Madonna showed that she still knows how to have fun as she was seen rocking the electric guitar in her latest Instagram post.
The singer, 63, labelled herself ‘Fundonna’ after slipping into a racy sheer top and a matching hat for the video, which she shared with her 17.6 million Instagram followers on Monday.
The Queen of Pop showed off her many talents in the quirky video and captioned the post: ‘I’m A Social Anthropologist………… I’m a Film maker! I am Fundonna!!’
‘Fundonna’: Madonna, 63, showed that she still knows how to have fun as she was seen rocking the electric guitar in her latest Instagram post
Madonna posed for a series of stylish shots that she posted to her Instagram Stories, claiming they were for ‘research’ purposes.
The Like A Virgin singer donned the racy sheer black top that flashed a glimpse of her bra, and accessorised with a black biker’s cap with a gold-lined visor.
Her signature blonde locks were styled poker straight and her neck decorated with a plethora of quirky chains.
In the video she can be seen joking around and said: ‘I’m not gonna quite my day job… I mean or maybe I should’
Nailed it: The Queen of Pop rocked the electric guitar in a quirky video she put together which showed off her musical talent
Incredible: Madonna posed in a gothic glam ensemble, including a sheer black jumper and leather trousers which showed off her age-defying figure
Madonna showed fans she still has amazing musical talent even after being in the industry for almost four decades.
The pop icon has been making the most of Instagram filters as she looked incredibly youthful in her latest Instagram posts.
It comes after fans were shocked by her heavily-filtered snaps on Sunday that made her look like a teenager according to fans.
Wow: It comes after fans lauded that Madonna still boasts the ageless complexion of a teenager, while reacting to her latest set of Instagram snaps
Madonna shared a series of snaps enjoying a glass of wine and a vape.
Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Tryin to Make a Movie…………….It’s Really Hard!’ and also shared a photo of the camera she was using.
But fans were less concerned about the star’s upcoming project and more focused on her youthful looking appearance in the heavily filtered images.
One user commented: ‘She looks about 16,’ while another said the hitmaker had a ‘baby face’.
Another fan called Madonna a ‘Goddess,’ while another added that she looked ‘unbelievable’.
Other fans accused the singer of photoshop, saying: ‘Show us your real face please,’ while one added: ‘She is completely different’.
Looking good: The singer wowed fans with a series of filtered images (pictured left), which were a far cry from her usual appearance (right in 2021)
Madonna is currently in the process of working on a biopic of her life and recently revealed she was holding auditions for the project.
‘Auditions for my film are a Surreal experience,’ she wrote alongside a video of herself dancing to her hit song Burning Up.
The singer-songwriter announced last September that she is co-directing and co-writing the forthcoming film, which she has described as a ‘visual autobiography.’
Then in October, Madonna posted a series on snaps on Instagram, where she shared how she was nearing the end of writing, alongside one shot of her laying on the floor looking through the pages of the script.
Project: Madonna is currently working on a biopic of her life and recently revealed she was holding auditions for the project
‘Grateful for the success of Madame ❌, that my script is almost finished, and for the support of my beautiful children! While laying on this gorgeous Rug by Alexander McQueen!’ she wrote in the caption that included the hashtag: ‘#erincressidawilson (Erin Cressida Wilson).
Wilson, an American playwright known for the film Secretary (2002) and The Girl On The Train (2016), is reportedly working on the script with Madonna, according to NME.
Diablo Cody, who won an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay in 2007 for Juno, is also reportedly working on the project.
Film: Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Tryin to Make a Movie…………….It’s Really Hard!’
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