Madonna Savages Donald Trump With Cover Of Britney Spears’ “Toxic”

Madonna put on one hell of a show at Art Basel in Miami on Friday, which included a cover of Britney Spears‘ song “Toxic,” which she used as a platform to rip into president-elect Donald Trump.

Unflattering images of Trump were projected behind her, such as one with his mouth as a urinal and one where his nose grows to the proportions of Pinocchio’s after telling a particularly big whopper – like, say, claiming millions of people voted illegally with no evidence to back it up.

Trump’s words were also flashed on the screen, along with animation featuring the pink elephants on parade from the film Dumbo. Some choice quotes include his promise to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it and his claim that if he weren’t Ivanka’s father he might be dating her.

Trump, pretending to be his own publicist, bragged in a call to a reporter during the early ’90s that Madonna had tried to date him.

Watch the video of her performance below, and decide on your own the veracity of his “publicist’s” claim.

Madonna raised $7.5 million to support the charity Raising Malawi during the show, auctioning off some of her personal art collection, as well as costumes and the wedding photo of she and Sean Penn.

Penn made an appearance on stage, handcuffing Madonna, who joked that it was the first time he wasn’t the one being arrested.

Oh yeah, and she also twerked with Ariana Grande.