Madonna, 62, cozies up to boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 27, on IG

Madonna, 62, puts on a busty display in a formfitting designer dress while cozying up to boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams, 27… after teasing long awaited Madame X tour doc coming to Paramount+

She recently sent fans into a frenzy by releasing a trailer for her highly-anticipated Paramount+ music documentary Madame X, which documents her most recent tour.

But Madonna clued fans in on her offstage antics on Saturday afternoon in a trio of snapshots uploaded to Instagram, captured by acclaimed photographer Mert Alas.

In one shot, the 62-year-old superstar can be seen holding a bottle of gin up to her mouth while putting on a busty display in a fitted designer dress.

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Madonna’s sexy getup featured visible boning on the bodice and a Renaissance-style portrait plastered across the front of it.

‘Secret Garden Party,’ captioned the hitmaker, referencing to her backdrop of seemingly endless greenery and towering flowers.

She concluded the slideshow with an image of herself cozying up to her 27-year-old boyfriend Ahlamalik Williams.

The Like A Virgin songstress can be seen with her head pressed against his chest, while he held onto the small of her back with one hand and a cocktail glass in the other.

Action! Madonna’s Madame X tour documentary is set to premiere on Paramount+ in October

Eye spy: The doc will follow the diva, 62, during her tour as her secret agent alter ego and is set to premiere in the US, Canada and Australia on October 8 

Just days prior, Madonna teased her long awaited Madame X concert film, 30 years after the release of her iconic movie Truth Or Dare which revolutionized the art of the music documentary. 

The doc will follow the diva during her tour as her secret agent alter ego and is set to premiere in the US, Canada and Australia on October 8, according to Deadline.

‘Sharing my vision with global audiences has been profoundly meaningful to me,’ Madonna said in a statement. 

‘The opportunity to bring its message and the incandescent artistry of all involved to an even wider audience comes at a time when music is so deeply needed to remind us of the sacred bond of our shared humanity,’ she went on. 

The Material Girl teased Madame X on her Instagram Thursday, posting a trailer while telling fans: ‘Madame ❌ is finally ready to disturb the Peace..,,,,,………..Streaming Oct 8th…,,,,,,,,,,,,Paramount +. Are you ready?’

Her vision: ‘Sharing my vision with global audiences has been profoundly meaningful to me,’ Madonna said in a statement

High energy: Filmed in Lisbon, Portugal, the film ‘captures the pop icon´s rare and rapturous tour performance,’ according to a press release

The quick clip is introduced with the aphorism: ‘Artists are here to disturb the peace’ on screen before diving into Madonna’s performances.

Filmed in Lisbon, Portugal, the film ‘captures the pop icon´s rare and rapturous tour performance,’ according to a press release. 

It features 48 on-stage performers including Madonna´s children, musicians and dancers from around the globe.

The film will take ‘viewers on a journey as compelling and audacious as Madonna´s fearless persona Madame X, a secret agent traveling around the world, changing identities, fighting for freedom and bringing light to dark places.’

Her last album, also called Madame X, hit the top spot of the Billboard 200 chart in 2019. 

Talent: It features 48 on-stage performers including Madonna´s children, musicians and dancers from around the globe

Journey: The film will take ‘viewers on a journey as compelling and audacious as Madonna´s fearless persona Madame X, a secret agent traveling around the world, changing identities, fighting for freedom and bringing light to dark places’

Madge also released a 22-minute documentary called The World of Madame X detailing the creation of the album.

The Madame X comes 30 years after the pop star’s groundbreaking documentary Truth or Dare offered a raunchy chronicle of her life ­during her Blond ­Ambition world tour.

And while it remains critically beloved by music buffs and pop culture aficionados, the singer admitted it’s hard for her to watch Truth Or Dare these days.

‘I’ve seen bits and pieces from it,’ she told Entertainment Weekly in 2019.

‘I sort of gag when I watch it, cause I’m like, ‘Oh my god, I can’t.’ It’s hard to watch myself do anything. I can’t even stand to watch myself in concert, like my last tour.’ 

Pushing boundaries: The Madame X comes 30 years after the pop star’s groundbreaking documentary Truth or Dare offered a raunchy chronicle of her life ­during her Blond ­Ambition world tour 

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