Madonna has said she knows she can be ‘difficult’ to work for.
The Hung Up hitmaker admitted her ego is ‘out of control’ sometimes, but that is to do with her zodiac sign.
In a preview clip from her Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour documentary, she said: ‘I know that I can be difficult and demanding and push you, and sometimes my ego is out of control but I am a Leo.’
Miss Honest: Madonna admitted in a clip from her Rebel Heart documentary that she can be ‘difficult’ to work for
Her insight: She said: ‘I was already famous before social media, so for me fame isn’t the burden’
And the 58-year-old singer previously revealed she thinks it is too ‘easy to become famous’ and that has caused some musicians to become too ‘focused on fame.’
She said: ‘I was already famous before social media, so for me fame isn’t the burden.’
Madonna got her start in 1984 with the single Lucky Star and went on to become one of the most successful female singers with hits like Borderline, Like A Virgin, Like A Prayer, Music, Vogue, Ray Of Light and 4 Minutes.
On stage: In the movie the legend can also be strumming her guitar
Another docu: The blonde has already starred in the film Truth Or Dare
The mother of four added: ‘Fame is the manifestation or the by-product of my work, and that was two decades before social media.
‘Now to me the burden is people are more focused on fame than actually doing the work or being an artist. Now it’s easy to become famous. What isn’t easy is to develop and grow as an artist without being distracted or consumed with fame.’
Her new movie will debut on Showtime on December 9.
Meanwhile, Madonna – who has Lourdes, 20, Rocco, 16, David, 11, and Mercy, 10 – previously compared herself to renowned artist Picasso.
The early years: Madonna got her start in 1984 with the single Lucky Star. She also said in her docu: ‘I was already famous before social media, so for me fame isn’t the burden’
The ex wife of Guy Ritchie and Sean Penn explained: ‘I like to compare myself to other kinds of artists like Picasso. He kept painting and painting until the day he died. Why? Because I guess he felt inspired to do so. Life inspired him, so he had to keep expressing himself, and that’s how I feel …
She also said: ‘I don’t think there’s a time, a date, an expiration date for being creative. I think you go until you don’t have any more to say.’
This clip is being released just after her teen son Rocco said that he did not want to live with the singer.
Trouble at home: This clip is being released just after her teen son Rocco said that he did not want to live with the singer