AceShowbiz - Madonna has spread her legs while wearing a sizzling bodysuit. A few days after posting sultry bedroom photos on her social media page, the "Material Girl" hitmaker shared a new video, which featured her racy pose, from her recent trip to Lisbon.
On Friday, November 10, the 65-year-old Queen of Pop uploaded via Instagram a never-before-seen video consisting of a series of pictures, which were taken when she was in Lisbon. One of the photos saw her putting one of her legs up in the air while holding it with one of her hands. In the meantime, her other leg was spreaded in an opposite direction.
In the particular photo, Madonna was striking a pose on a vintage sofa. She was wearing a revealing black bodysuit that came with corset and low-cut design as well as sheer black lace on its upper part. The onesuit also had a red satin veil on its mid part.
The "Like a Virgin" singer wore the bodysuit with a black hat, a pair of matching high boots with towering heels and black fishnet tights. She accessorized the look with a pair of earrings and put on bold makeup, including red lipstick. In addition, her long blonde hair was styled into two braids while her fingernails were polished in black color.
The video also saw Madonna posing on what appeared to be a dining table while sporting a metallic rose gold catsuit with a colorful hat and performing in front of her devotees in Lisbon. Along with the clip, she wrote in the caption of the post, "From Lisbon With Love………. #madonnacelebrationtour."
The new footage was released amid Madonna's busy schedule due to her "Celebration Tour". She kicked off the tour on October 14 in London after postponing a number of dates because of her health issue. During her first show, she opened up about surviving the health problem. "I didn't think I would make it, and neither did my doctors. That's why I woke up with all of my children sitting around me," she shared.
Madonna further recounted, "I forgot five days of my life, or my death, I don't really know where I was. But the angels were protecting me. And my children were there. And my children always save me, every time. If you want to know how I pulled through and how I survived, I thought, I have got to be there for my children. I have to survive for them."