Madonna - Fresh as a Daisy at Macy's

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Of course she chose to Dare! Madonna cheekily shows her underwear in sheer black gown at her new perfume launch
She's famous for being a risk-taker, and at the age of 53, Madonna doesn't seem to be slowing down any time soon. The Queen of Pop debuted her new fragrance today in New York City looking as racy as ever.

Though she's in her early fifties, the superstar confidently strutted onto the red-carpet wearing a see-through skirt.

Though her top half was clearly clad in a bodysuit, her legs were visible underneath the flimsy skirt.

She completed the seductive ensemble with black peep-toed pumps and a heavy cross pendant. Though it is now 22 years after her documentary, Truth or Dare, was filmed, the singer still looks as youthful as she did back in 1990.

She looked downright dewy as she launched her fragrance of the same name at Macy's today.

Perhaps her scent will sell as well as her recent album did. She scored the biggest selling debut album of 2012 in America when it was released last week.



MDNA sold an impressive 359,000 units, making it her eighth album to top the Billboard 200 albums chart.

She is set to embark on her US tour this summer.


Madonna’s “MDNA” sales may have plummeted in the new record’s second week of release, but the singer’s friends say it would be foolish to count the material girl out just yet.

“Can’t deny that there [was] a drop on the second week of sales, and a significant one, but I would not say the CD tanked,” Madonna’s longtime publicist, Liz Rosenberg, tells me, responding to reports that “MDNA” has crashed and burned. “It still has had the highest debut of 2012 and was number one in many countries. And the game ain’t over.”

“MDNA” sold a massive 359,000 copies when it debuted at number one, before sales fell 88 percent to a mere 46,000 copies in its second week.

This is Madonna’s 12th album in a 30-year career,” a friend of Madonna’s tells me. “She just beat Elvis’ record for number ones in the UK. That’s a career that anyone in the music business would kill to have. Plus, she did no traditional TV appearances to promote it. Just wait until her sold-out tour starts and more singles are released. That’s when Madonna will start pushing the CD hard.”

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