Madonna & Miley Cyrus Can't Stop Gushing Over Each Other in Epic Lovefest

by Antoinette Bueno 11:50 AM PST, December 31, 2015
Photo: Instagram

Madonna and Miley Cyrus are harboring some serious girl crushes on one another.

The two have both taken to their Instagrams recently to profess their mutual love, with Miley even posting a picture of herself replacing Britney Spears in that unforgettable 2003 MTV Video Music Awards lip-lock.

Madonna quickly reposted the pic on Tuesday, writing, "Dat unaplogeticbitchkiss' ❤️#rebelhearts."

@madonna dat bitch DAT 👅👅👅

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The always controversial Miley has revealed herself to be a fan of Madonna's new album Rebel Heart, posting a picture on Sunday of her recreating the album's artwork.

bitch i'm dj tweaker titz @madonna

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Madonna was obviously flattered, reposting the pic with the caption, "B**ch i love you!❤️#rebelheart."

Though Miley took her infatuation one step further, posting a picture of  her face Photoshopped onto Madonna's iconic Chanel ad with Michael Jackson.

@madonna unapologetic bitches forever

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The 56-year-old Material Girl appears to be in a celebratory mood as she prepares for her 13th album Rebel Heart to drop on March 15, even shouting out her sometimes frenemy Lady Gaga on Monday.

Madonna surprisingly posted a Photoshopped picture of Lady Gaga with the Rebel Heart face netting over her face, writing, "Love this ❤️#rebelheart ❤️i said love and i meant it! #livingforlove." But Lady Gaga has yet to shout out the Material Girl à la Miley.

Love this ❤️#rebelheart ❤️i said love and i meant it! #livingforlove

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It could have something to do with a rumored Gaga diss on new track "Two Steps Behind," though Madonna's manager Guy Oseary recently squashed those rumors. The lyrics include, "You're a copycat, get back/ I'm always on your mind."

"That song is NOT about Gaga or anyone in particular," Oseary told fans in a recent Twitter Q&A. "She has NO ill will towards Gaga. It’s nonsense. She was listening to [Gaga's] Tony Bennett duet album last week and appreciating it."

Madonna herself weighed in, also slamming the rumors.

"[There] are People that are so hateful. they want to create feuds between strong women that do not exist!" she posted. "I do not wish ill will towards any other female artist and i never have! The World is big enough for all of us!"

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Though we know at least one genuinely big fan of Lady Gaga -- her longtime boyfriend actor Taylor Kinney, who Gaga says "cries" when she's on-stage.

Watch the surprising confession in the video below: