Madonna fan says having top pulled down by singer was the best moment of her life
The teenage girl whose breast was flashed to the world when Madonna pulled down her top at her concert in Australia says it was the best moment of her life.
Gold Coast barista and aspiring model Josephine Georgiou, who's 17, has defended Madonna for exposing her breast when she was invited on to the stage during a show at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre .
She's rejected suggestions she may sue the singer telling The Courier Mail she was flattered when Madonna called her a Victoria's Secret model.
"Seriously, why would I sue Madonna for the best moment of my life?," she told the Courier-Mail.
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A video of Madonna yanking at the teenager's top to expose her breast has gone viral and made news around the globe, causing widespread outrage.
The 'Like A Virgin' singer invited the woman onto her stage at Thursday night's show in Brisbane.
While Madonna was talking about the woman's figure, the singer tugged on the fan's corset style top, pulling it down and exposing her breast.
As the fan stood gaping, Madonna pulled the top back up, and hastily apologised in typical Madonna style.
"She's the kind of girl you want to slap on the a**... oh s***, sorry! Sexual harassment. You can do the same to me if you like," Madonna said.
A video of the bizarre event shows Madonna and the visibly shocked woman hugging after the nip-slip.
But Georgiou told The Courier-Mail she only appeared shocked because she was on stage with Madonna and looking her in the eyes.
"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?" Georgiou said.
"It's hilarious to me how much of a big deal it is to everyone."
It's not Madonna's first brush with controversy on this tour.
The Brisbane show, like the Holiday singer's second show in Auckland, started more than an hour late.
She caused a ruckus with religious groups - again - while in New Zealand too, prompting the Bishop of Auckland to denounce her show as offensive.
But the biggest issue facing the star right now is the legal battle over custody of her son Rocco with Brit director Guy Richie.
While in New Zealand, Madonna appeared in a New York court room by video link, where both she and Richie were slammed by the judge for not adequately considering Rocco's needs first.
- AAP and Stuff