Madonna Goes 'Gangnam Style' in Concert Surprise

She has danced in a cone bra, expressed herself onstage in a white wedding gown and put wearing fishnets, leather or less well into your 50s in "vogue." But Madonna had never gone "Gangnam Style" in one of her wilder-than-thou concerts, until now.

The Material Girl surprised and delighted her New York City audience Tuesday night by bringing onstage none other than Korean pop star Psy, who, she told the crowd, flew in "all the way from Frankfurt, Germany" that morning for the special performance, according to the Associated Press.

WATCH: Psy's 'Gangnam Style' Dance Takes Over 'GMA'

Madonna, performing her second concert in as many days before a crowd of nearly 20,000 at Madison Square Garden, told her fans she was a fan of Psy as the duo performed his signature hit, "Gangnam Style," and her hits "Give It to Me" and "Music," while bumping and grinding onstage.

'Gangnam Style': 6 Things You Didn't Know About the Korean Rapper Psy and His Party Song

Psy, whose real name is Jae-Sang Park, 35, was a little-known South Korean rapper until July when his hilarious, viral music video, "Gangnam Style," quickly catapulted him onto the international stage, gaining more than 118 million views since it was posted to YouTube.

He appeared onstage Tuesday night, in a bright red suit, as Madonna was having fun with a rendition of his famous song.

READ MORE: Madonna Brings Chains, Gun to NYC Concert

Beyond dancing with her famous friend, Madonna, 54, also used Tuesday's concert as another chance to raise money for victims of superstorm Sandy on the East Coast. Fans threw money onstage while she sang "Like a Virgin," adding to the $3,000 she collected at Monday's show, the Associated Press reports.

"This money is not for me," Madonna said during Monday night's concert, where she danced with her 12-year-old son onstage, according to MTV.

"We are collecting money for victims of Hurricane Sandy so please feel free to be generous as I freeze my a** off."

View Comments (85)

Recommended for You

  • Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump Has Used 'Prejudice and Paranoia' in Campaign

    Hillary Clinton hit back at Donald Trump and his campaign tactics relating to race the day after he called her "a bigot," saying his real message is, "Make America hate again.""From the start, Donald Trump has built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia," she said at an event in Reno, Nevada,…

    Good Morning America5 mins ago
  • Indiana Woman Loses Home of 16 Years After Devastating Tornado

    An Indiana woman is searching for personal items and sifting through the remains of her home after a ferocious tornado swept through her town Wednesday. Becki Sweeney was at work when the storm hit Kokomo, Indiana. Kokomo mayor Greg Goodnight said he feels "very grateful" that no deaths or…

    Good Morning America7 mins ago
  • Over 200 'Very Blessed' Indiana Residents Forced Into Shelters After Tornado Tears Through Town

    The mayor of Kokomo, Indiana, said this morning he's "very grateful" after no deaths or serious injuries were reported from a devastating storm and tornado that hit the town Wednesday, flattening buildings and damaging homes. About 10 to 15 minor injuries were reported, Howard County Sheriff…

    Good Morning America58 mins ago
  • Ryan Lochte Summoned to Give Testimony in Rio Investigation

    U.S. Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte has been summoned to give testimony related to the investigation into the Rio de Janeiro gas station incident, a spokesman for the Brazilian Ministry of Justice confirmed to ABC News. Police want Lochte, who flew home to North Carolina after the incident, to travel…

    Good Morning America14 mins ago
  • Donald Glover Explores 'Complicated' Relationships in New Series 'Atlanta'

    Donald Glover is putting one rumor to bed: His new comedy series, "Atlanta," in which he plays a college drop-out who desperately wants to help his cousin make it big as a rap star, isn't autobiographical. "[My character] Earn's not quite like me," he told a private audience at the Paley Center…

    Good Morning America22 mins ago
  • The Heartbreaking Story Behind Photo of Elderly Couple Crying

    Bartyik said her grandpa, 83-year-old Wolfram Gottschalk, was first put in an assisted living home in January after he suffered health complications from dementia that made it impossible for her family to take care of him at home. Four months later, her grandmother -- 81-year-old Anita Gottschalk…

    Good Morning America52 mins ago
  • Homeland Security Investigates Hacking of 'Ghostbusters' Star Leslie Jones' Website

    The hacking of "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones' website, JustLeslie.com, is now a federal case. Rachael Yong Yow, public affairs officer for the New York Field Office of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, told ABC News today that the Department of Homeland Security is investigating the…

    Good Morning America
  • Nearly 2 Dozen Police Officers in Texas Surprise Fallen Comrade's Kids on 1st Day of School

    For Jessica Scherlen's three children, the first day back to school was a little lonelier this year. That's because their father, officer Justin Scherlen of the Amarillo Police Department in Texas, died earlier this month after succumbing to injuries he sustained in the line of duty. On the…

    Good Morning America
  • Little Girl's Excitement for First Day of School Is Too Much to Handle

    September is near, and a lot of kids aren’t too thrilled about going back to school.But not 2-year-old Zoe Brock, whose enthusiasm for the first day of her preschool classes is absolutely sending the internet over the edge.“This was Monday. We weren’t even at her school yet,” Zoe’s mom, Sharvonne…

    Good Morning America
  • Calls for Judge's Removal After 18-Year-Old Sexual Assault Defendant Given Probation

    An online petition is calling for a judge in Massachusetts to be removed from the bench after an 18-year-old male accused of sexually assaulting two classmates was sentenced to two years of probation. David Becker of East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, was charged with two counts of rape and one count…

    Good Morning America
  • Lucille Ball's First-Ever Hollywood Home Listed at $1.75 Million

    It may not be 623 E. 68th Street, but for a cool, $1.75 million, one lucky fan can call Lucille Ball's actual Hollywood home their own.The charming 1,874-square-foot property boasts two beds, two baths, two decks, a fireplace, patio, and avocado and lemon trees, according to Zillow.'Brady Bunch'…

    Good Morning America
  • Sen. Joe Manchin Questions EpiPen Pricing by Company His Daughter Runs

    A U.S. senator whose daughter is the CEO of Mylan Pharmaceuticals has weighed in on the onslaught of criticism over the company’s pricing of its popular EpiPen, even as Mylan today promised to expand a discount program for the anti-allergy medication. “Today I heard Mylan's initial response, and I…

    Good Morning America
  • Scott Eastwood Makes Apologetic Call to Late Ex's Father

    Earlier this week, "Suicide Squad" star Scott Eastwood told GQ Australia that an ex-girlfriend died years earlier in a car accident. The 30-year-old actor added that he never called the father of his ex, Jewel Brangman, after the 2014 accident because it was too difficult. People magazine…

    Good Morning America
  • Race for Survivors in Italy as Quake Death Toll Climbs to 247

    Rescue workers raced to find survivors one day after a powerful 6.2 magnitude earthquake rocked central Italy, killing at least 247, injuring hundreds more and leaving thousands homeless. A powerful 4.7 magnitude aftershock hit the area at around 5 a.m. local time Thursday, according to the United…

    Good Morning America
  • President Obama Makes Virtual-Reality Debut in Tour of Yosemite Valley

    Virtual reality is getting the presidential treatment. In honor of the centennial celebration of the National Park Service, President Obama is set to make his virtual-reality debut in a video filmed on his family's visit to Yosemite Valley in June. In a partnership between National Geographic and…

    Good Morning America
  • 'Extreme Weight Loss' Chris Powell's Tips to Get the Whole Family Active

    Powell, who, with his wife, Heidi Powell, has a combined family of four kids, said that when motivating kids to move, it’s important to keep the activities fun and to offer incentives, like time with friends. Try this workout with your kids and keep reading below for more of Powell’s workout tips!

    Good Morning America
  • Top House Republican Presses Donald Trump to Release Tax Returns

    Donald Trump should release his tax returns and medical records, the GOP chairman of the House Oversight Committee says, making him the latest Republican to publicly pressure the presidential nominee to disclose more information to the public. "If you're going to run and try to become the…

    Good Morning America