More like Madame X-rated.
Madonna, 62, looked age-defying Friday, as she posed topless for a photo posted to her Instagram.
The “Like a Prayer” songstress channeled her 1990s “Sex” days as she wore nothing but a collection of gold necklaces and pendants in the shot — including one emblazoned with the title of her 14th studio album, “Madame X.”
“Why do I have to Explain Everything……..,…….🐰,” the queen of pop captioned the pic.
Madonna’s piercing blue eyes popped against her long blond locks that draped over her naked bosom.
She finished off the look with a subtle nude lip gloss and smoky eyes.
Several of Madonna’s famous friends took to her Instagram to praise the singer on her beauty.
Ariana Grande shared a bunch of white heart emojis, Riccardo Tisci posted several flame emojis and Michelle Visage commented, “LOOOOOOVE.”
Her fans also applauded Madonna’s striking photo series.
“It’s just perfect,” one person commented.
“The more beautiful woman on earth,” added another.
The natural photo comes after she was accused of posting quite the opposite, a pic where her face appeared to be Photoshopped onto another woman’s body, to her Instagram last week.
Nevertheless, posing nude is nothing new for Madonna.
She caused a stir in 1992 when she released “Sex,” a book of nude and sexually explicit photographs of herself and other models.
Last year, she snapped a topless mirror selfie while wearing just black underwear.
And she’s not the only mature maiden bending age stereotypes by showing some skin.
In January, 55-year-old Elizabeth Hurley posed topless wearing nothing but a fur coat in an Instagram photo.
After Hurley received backlash for her racy pic, 55-year-old fellow model Paulina Porizkova also shared a nude photo the following month to send a message to all the ageist haters.
“Today, on a serious note, thoughts inspired by the brouhaha around a sexy photo of @elizabethhurley1 …,” Porizkova posted to social media at the time alongside the naked bedroom pic. “When I was in my twenties and thirties, the less I wore – the more popular I was. In my forties, I could walk around practically naked and illicit nothing more than a ticket for public indecency.”
She continued, “At fifty, I am reviled for it. ‘Put on your clothes, grandma.’”