Madonna was reunited with her long-lost cousins at a concert.

The 65-year-old Queen of Pop was in Tampa, Florida with her 'Celebration Tour' on Thursday (04.04.24) and gave her relatives - whom she hadn't seen in 25 years - a shoutout live from the stage but did not want to point them out exactly as she told them to enjoy the night.

She said: "One other mention is that I have two cousins that are in the audience tonight. I'm not pointing them out. I'm just saying that my mother is their aunt and I haven't seen them in, I don't know, 25 years maybe. I hope you enjoy seeing them tonight."

Meanwhile, the 'Material Girl' hitmaker - who has Lourdes, 27, with ex Carlos Leon and son Rocco, 23, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie and is also the adoptive mother to David Banda, 18, Mercy James, 17, and 10-year-old twins Stella and Estere - told the crowd that motherhood means more to her than anything else in her life but is still performing because of her family as she thanked for fans for decades of support.

She said: "Everything that I have ever done in my life is meaningless compared to be a mother. I'm not trying to sound corny or anything because it is a full-time job. So, thanks for talking about family and motherhood and love. Right? "Because that's what it's all about. That's why I'm here. That's why I still have this job because I love what I do. And also because you have been supporting me for 40 years, so thank you. Thank you for your love and support for four f****** decades. I do not take it for granted."