Two peas in a pod. Sorry, make that two Leos at NBC Studio 6-B.

At least that's Madonna saw things on June 8, when Jimmy Fallon finally made her dream of meeting President Barack Obama come true by inviting the Queen of Pop and the Leader of the Free World on "The Tonight Show."

The pair shared a moment backstage at 30 Rockefeller Center in New York, where they were both on hand to tape the show's June 9 episode. And Madge was more than ready to document it, captioning the pic, "A meeting of the Leo's!" and "A Cosmic Convergence!"

She channeled a mid-'90s No Doubt-era Gwen Stefani for the get-together, rocking pleated plaid pants, a tie and a menswear-inspired top.

Though she looked content in the first photo, an earlier pic she shared showed Madonna looking uncharacteristically nervous. The cat apparently got her tongue, too -- peep the caption below:

Speaking to Us Weekly last year, the 57-year-old singer named the 54-year-old president as the person she'd most like to meet in the world.

"When the heck am I going to meet him?" she asked the mag.

"He just needs to invite me to the White House already. He probably thinks I'm too shocking to be there. I'm serious. If I was a little bit more demure … or if I was just married to Jay Z. Hey, if Jay would only take me as his second wife, then I'd score an invitation. "

On the other hand, it looks like she already has a couple fans in the White House. The day before the "Tonight Show" taping, Madonna posted yet another Obama shout-out -- a photo of the POTUS and FLOTUS wearing the Material Girl's merch.

Aww....You guys are so sweet. See you soon xoxo! 🇺🇸 @jimmyfallon

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Alas, that's the one that got her in trouble with a few Insta-trolls. While the caption reads, "Aww…. You guys are so sweet. See you soon xoxo!" the pic appears to be Phootshopped and some of her followers weren't having it.

Calling the prank "desperate," "immature and childish," and worse, haters slammed the singer for making light of the presidential power couple.

Given that Obama was the first president in the history of the United States to drop the mic, we're guessing he doesn't mind.