Kim Kardashian and Madonna Just Sat Down for an Intimate Chat About Beauty

And so many selfies.

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It's official: Everyone wants a selfie with Kim Kardashian—even the biggest celebrities in the world. The reality star snapped selfies with music icon Madonna during their recent conversation at an MDNA SKIN event at YouTube Space LA in Los Angeles.

"You guys don’t even understand my love for this woman @madonna,
Kim wrote in a caption of one of their gorgeous selfies on Instagram. "When I was 8 years old Allison & I watched her shoot her Cherish music video in Malibu on the beach shot by Herb Ritz. In 1989 She was also my neighbor & gave Kourtney & I a box of neon jewelry & black rubber bracelets. We went to school bragging hard but no one believed us! I’ve looked up to her always & now I get the best skin care advice from her! Obsessed with @mdnaskin rose mist & the eye mask OMG it’s the best. Can’t wait for you to watch our intimate chat on YouTube Follow @kkwbeauty for all of the details."

Madonna shared her own Snapchat-filtered selfie with Kim a few days ago, essentially announcing their friendship to the world. Madonna even captioned the picture with an explosion of emojis, truly hitting that millennial note.

"And we make cute 🐭🐭! Thank you @kimkardashian and all the folks @mdnaskin 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕💕," she wrote.

The pair took the stage for an intimate conversation about beauty (what else?), which Kim teased on her KKW account.

She promises the full video is coming ~soon~, whatever that means.

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