Legendary artist Madonna has wowed fans with her most recent racy photoshoot.
The award-winning singer, who is known for her outlandish fashion style and vocal prowess, made fans yearn for more after she shared photos of herself wearing risqué attire and sporting a new hair color.
The snaps of the singer were taken in a fancy bathroom with sparkling black tiles and mirrors. She struck several sizzling stances in each photo, exuding sex appeal and body confidence. Madonna has also achieved a new milestone in the music world following years of dropping stellar projects.
Read below for more detail.
Madonna In A Corset And Fishnets
Madonna recently took to Instagram to share jaw-dropping pictures of herself to the delight of her fans. The 64-year-old, who looked like she had not aged a day, chose a rad location, her toilet, for the sexy photo shoot.
While her photo shoot location seemed unconventional, it ultimately showed off Madonna’s knack for conjuring beautiful styles and poses without even breaking a sweat. “Sometimes you just have to lock yourself in the bathroom,” the singer, 64, hilariously captioned the photos.
The acclaimed “Queen of Pop” wore a black corset, fishnet stockings, and black stilettos in the photographs. She completed the ensemble with pink hair and several diamond pieces from luxury dealers, including Antichità Petrone, AMG Diamonds, and Richie Rich.
In one of the photos, the singer donned a sweater with a spiral design on its center. Another featured her lying close to the toilet as if she was having a hangover, as she fashioned out the best use of the closeted spot.
Fans Are In Love With The Pics
Fans trooped into the singer’s comment section to gush about the racy photo shoot and express their love for the “Vogue” crooner.
“What the f–k [?] I can’t pick a single pic to share they’re all so good,” one fan said, while another follower wrote, “In LOVE with your pink hair!! Seriously, that color and length suit you so well.”
Another follower gushed, “I am and always will be in love. Myself and some friends talked about who we feel is the most influential artist, and I always say you.”
One more fan wrote, “Wow, love your new hair color, looks phenomenal and fantastic, we all love you forever, the Queen forever of the universe every day and forever. Hugs kisses.”
The risqué photoshoot has garnered almost half a million likes since Madonna shared the photo on her Instagram page, which boasts 18.5 million followers.
Madonna On The Creative Process Behind Her Music
For fans who have followed Madonna over the years, they have come to expect the constant glitz and glam mixed with the unconventional in her photo shoots and music videos. In the same vein, they have become accustomed to anticipating excellent music whenever the singer publishes a new project.
In a recent interview with Paper Magazine, Madonna described the creative process behind the production of her songs. The singer revealed that she plans her music in a way that would connect with the audience during her concerts.
She said: “Performance is part of it. A lot of times when I do make music in the studio, I always think about how I am going to perform it. Do you know what I mean? What’s it going to be like doing this on stage? How am I going to move to it? How am I going to connect to the audience?”
Madonna Achieved A New Milestone
All that hard work over the years helped Madonna garner wealth and legendary status among music lovers worldwide. She recently attained a new career high of being the first woman to have a project of hers feature on the Billboard 200 top 10 albums every decade since the release of her debut album, “Madonna.”
Per Billboard, the singer has had a total of 23 top 10s, of which nine have reached number one. The list includes “Like a Virgin,” “True Blue,” “Like a Prayer,” “Music,” “American Life,” “Confessions on a Dance Floor,” “Hard Candy,” “MDNA,” and “Madame X.”
Madonna is also the 10th person since the 1980s to reach the illustrious milestone. All nine acts who came before her were either solo performers or members of groups.