Madonna, 65, stays warm in stylish faux fur-trim jacket during outing in NYC following successful Celebration Tour finale in Brazil

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After a grueling nine months on the road for her Celebration Tour that ended with a massive free concert at Copacabana in Brazil, Madonna has been slipping back into a more normal routine.

And on Saturday, the Queen Of Pop, 65, spent part of her evening on Broadway taking in Lempicka, starring Eden Espinosa in the title role, at the Longacre Theater in Midtown Manhattan.

The Rebel Heart star was spotted making her way out of the venue looking cool and stylish in an all-black ensemble, consisting of a long duster coat with a furry collar over a long blouse and baggy pants.

Currently she’s rocking a two-tone look with her long locks, featuring dark roots that have grown in several inches while the rest of her hair is dyed blonde.

The Lucky Star singer-songwriter also carried a gorgeous black purse, all while wearing large dark sunglasses out of the theatre until she got into her awaiting vehicle to take her home.

Madonna, 65, stays warm in stylish faux fur-trim jacket during outing in NYC following successful Celebration Tour finale in Brazil

Madonna, 65, spent part of her Saturday night with friends on Broadway taking in Lempicka at the Longacre Theater in Midtown Manhattan

Madonna (born Madonna Louise Ciccone) appeared to be with at least two friends for her night out on Broadway.

With the temperatures dipping to the upper 50s Fahrenheit in the evening, the pop superstar secured her jacket up top in a move to keep warm.

Eventually, she joined her pals in getting into the vehicle and made off to her next destination.

Madonna has only been off the road and back home in New York less than a couple of weeks.

Originally set to kick off on July 15, 2023, in Vancouver, Canada, the Celebration Tour was postponed and pushed back three months after Madonna developed a ‘serious bacterial infection’ in late June, which led to a multiple-day stay at the intensive care unit (ICU). 

Her first-ever career retrospective ended up kicking off with a four night run at London’s O2 Arena beginning on October 14, and went through Europe until early December.

The tour then shifted to the U.S. and Canada beginning with shows at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York that went around North America until mid-April when she headed to Mexico City for five concerts.

Ultimately, the Celebration Tour ended on May 4 with a massive free concert at Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach that attracted a whopping 1.6 million fans, which is now considered the biggest standalone concert of all time, according to the Economic Times.

The Queen of  Pop was seen leaving the theatre after the show with at least a couple of friends

The Queen of  Pop was seen leaving the theatre after the show with at least a couple of friends

The style icon went with an all-black ensemble

The style icon went with an all-black ensemble

Madonna likely headed back home to the Upper East Side of Manhattan

Madonna likely headed back home to the Upper East Side of Manhattan

Madonna only just wrapped up The Celebration Tour with a free show in Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which set a new record with 1.6 million fans for a standalone concert

Madonna only just wrapped up The Celebration Tour with a free show in Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which set a new record with 1.6 million fans for a standalone concert

Being that the tour was a retrospective, the Material Girl focused on her back catalogue of songs throughout her 40-plus year career that includes 14 studio albums dating back to her self-titled debut in 1983.  

She has been recognized as a groundbreaking artist for her continual reinvention and versatility in music production, songwriting and visual presentation over five decades. 

Much of her artistry, which has incorporate social, political, sexual, and religious themes, have generated both controversy and critical acclaim.

With sales of over 300 million records worldwide, Madonna has the distinction of being the best-selling female recording artist of all time.

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