09/10/2012 10:47 am ET

Madonna Supports President Obama, But Not Lady Gaga

Ten minutes after President Barack Obama took the stage at the Democratic National Convention in North Carolina, Madonna hit the stage in New York City, and both expressed the same message: get the president four more years. But the one person that Madonna is certainly no longer endorsing is Lady Gaga.

"Thank God for Michelle Obama," Madonna screamed to her sold-out crowd at Yankee Stadium Thursday night. "We are free. Do not, do not, do not, take this freedom for granted cause if you do you will lose it in a second. Are you with me, New York?"

Madonna also revealed her support for the president when she stripping down to her underwear to perform a new version of her classic hit "Like A Virgin." Overseas, this has been the moment in the concert where the Madonna has flashed her nipple and bottom. But last night, it was a moment dedicated to Barack Obama.

"Tonight I'm not going to show you my ass. I'm going to show you my feelings. How is that for living dangerously?" Madonna said from the stage to a cheering audience, before turning around and displaying the word "Obama" on her back.

And although Madonna made her support for the president and first lady clear, she also expressed her true feelings toward Lady Gaga. After singing a few lines of the Gaga hit "Born This way," she said, "She's not me," over and over again.


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