It seems Rob Lowe wanted to sleep with Madonna — not dance with her, as he writes in “Love Life,” the sequel to his bestselling 2011 memoir, "Stories I Only Tell My Friends". The Brat Pack star, who says the new book (due out April 8) is racier than his first; it tells of meeting Madonna after a show in Los Angeles in 1984.
Rob Lowe told to the New York Post...
"She was cute and she was young and she was single, and so I sat front-row … she was a revelation. Madonna would like to see you backstage, a security guard said as the house lights came up.
She had flawless skin and eyes that imparted secrets… she asked what movie I was working on and so I told her a little about ‘St. Elmo’s Fire,’ which I had just finished. ‘I play the bad boy,’ I said. Madonna just smiled. She seemed to like that."
Months later, they made a date to meet up at the Palladium, “a giant dance club that was filled with rabid ‘boy-toy’ doppelganger fans of both sexes. It was a madhouse…”
"Madonna and I were discussing where we would sneak off to at the end of the evening when she suddenly jumped up and said, ‘Let’s dance!’… ’I'll wait here,’ I said.
‘Suit yourself,’ she replied as she waded beyond the velvet rope into the fray."