Madonna on Late Show with David Letterman

Madonna On Late Show With David Letterman

Madonna on Late Show with David Letterman

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When Madonna appeared on Late Show with David Letterman on March 31, 1994, her coarse language, including thirteen uses of the word "fuck", made the episode the most censored in American network television talk-show history; it also resulted in some of the highest ratings of Letterman's late-night career.

Madonna's language and behavior—which was provocative, seemingly random at times, full of double entendres, and ended with a refusal to leave the set—caused a large public controversy. Time Magazine

The Federal Communications Commission received numerous complaints, echoing Letterman's remarks that "people <!-- check the transcript/recording: Letterman said nothing about "middle America" --> don't want strong language in their homes on late night television".


This was not Madonna's first or last appearance with Letterman. She was a guest on his talk show in 1988 with comedienne Sandra Bernhard.

On a September 30, 2009 appearance on Letterman, Madonna stated she had smoked a joint before appearing on the program, although it was not clear if she was joking or serious.

When Madonna was a guest on the March 31, 1994 edition of The Late Show, it marked her first appearance on American television that year. <!-- It would help to understand the rest of the details if this introduction were to be expanded with context about the various kinds of publicity Madonna...
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