Madonna gets down and dirty in red negligee ahead of Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame ceremony

She’s the ultimate Material Girl.

Madonna struck a pose on her hands and knees while wearing a red and black lacy lingerie-inspired dress ahead of attending the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame fan day in Cleveland Thursday.

The “Vogue” singer, 65, shared the sultry look on her Instagram Story, revealing the black lacy neckline and hem on the satin slip.

Madge, 65, paired her outfit with fishnet tights and black leather boots with a red heel and white laces in the back.

“Whts up Cleveland? It’s my special day at the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland today! Check it out!” Madonna captioned the snaps.

The Queen of Pop — who was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008 — also wears the racy negligee on stage as one of her many “Celebration” Tour outfits.

The “Vogue” songstress showed off her sultry look on her Instagram Story, revealing a black and red satin dress with lace finishes. Madonna / Instagram

Madonna performed at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland Thursday, hitting the stage in several iconic looks, including tons of corsets, which appear to even be her go-to look when she isn’t working.

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The “Like a Virgin” hitmaker kicked off her World tour in London on Oct. 14 following her hospitalization for a bacterial infection in June 2023.

She also wears the racy look on stage for her “Celebration” Tour. Matthew Rettenmund /

At the time, she was found unresponsive and admitted to the intensive care unit after “strenuously rehearsing” for 12 hours ahead of her tour, an insider previously told Page Six.

She was originally set to start her highly anticipated tour in Vancouver on July 15 but ultimately postponed the dates in light of her health scare.

But it wasn’t long until Madonna was straight back to rehearsals in August after regaining her strength and slowly starting to dance again.

Madonna is known for her iconic looks, which also features several corsets. Matthew Rettenmund /

The “Material Girl” hitmaker opened up about her hospitalization during her December performance at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, admitting it was a  “f—king miracle” she was alive.

However, the seven-time Grammy winner’s tour hasn’t been smooth sailing as she angered fans while performing at the same event center days later for arriving two hours late to perform.

Madonna was later hit with a lawsuit for “false advertising” by a few concert-goers arguing she should’ve taken the stage at 8:30 p.m. and not 10:30 p.m.