Madonna puts on racy display in thigh-high stockings for raunchy photoshoot

Madonna made sure all eyes were on her when she uploaded her latest scorching snap on social media.

The Like A Virgin singer is known for breaking boundaries with her bold and sexy outfits, and it’s fair to say she didn’t disappoint with her recent upload to Instagram.

On Sunday (November 20), the auburn beauty, 64, set tongues wagging as she posed up a storm in thigh-high stockings and heeled boots.

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She paired the jaw-dropping look with a floral minidress which struggled to conceal her killer curves as she crawled around her lavish bathroom.

The pop star’s blue and green minidress featured a black lacy corset detailing around her waist which complimented her black stockings.

Madonna styled her luscious long locks in a centre parting which she plaited in a number of braids that fell past her shoulders.

She completed the look with a slew of gold necklaces layered on top of each other as she put on a racy display for her 18.6million followers.

The mum-of-six captioned the post: “I like to read” before she shared a snap taken from above where she was seen lying down on top of a foot stool with her legs in the air.

In another shot Madonna risked being banned from Instagram as she posed topless wearing nothing but a black corset and a pair of black lacy knickers.

She attempted to protect her modesty by covering her ample assets with her $3,000 Balenciaga handbag which nearly breached the Instagram’s strict no-nudity policy.

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It comes after the chart-topper asked trolls not to “bully” her on social media after 50 Cent criticised her for posting sexy videos and called her “grandma”.

Back in May, the loving mum was banned from going live on Instagram after continually breaking the app’s rules with her nude posts.

The singer expressed her outrage after discovering she was unable to broadcast live to her 18 million followers for “going against Community Guidelines” on the app, with a later message reminding users not to “spam” or “post nudity”.


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