Madonna more than dropped trou in front of a camera when she was 18 years old... she went au naturel, and TMZ has the photos that are about to hit the auction block.
Gotta Have Rock and Roll -- the same guys that had Tupac's confession letter to M -- will auction off a bunch of Madge's earliest known original nude pics with original negatives and copyrights. To be exact ... 108 images and each with an opening bid between $800 and $1,200.
The pics show Madonna at the Art World Institute of Creative Arts where photographer Cecil I. Taylor got behind the lens. Madonna met the photographer when she lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
There's also young M's signature -- along with Cecil's -- on the model release form she signed on May 19, 1977. It's also up for bid, and it all goes down Wednesday.
Madonna has fought tooth and nail to keep other items off the auction block, including her underwear and a letter to Tupac.
When Azzedine Alaïa passed away on Saturday, Madonna and many other stars who worked with him paid their respects to the couturier and shoe designer. Madonna posted a picture of them together, taken by Steven Meisel in the 90s. In her Bad Girl video, she had also referenced Alaïa, when the suit that she takes out of the closet wore his name tag.
On Sunday, Madonna posted a video in which she covers the song 'Can't Help Falling In Love' by Elvis Presley, while sitting in the stairwell of her Lisbon residence. She dedicates the impromptu performance to the late Alaïa.
In another post, she is joined by her son David.
Who's that girl? It's Madonna... or is it?
In a new video promoting her MDNA skincare line, the icon appears to be revisiting three of the most legendary looks from her storied career ― the "Hung Up" music video, the "Living for Love" music video, and the cone bra from the Blonde Ambition Tour.
"Over the years I've had the opportunity to embody many personas ― to express myself but remain myself," Madonna purrs in a voice-over before daring viewers to "take a deeper look" and ultimately declaring that she wants to start a "revolution of being who you are."
The irony? The star of the video is actually "RuPaul's Drag Race" fave Milk, who pulls off a stunningly convincing impersonation of the queen of pop.
"From having my makeup done by Aaron Henrikson, to my hair, to secretly getting to try on the original Jean Paul Gaultier cone bra, shooting the MDNA SKIN campaign video was surreal," Milk said in a press release sent to HuffPost. "To be a part of this, for someone who has always epitomized the ideals of being different and unique, was a dream come true."
To learn more about the MDNA skincare line, head here. For more from Milk, who will be starring on the upcoming "RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 3," head here.
Madonna's children get the best lullabies at bed time, if the singer's latest video is any indication.
The Grammy winner, 59, shared a cover of Elliott Smith's Between the Bars on her Twitter page, where she's softly singing and playing guitar during a late-night music session.
"Strumming my favorite song when everyone else is asleep," she captioned the black and white video posted early Thursday, adding the hashtags #prayer #lullaby and #love.
This isn't the first time Madonna has expressed her love for the track off Smith's 1997 album Either/Or. In a 2006 interview with Q magazine, she named Between the Bars as the song from the last 20 years she wished she'd written.
She also covered the tune at a 2013 screening of the short film#SecretProjectRevolution. The singer was dragged into the room by men dressed as prison guards. Halfway through the performance, she was accompanied by a masked dancer dressed head-to-toe in black—who just happened to be her son Rocco.
Madonna is not the only one in her family who loves doing their own rendition of a good tune.
The music icon recently shared a video of her son David Banda jamming out to her 1983 hit Holiday while in the car.
"Go David! Its your birthday!!! We gonna party! Like its your birthday!!" the proud mom tweeted. "It's time to Celebrate!"↑ Back to top of page