Madonna exposes 17-year-old fan's breast during Rebel Heart show

Madonna exposed a 17 year-old girl's breast on stage in Australia last night, during one of her final shows on the Rebel Heart Tour. The Queen of Pop picked Josephine Georgiou, a barista and aspiring model, at random to come up on stage in Brisbane last night (March 17), as that evening's 'unapologetic bitch'. Admiring her looks and body, Madonna said, "She's the kind of girl you just want to slap on the ass and pull," before tugging playfully on the girl's top, and accidentally pulling it down, exposing her breast. "Oh shit I am so sorry," she said quickly. "Sexual harassment. You can do the same to me if you like." The audience laughed, and it appeared Georgiou took it in good humour. “Seriously, why would I sue Madonna for the best moment of my life?,” she told the Courier-Mail in Australia. “It was the best night. She was calling me a Victoria’s Secret model the whole time I was on stage, which is so flattering.” madonna-live-london-2015-billboard-650 In words that Madonna herself would probably be proud of, she added, “Only I get to decide if I’m humiliated or not. Why would people assume I am humiliated by my own breast, nipple or body? It’s hilarious to me how much of a big deal it is to everyone." The incident came amidst a somewhat controversial leg of Madonna's tour, which has taken her to Australia for the first time in 23 years. At a one off intimate show in Melbourne, she dressed as a clown and was drinking on stage. This week she was 90 minutes late for one show, and almost 3 hours late for another. On stage in Brisbane, she was unapologetic, saying, "greatness equals lateness." Many fans were angered and disappointed, and there is  belief that her personal problems with son Rocco are affecting her famous work ethic. Madonna wraps up her Rebel Heart Tour this weekend in Sydney, with two shows which will be filmed for official release. More stories Madonna performs rare hits and stand up comedy in Tears of a Clown show Watch 200 dancers recreate Madonna's Vogue for Sydney Mardi Gras