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Posted at 12:29 PM ET, 04/05/2012

Madonna returns to Twitter, flirts with Britney Spears


Madonna at the Super Bowl. (JEFF HAYNES - REUTERS)
Remember when Madonna joined Twitter for one day and one day only last month to promote her new album and tell electronic artist deadmau5 to settle his issues with her in private? Well, Queen Madge was so grateful to her loyal followers for making “MDNA” debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart that she returned to Twitter yesterday to answer even more questions and accept even more compliments.

One bit of praise came from Britney Spears, who tweeted, “love the new album — every single song is incredible. congrats girl!”

Madonna replied, “please come on stage and kiss me again. I miss you!!” The singer was, of course, referencing the pair’s famous lip lock at the MTV VMAs nine years ago.

The rest of the flirty exchange played out thusly:

Spears: “Tempting.”

Madonna: “Are you gonna make me work for it?”

Spears: “Why of course!”

Madonna also communicated with Lionel Richie, whose new album is set to debut on Billboard right below “MDNA.”

“There is no one I would rather be on top with. Congratulations!! I am so happy for you,” Richie kindly tweeted.

“OK, but as long as I’m on top,” Madonna jokingly tweeted back.

She also sent a special message to CNN anchor/“Toddlers and Tiaras” hater Anderson Cooper, who congratulated her on the album’s success. Madonna, who appeared on Cooper’s daytime show earlier this year, replied, “aww, thanks Anderson. Do u miss me? Do u want me to come back and visit you in a leather dress? What suit are you wearing?”

Sadly, Cooper did not reveal what suit he was wearing at the time. I guess Madonna will have to return to Twitter one more time to find out — for the sake of all mankind.

By  |  12:29 PM ET, 04/05/2012

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