Expressing Herself? Madonna Tries To Relive Her Youth By Partying It Up In Fishnet Stockings
You'll never be able to take the party out of the party girl! Madonna may be 63, but on the night of Tuesday, April 19, she was living it up like a college kid.
The legendary singer shared photos on Instagram of her wild night out, where she wore a sheer and corset-style black top, black shorts, fishnet stockings, hand gloves and a pair of sunglasses. "Coachella on a Tuesday …………🎉🎉🍾🍾💃🕺🏽🔥🔥🔥," she captioned the set, which also showed her drinking wine and dancing with friends, including Tiffany Haddish, 42.
The mom-of-six's recent behavior has been alarming fans, as she's been using heavy filters in her social media posts, leading some to believe that she may have had more plastic surgery done.
Additionally, as OK! previously reported, the star has been stirring the pot as she tries to get the ball rolling on her biopic. To start, an insider said that the women who are auditioning to play the Grammy winner are being put "through the wringer," as she has them "read, sing and dance for her and even do a choreography boot camp."
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At the moment, the top contenders are Inventing Anna's Julia Garner, 28, and Euphoria actress Alexa Demie, 31.
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Madonna is also calling the shots when it comes to the script. "After the deadline flew by, Madonna hired a new writer and then [reworked] the film from the ground up," dished the insider. "The studio wants something simple, but she’s going for something a lot more artsy." And while she may not appear in the movie, she does want to "record the most epic original song for the film."
It's no surprise that the "Material Girl" songstress — who also plans to direct the piece — is going all out for the flick, as she has her sights set on awards season.
"Madonna has put everything in her music career on hold to completely focus for the next year making her upcoming biopic the perfect Oscar movie," a source exclusively spilled to OK!. "In Madonna's mind, she has accomplished everything to the highest standard aside from film. She knows that directing her biopic could be her last chance for Oscar gold. She’s pulling out all the stops and will use every ounce of her power to make it happen."