In The Evidence Of Her Brilliance

Madonna playfully fondles her assets as she performs vocal warm-ups in racy lingerie for sizzling Instagram video amid her Madame X tour

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She’s in the midst of her mammoth Madame X world tour.

And Madonna has given her 14million Instagram fans a behind the scenes glimpse at life on tour, sharing a sizzling video on Tuesday night as she performed her vocal warm-ups.

The superstar, 61, put on typically raunchy display as she fondled her assets, joking: ‘Believe it or not it helps my vocal chords.’

The star was dressed in racy black lace lingerie and statement gold necklaces as she reclined on a chair and performed her warm-up.

Multi-tasking, the star’s make-up artist touched up her ruby red lipstick as she stretched her vocal cords.

The video also showed Madonna blotting her lipstick in a mirror before another shot of the icon walking through a theatre dressed in leather and shades.

Madonna’s all-theatre tour started on September 17 in New York City, and is set to conclude next year on March 8 in Paris.

The 90-date tour marks the first time the iconic artist is playing smaller venues since she hit the road in support of Like A Virgin in 1985.

Her gamble to give her fans a more intimate setting in exchange for a higher price tag appears to have been a rousing success, according to the first numbers from her opening stint at Brooklyn’s Howard Gilman Opera House.

The pop icon grossed about $9.6 million for the initial 16 sold-out dates, as reported by Billboard Boxscore.

Averaging just under 2,000 seats per night, the run from September 27 to October 12 in New York, resulted in a total of 31,041 tickets sold.

Tickets for the new tour ranged from as low as $50 to $757 on the high end.

In all, the average ticket sold for $306.73, which is a major increase from her career average ticket sale amount of $115.81.

In comparison, Madonna averaged $125.46 in the 2000s and $147.33 in the current decade. But the True Blue singer was able to charge a more reasonable price because she was playing much larger venues that included arenas and stadiums.