Madonna was too busy to wear corporate clothes for her 2003 appearance on Will & Grace.
Karen(Megan Mullally) completes a job in an office and meets Liz (Madonna), who then becomes her roommate, but according to executive producer Gary Janetti, the Queen of Pop would not dress down for the role.
On Wednesday''s episode of the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef, Janetti, 56, said she feels like a executive secretary.
So she was supposed to wear, you know, Anne Klein II suits with sneakers and be the kind of lady youd see on the subway. AndMadonnaas that is kind of funny, butMadonnadidnt want to wear any of those clothes.
Because Madge, now 63, was at the height of her fame at the time, she added her own closet and glam teams to the sitcom set.
Janetti continued to show her passion, but as a result, it was about half-hearted than it should have been.
Janetti admitted to ignoring if Madonna had a particularly good sense of humor and decided that trying to persuade her to wear her characters'' pre-selected clothes was not a conversation that would happen.
Because of Karen''s suggestions, he told Yontef, we needed to change shambles even though it wasn''t necessary.
I mean, she looked like Madonna. She was like a handsome, famous person, which wasn''t what the character said, but she was game when she was on the stage, and she was also funny.
Reps for the musician did not respond immediately to the Page Six Styles request for clarification.