Madonna has undergone a dramatic transformation, ditching her signature blonde tresses for fire engine red hair and bleached eyebrows.
The Queen of Pop has given fans a preview of her new music video for her remixed version of her 2005 hit, Hung Up, featuring rapper Tokischa.
Madonna, 64, took to Instagram on Wednesday to share three photos from the set of the edgy shoot, all of which show her to be rocking a brand new hair color.
The Material Girl singer looked absolutely stunning after replacing her signature blonde tresses with a fiery red mane, proving once again there's no style she can't pull off. She captioned the post, "Finally Enough Love", adding a green emoji and tagging Tokischa to fully illustrate the message.
The exciting change comes not long after Madonna's new hair parting had fans in a frenzy, with many delighted to see the Grammy-winner splitting her locks down the middle of her scalp rather than at the side.
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Fans were quick to flood the comment section with their reactions to the popstar's red hair, with many posting fire emojis in celebration of the daring change.
It's unlikely that the makeover is permanent, however. Unless Madonna has undergone hair extensions and a drastic hair dye job in the past 48 hours, it looks like her gorgeous new tresses are the result of a very realistic-looking wig. Just a couple of days before, she was spotted on Instagram with a candy-floss pink bob.
Madonna paired her Little Mermaid hair with disco makeup, complimenting her blue-green eyes with sparkling shadow and voluminous false lashes. As for her wardrobe, she kept things casual with a Kerry green windbreaker and matching shorts, a black tank top, fishnet stockings, and knee-high black boots.
The behind-the-scenes shots come shortly after the news broke that Madonna has become the only woman in history to have an album hit the top 10 in five different decades.
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