Last month she defended Adele when the young singer was ridiculed over her weight by designer Karl Lagerfeld.
Now, Madonna has revealed that she not only wants to work with the talented Londoner, but she also planned to perform with her at the Super Bowl.
The 53-year-old is a big fan of Adele and had planned to have her join the impressive line-up at the Super Bowl halftime show alongside Nicki Minaj, MIA and Cee Lo Green.
In an interview to be aired Friday 20 April on ITV1's Daybreak and Lorraine, she revealed just how impressed she is with Adele.
When asked if she would work with the Rolling in the Deep singer she said: 'Yes, I would love to. I would love to meet her, I think she's brilliant, I love her.'
She continued: 'I wanted her to be in the Super Bowl with me, but I think she was having her throat problem or throat operation or something.'
The Queen of pop hinted that a stage performance between the pair could still happen at Hyde Park this summer where she is set to play a one off date.
Madonna was quick to stand up for Adele when Karl Lagerfeld dubbed her 'a little too fat', last month.
She told The Sun: 'That's horrible. That's ridiculous, that's just the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard...
'Adele's a great talent and how much she weighs has nothing to do with it.'
While Madge may be gushing over Adele, she confessed that she has no idea who One Direction are and never watches shows like X Factor.
She said: 'I haven't seen them yet, no, sorry. Slap my hand.
While her daughter Lourdes is more likely to be a fan of the boy band, the teenager found herself in trouble this week with her mother.
The 15-year-old was caught lighting up while she loitered around with male friends in New York last month. The legal age for smoking in America is 18.
When asked how she reacted, Madonna, 53, admitted she 'wasn't very happy.'
'I'm probably not as tough as I should be,' she told the Today show. 'I think I need to be maybe tougher.'
'Every day is a negotiation, but cigarette smoking I'm not very fond of,' she added.
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