'Washington D.C. Shine your light on me!'

Madonna shared on her Instagram page these pictures and her thoughts from the third concert of the Rebel Heart Tour that took place in Washington DC last night:

'Washington D.C. Shine your light on me ❤ ‪#‎rebelhearttour'


'Getting Hitched in D.C 💘💘💘 ‪#‎willyoumarryme‬ ❤ ‪#‎rebelheartour'


'First show in America!! Thank you D.C. ❤ ‪#‎rebelhearttour'


'Living For Love in D.C. ❤ ‪#‎rebelhearttour‬'


Madonna's Instagram: 'Best birthday present ever!'

Madonna shared pictures from her birthday celebrations over the weekend on her Instagram page:

Gypsy Queen ️#livingforlove


'Gypsy Rosa birthday present ever! 💘💘🎉🎉💝💝❤ #rebelheart'


'Birthday Fun with Princess #1💘💘💘🎉'


'Thanks to all my ❤ #rebelheartfans for all your birthday wishes!!!! ❤ #livingforlove'


'This cake is everything! ❤ #rebelhearttour'


Madonna's Instagram: 'Goin on a safari!'

Madonna posted a series of pictures on her Instagram page showing off her pink tips and shouting out a message to the haters:

'Goin on a safari! ‪#‎bitchimmadonna‬'


'Right up to the roof top! ‪#‎bitchimmadonna‬ 💘‪#‎rebelheart'


'Shut up jealous bitches! I hope you are as fun loving and adventurous as me when you're my age!!!! Hahahhahaha let's see 👻👍🔛🐔🐔🐔🏂 ‪#‎bitchimmadonna‬ ❤ ‪#‎rebelheart‬'


Madonna Deletes Margaret Thatcher Message

Madonna has deleted an image of Margaret Thatcher from her Instagram account after fans blasted her for praising the controversial former UK Prime Minister.

The Like A Virgin hitmaker posted a picture alongside one of the late politician's famous quotes - 'If you set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing' - and added the caption, 'Thank you Margaret Thatcher! #unapolgetic #rebelheart'.

After posting the image, the star faced a backlash from followers who slammed her for lauding Thatcher, who was infamous for her divisive policies, which prompted both praise and vitriol following her death in 2013.

Madonna did not comment on the controversy but removed the photo and later posted a racy image of herself in underwear surrounded by roses, alongside the caption, 'He sent me roses begging my forgiveness. I said I'd think about it. These guys....'

Earlier this year, the star was blasted for sharing images of iconic leaders including Martin Luther King, Jr. and Nelson Mandela with their faces bound with black wire to replicate the cover of her latest album, Rebel Heart.