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By Erin Clements

Madonna superfan Ellen DeGeneres found the perfect place for her duet with the Material Girl on Friday — the bathroom.

In the latest installment of the talk show host's "Bathroom Concert Series," the pair performed a spirited rendition of Madonna's 1985 hit "Dress You Up" while sporting fluffy white bathrobes.

DeGeneres celebrated the song's sartorial theme by pulling out some stylish props, including a leopard-print cowboy hat for Madonna and oversize sunglasses for herself.

While DeGeneres remained in her robe, Madonna eventually ditched hers to reveal an embellished black dress.

DeGeneres offered cheeky responses to the song's lyrics — like calling Madonna out on the line "All your suits are made in London," to which she noted, "That's not true."

And the fun didn't stop there. Ellen also tweeted a hilarious image of herself channeling Madonna on the cover of "Madonna: The First Album," the 1985 re-release of her 1983 debut.

And proving she's the ultimate fan of the 56-year-old pop icon, DeGeneres even re-created Madonna's 2000 "Don't Tell Me" video with herself as a backup dancer.