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Madonna shows off her hip ‘scar’ in stunning new selfie

Madonna is showing off her incredible curvy figure in her latest selfie after undergoing hip surgery.

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Madonna is showing off her incredibly curvy figure in her latest selfie after undergoing hip surgery.

On Sunday, the Queen of Pop took to her Instagram stories, where she posted a series of pictures revealing a large, deep scar on her left hip and a cluster of red marks on her legs from a cupping therapy session.

Donning a black two-piece and pink hair, the 62-year-old singer looked absolutely stunning as she posed in front of a mirror, showing off her scars. She completed her look with a range of colorful bracelets and a necklace.

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“#recovery,” “#cupping,” and “beautiful scar,” Madonna wrote at the bottom of her each post.

Madonna shows off her hip 'scar' in stunning new selfie
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Though, the singer has never confirmed having a surgery, she first revealed the scar on her hip back in November.

The ‘Material Girl’ singer shared an image on Instagram in which she showed off another scar and bandage on her right hip while wearing a silky slip dress, as per InStyle.

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“Madame is a survivor #newmoon #miracles,” she wrote alongside the post.

In the cheeky post, Madonna can be seen lifting her dress up while laying on her bed as she striked a pose for the camera.

Last December, the pop icon reportedly canceled her Madame X tour due to an injury. In an Instagram post, she updated her fans by sharing a video of the moment in her show that required her to ascend a ladder, reports PEOPLE.

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“As I climbed the ladder to sing ‘Batuka’ on Saturday night in Miami I was in tears from the pain of my injuries, Which has been indescribable for the past few days,” she captioned the clip on Instagram at the time.

“With every song I sang, I said a prayer that I would make it to the next and get thru the show. My prayers were answered, And I made it.”

Madonna further added, “I spent the last two days with doctors Scans, ultrasounds, Xrays Poking and probing and more tears. They have made it very clear to me that if I am to continue my tour. I must rest for as long as possible so that I don’t inflict further and Irreversible damage to my body.”

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