Madonna performed in Moscow this week and lent her support to embattled punk trio Pussy Riot, as well as to the cause of human unity worldwide.
Despite Elton John claiming her career is over, no one told the raucous Russian crowd as they cheered the Queen of Pop's every controversial move.
Check out her tribute to imprisoned female group Pussy Riot, who were arrested for staging an unauthorized concert a Moscow Cathedral in March:
"As you can see here on my stage, everybody with me comes from every different place in the world," Madonna addressed the crowd mid-show.
"From Africa, from America, from France, from Russia [the crowd cheered in response], from England. We are Christians, we are Muslims, we are Jews."
"We are everything you can imagine," she continued. "But we are a family. We are together. We are gay, we are straight, we are human beings!
"And this very last sentence, human beings, is the most important one, and in fact the only one, that we should refer to each other adds...OK?"
Words to live by, people. Can't we all just get along?