Madonna and The Fat Jewish Prank Call Celebrities and Watch Animal Porn During Wild Sleepover
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The Queen of Pop and the King of Instagram became friends after she enlisted him to appear in an ad for her skincare line, MDNA.

If you've ever wondered what Madonna is like during a sleepover, wonder no more.

The Fat Jewish, real name Josh Ostrovsky, got to experience a night with the Queen of Pop firsthand -- and it was every bit as weird and wild and wonderful as we imagined it would be.

"Madonna literally gives no f--ks," the Instagram celebrity told Daily Mail. "When you are that famous, you would think you would become a cyborg from outer space, but were immediate best friends."

Madonna and The Fat Jewish became friends after she enlisted him to appear in an ad for her skincare line, MDNA Skin. The hilarious, 5-minute commercial -- which you can check out below -- led to a genuine friendship. Naturally, a sleepover at Madonna's house soon followed.

"I really thought Madonna would be intimidating because she's mothaf--king Madonna, but we immediately started talking about wild shit," he told the publication. "She let me prank call celebrities on her cellphone. That's f--king nuts! People don't realize how cool she is."

"She let me prank call Bono, which was cool. He does a lot of amazing stuff," he continued. "I asked him if he showers with his purple glasses on. And does he f--k with the purple glasses on? I had a lot of questions that I needed to ask, and I couldn't believe that she allowed me to do this shit."

In addition to prank calling the Material Girl's famous friends, Madonna and The Fat Jewish also did face masks and watched "f--ked up internet videos of guys having sex with the blow holes of beached whales."

"I don't think she's necessarily into that shit, but she said, 'Let's watch weird internet videos,'" The Fat Jewish said. And what Madonna says, goes.

The Fat Jewish is currently working on a campaign with fashion brand Missguided, which promotes body-positivity and self-love.

"Madonna is the queen of that message," he said. "She has a lot of confidence, but she's full-on inclusive. She doesn't care what people think."

Of the brand itself, The Fat Jewish said, "I'm honored to be a part of a group of people that give no f--ks. Whatever your look is, there is probably something for you."

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