Madonna, 62, flashes boobs at NYC Pride Weekend event
Pop legend Madonna barely left anything to the imagination as she performed at a Pride event while rocking a see-through mesh top and an arrangement of leather harnesses.
The 62-year-old 'Material Girl' donned a skin-baring vintage Tripp NYC top and paired it with leather shorts and a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier corset. She completed the look with a glossy blue wig and long pink fingerless gloves as she performed at the Boom Boom Room to kick off New York City’s Pride weekend on Thursday night, June 24, Page Six reported.
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The 'Papa Don't Preach' hitmaker raised eyebrows as she donned bondage-inspired harnesses that appeared to read "Not My President" in sequined letters across the back. It's worth noting, however, that she has been a vocal critic of former president Donald J Trump.
Among the partygoers was Bravo host Andy Cohen, who listened to Madonna perform her hits 'Hung Up' and 'I Don’t Search I Find'. Cohen shared an Instagram Story of her performance, showing the songstress' braless style that left her breasts on full display, according to Page Six.
Madonna had announced her appearance at the Meatpacking District’s Standard Hotel on Instagram earlier in the day. She said she would also be auctioning off Polaroids of herself to benefit three NYC-based organizations: Ali Forney Center, Haus of US and The Door. The Queen of Pop even let her followers take a sneak peek at her racy photoshoot with Ricardo Gomes, featuring snaps of herself in fishnets, harnesses and red velvet gloves.
Madonna shared several NSFW photos prior to the event, posting one of her signature selfies in a black bra and urging her followers to “Pray with me in The Temple of Pride.”
Gomes shot a Pride weekend-themed video of Madonna, titled “No Fear, Courage, Resist," premiered Thursday night in Times Square.
The 'Material Girl' singer took to Instagram Stories and said she was “throwing this party because Pride needs to be celebrated with a community of people who understand and know the meaning of oppression and fighting for freedom!” Adding, “I can never forget that NYC and the LGBTQ+ Community gave me life from day one!"
“It is crazy, but with all the sacrifices, all the marching in the streets, all the protests, all the compromises, all the lives lost, all the relentless negotiations and all the bills being passed by legislation, the LGBTQ community is still fighting for their rights and their freedom," she told The Cut in a statement. "It is at this very time, as Republicans in the Senate are trying to set us back by stalling bills being passed, that we must never let our guard down and think, 'Oh it’s done. The fight is over.'"
"I am just going to keep fighting, fighting for what I believe in and helping others to give them a voice and fight for what they believe in," she added.
This comes shortly after Madonna heralded her return to New York City with a steamy bathroom selfie. Having said that, the Big Apple party wasn't her only Pride performance. She is reportedly also featured in fellow pop sensation Miley Cyrus' Pride special on Peacock, according to Page Six.