Bombed for the very first time! Forced laughter and awkward silences during Madonna's 'seriously un-funny' first stand-up routine on The Tonight Show Stand-up routine on The Tonight Show on Thursday branded 'a bomb' Singer said she was a 'closet comedian' always wanted to do stand-up Her jokes were about dating younger men and her art collection 'I crack myself up,' she said at one point. She's the queen of reinvention who has tried her hand at many a field outside her record-breaking pop career, from acting to business and philanthropy. She's even opened a chain of gyms. But the consensus seems to be in on Madonna's turn at comedy: she's just not funny. The 56-year-old, who describes herself as a 'closet comedian', has been lambasted for her first-ever stand-up routine while taking over The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday. Awkward: Madonna performs a stand-up on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Thursday, however the routine did not go down too well Madonna's had an absolute mare of it on live TV hasn't she?! The singer took that infamous tumble during her Brits performance and now she's bombed slightly during her stand up routine on The Today Show. Yo yo: The 56-year-old singer described herself as a 'closet comedian' before getting up for an 'impromptu' stand up routine. She told jokes about dating a 26-year-old man and her collection of Andy Warhol paintings During her interview with Jimmy told him how she 'was not cool enough' for her kids. 'They remind me everyday how uncool I am. They tell me everyday that I can't be basic. ''Mom, that's so basic.''' she said. She reminisced fondly of her early days in the music business when there were no expectations. The singer contrasted her early years trying to make it New York City to today's artists with social media at their fingertips. 'You had to take cassette tapes to clubs. You had to do shows and perform live,' she said After the sit-down interview, she closed by performing Bitch I'm Madonna, a song from her new album., Rebel Heart. The performance featured DJ Diplo and a posse of back-up dancings snaking through the halls of 30 Rock.