Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 27 December 2014

Madonna curvaceous in corset

Lourdes and Madonna

Madonna wore a provocative purple corset and towering blonde wig for her French Revolution-themed party on Saturday.

The pop icon celebrated her 55th birthday with a French Revolution-themed party at a chateau in the South of France on Saturday. Madonna is no stranger to wearing outrageous outfits and embraced the theme. She wore an extravagantly provocative purple garment that showed off her lean legs and cleavage. Her look was accessorised with an impressive towering blonde curly wig, similar to one French queen Marie Antoinette sported.

Madonna also wore a black heart-shaped eye patch over her left eye and ensured she stayed cool with a vintage purple paper fan. She kept her make-up look fairly simple with lashings of mascara and baby pink lips.

The singer happily posed for a series of photographs with friends, and was snapped straddling her 25-year-old boyfriend Brahim Zaibat. Brahim also got into the spirit of the bash, wearing a tall grey wig, waistcoat and white frilly shirt that showed off his midriff.

“Perhaps we had too much Cale! But at my Birthday Party all I could see was LOVE (sic),” Madonna posted online along with an Instagram shot of herself at the party.

“Perhaps I had too much Champagne! I meant to write CAKE!” Madonna later added.

The star was presented with an impressive five-tiered birthday cake with sparklers during the party, which was catered by luxury bakery Ladurée.

Madonna’s other guests also clearly enjoyed the decadent theme and wore an elaborate array of masks and wigs. Vintage make-up was also on show, with ladies sporting highly powdered faces with rosy red cheeks and lips.

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