Madonna puts on a steamy display with TOPLESS dancer in Brazil

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Madonna is bringing her Celebration Tour to a close in grand fashion with a free concert at Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

The Material Girl was on the stage conducting a sound check to make sure everything goes smoothly on Saturday for her come show time.

The much-anticipated show could tally up to 1.5 million fans on the beach.

Despite this being a session to work out any potential issues that may arise, the pop superstar, 65, appeared to be taking this more like an actual show as she gave it her all in a rather steamy performance with a topless dancer. 

The singer even went in for a kiss as the pair stared passionately into each other’s eyes and wrapped their arms around one another.  

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Madonna (born Madonna Louise Ciccone) sang snippets of her songs to backing music while decked out in a stylish all-black outfit and a green balaclava mask.

The Queen Of Pop also added some of the extra fashion touches her fans would expect that includes fishnet stockings, a black lace gloves that covered most of her arms and bulky leather boots.

The pop icon rehearsed intensely, like she typically does, surrounded by an assortment of international dancers and musicians.

While the megastar singer wore a balaclava mask on stage as she put on a very raunchy display while practicing her jaw-dropping performance, she also wore a knee brace for rehearsals to help avoid any injuries. 

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