So, last night, we bagged a golden ticket to the screening of her documentary about Malawi, I Am Because We Are. Sharon Stone was there, looking very tanned in a sparkly black number. But Madge out-sparkled her friend when she arrived in a gorgeous floor-length black and silver Chanel gown, proving that shoulders are definitely the new erogenous zone.
The boss of the Cannes Film Festival, Thierry Fremaux, gushed about Ms Stones long-standing involvement with the Festival (Sharon, you are at home here) before introducing the harrowing film about the plight of Malawian orphans, a subject close to Madonnas heart since she adopted Malawian baby David Banda in October 2006.
Its an incredible honour to be able to show this film at Cannes, Madonna told ELLE, I would like the world to see it.
After the film, it was off to a party hosted by private members club Soho House at the Chateau de la Napoule in Mandelieu-la-Napoule. But not before we bumped into Naomi Campbell, causing a stir in Dolce and Gabbana. The paparazzi went crazy for the model who looks even more amazing in the flesh.