Madonna turned heads as she stepped out for a night at the theater in New York on Saturday.
The 63-year-old Queen of Pop stunned in a sheer black dress she wore over a black bra with high-waisted black underwear when she was seen leaving MJ: The Musical at the Neil Simon Theater in Midtown Manhattan.
The music icon’s long-sleeved, high-necked dress featured a floral pattern and hung at her ankles.
Eye-catching: Madonna turned heads as she stepped out for a night at the theater in New York on Saturday
The Like A Prayer hitmaker accessorized silver cross earrings and layers of necklaces, several of which had silver cross pendants.
She added several gold and silver bracelets and donned black leather fingerless gloves that were embossed with silver crosses.
The superstar also wore a large “M” diamond ring and an “Evil Eye” manicure.
Fashionable: The 63-year-old pop queen stunned in a sheer black dress she wore over a black bra with high-waisted black underwear when she was spotted leaving MJ: The Musical at the Neil Simon Theater in Midtown Manhattan
The seven-time Grammy Award winner wore chunky black patent leather boots and a rectangular black leather handbag with a black shoulder bag.
The blonde beauty wore her long locks parted in the center and down in loose waves and accentuated her pout with deep mauve lipstick.
Madonna shielded her eyes with a pair of fashion-forward dark glasses as she left the theater to her waiting SUV.
Gothic style: The Like A Prayer hitmaker accessorized with silver cross earrings and layers of necklaces, many of which had silver cross pendants
The mother of six linked arms with a pal who wore a white sailor hat embroidered with a blue anchor.
As she sat in the back of the SUV, Madonna playfully stuck her tongue out and chatted with her friend.
MJ: The Musical, which follows the life and career of pop legend Michael Jackson, premiered on Broadway in February.
The play garnered 10 Tony Award nominations and won in four categories, including Best Actor in a Musical for Myles Frost in the lead role, as well as Best Choreography, Best Lighting Design and Best Sound Design. .
Good times: As she sat in the back of the SUV, Madonna playfully stuck her tongue out and chatted with her friend
Madonna and Michael Jackson both shot to fame in the 1980s and briefly sparked romance rumors when they attended the 1991 Academy Awards together.
Meanwhile, the Evita star recently admitted that she’s been working really hard to get the next film about her life and career perfect.
“I ended it, but it’s like cutting off my limbs,” she told Variety.
All me: The Evita star recently admitted that she was working very hard to make the next film about her life and career perfect
It has been reported that Inventing Anna star Julia Garner, 28, will play the role of Material Girl hitmaker, although nothing is confirmed yet.
And Madonna said she came to make the film because she was tired of men wanting to tell her story in a misogynistic way.
She told Variety, “I’ve had an amazing life, I have to make an amazing movie.”
“It was also a preemptive strike because a lot of people were trying to make movies about me. Mostly misogynistic men. So I stepped in the door and said, ‘Nobody’s going to tell my story, except me.”
Hard at work: ‘I ended it, but it’s like cutting off my limbs,’ she told Variety
The Like A Virgin hitmaker has also ruled out selling the rights to its back catalog like Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen and Neil Young have done recently.
She told the outlet, “Because these are my songs. Ownership is everything isn’t it?
In 2021, Madonna released a snare version of her 1998 hit Frozen after it went viral on TikTok, and four remixes followed.
Star playing a star: Julia Garner, seen here in June, is said to headline the film
This came after the music legend announced plans to reissue his old catalog.
She explained, “I’m just looking for interesting and fun ways to re-release my catalog and introduce my music to a new generation.”
And the Vogue singer has hinted that she plans to go on tour again.
Madonna added: “All of this with Frozen was so much fun, but I woke up one day and said, ‘I’m sick of living in the past! I want to go on tour again, I’m a scene creature. This is my happy place.
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