Madonna has shocked fans after taking to Instagram to share a risqué photo of herself in just her undies while in lockdown.
The singer is following the trend of celebs posing in little to no clothing while stuck in isolation, with the 61-year-old posing in a sheer bra and black undies for the snap.
Madonna made it absolutely clear that she didn't care what people thought of the photo, captioning the snap: "Current Wardrobe Sitch... And for those of you who are offended in any way by this photo then I want to let you know that I have successfully graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given. Thanks for coming to my Graduation Ceremony! Class of 2020!"
Katy Perry referenced the caption with a commented on the snap, joking: "Omg I just enrolled at that college!"
Actress Debi Mazar also commented, saying: "Do your thing Ma," with a fire emoji.
Courtney Love added: "Girl, I told them to send you that diploma years ago (HOT AF)."
A fan wrote: "If someone is offended by this, they need to get off the Madonna train right now!"
While many of the comments were positive, some people suggested the singer was desperate for attention.
One user wrote: "This is very inappropriate," while another said, "Not offended but WHY?" Many others called her "grandma".
Madonna recently revealed she had tested positive for coronavirus antibodies, saying she's certain she contracted the virus while on tour.
In an instalment of her Quarantine Diaries on Instagram she said: "Took a test the other day and I found out that I have the antibodies."
"So tomorrow I’m just going to go for a long drive in the car, and I’m gonna roll down the window and I’m gonna breathe in the COVID-19 air. Yup. I hope the sun is shining."
She later clarified what she meant in another post saying: "When you test positive for anti-bodies it means you HAD the virus which I clearly did as I was sick at the end of my tour in Paris over 7 weeks ago along with many other artists in my show but at the time.
"We all thought we had a very bad flu. Thank God we are all healthy and well now."
The New York Times reports that while an antibody test can determine whether or not someone has previously been exposed to coronavirus, it doesn't mean that a person is completely immune to it.
In a since-deleted video she drew criticism after calling the virus "the great equaliser".
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