As the tour winds down, the group plays a game of truth or dare and Madonna is dared to perform fellatio on a glass bottle. She's then asked who has been the \"love of your life for your whole life\", to which she replies without hesitation, \"Sean. Sean\". She then invites her dancers and backup singers, one by one, to join her in bed, where she imparts \"words of wisdom\" to each. While the show's closing act, \"Keep It Together\", plays, a montage of Madonna saying good-bye to her dancers is shown. The film ends with a clip of Madonna telling director Alek Keshishian to go away and, \"Cut it, Alek! Cut it, Goddamnit!\"
In August 1990, after the film was finished, Madonna invited a group of friends, including Warren Beatty, to watch a rough cut in the screening room of Beatty's home. According to Taraborrelli, Beatty did not approve of the film; the next day, Madonna received a letter from his attorney demanding that certain scenes featuring Beatty be cut from the final version of the film, otherwise she would be sued; they came to an agreement in private and the scenes in question were removed from the movie. In tribute to the games of truth or dare Madonna and her entourage played during their breaks between shows, the working title was Truth or Dare: On the Road, Behind the Scenes and In Bed with Madonna, but Madonna felt it was too long and shortened it to Truth or Dare. Outside North America, the title was changed by Miramax Films to In Bed with Madonna, due to the game being relatively unknown in other countries. In a 2005 interview with Dermot O'Leary, Madonna said she disliked that title, calling it \"really naff\". 59ce067264