approved it. Okay. All right. Okay. -Do you do crowd work
at your shows? -KOY: Oh, yeah. -Oh, you do?
-Yeah. It’s-it’s actually hard. So, she’s doing it.
It’s hard. Like, I go out and I go– if
they’re eating– with a couple, I go, “Hey,
what are you having?” They’re like,
“Mozzarella balls.” I go, “Oh, anniversary
or something? Anyway, um…” And then everyone’s like… (laughing) That’s the only one,
and then I move on. Hilarious. But she’s like… ♪ Like a virgin. ♪ “Any Scorpios here?” That’s the thing.
When you get older, I think when you get tired
of doing your act, if a singer,
it starts with, like, a stool. -Right. -They start doing
a little bit on the stool. -KOY: Yeah. -And then it’s stool
and a story about the song. “This song…” And then you’re like,
“Are you not gonna sing it? Oh, you’re gonna tell us
about it.” And then, and then it goes
to crowd work, I guess. Mado– I think this is funny. -It’s hard.
-KOY: I want to see it. “What’s your ethnicity? -Really? I’d (bleep) you.”
-(laughs) -That’s-that’s her crowd work?
-That’s all she does. “What are you? Oh, really?
I’d (bleep) it.” ♪ Done that. ♪ That’s easy crowd work. -Do you do crowd work?
-I just think she’s trying– I don’t know.
I don’t do crowd work. I don’t want to talk
to the audience ever. (laughs) Crowd work
can go sideways quickly. Yeah. It indicates
that I care about their day. (laughs)
That indicates it. -We don’t want to give