Madonna Turns 58, Celebrates With a Sexy Selfie in Cuba

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Happy birthday, Madonna!

The "Living for Love" singer turned 58 on Tuesday, taking to Instagram to celebrate with a stunning selfie.

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Rocking winged eyeliner, a pink pout and flawless curls, the ageless beauty thanked her friends and fans for their sweet birthday messages.

"Thank you to all my fans and everyone who is in my gang for all your birthday Wishes!!!!" she captioned it. "You know how to make a girl feel special!!"

She also shared a photo of her chic outfit, which consisted of a sheer blouse top over a lacy bralette paired with a black-and-yellow floral skirt and a black fedora.

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In addition to her selfies, the pop star also shared videos from her recent trip to Africa, where she visited the Home of Hope orphanage in Malawi. "The First of many magical gifts Received this year! Epic!! Early birthday gift!" she captioned a series of Instagram posts.

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Earlier this month, a makeup-free Madonna posed for Love magazine's special edition collector's issue, LOVE by Mert Alas, with her 16-year-old son, Rocco Ritchie, following their reconciliation. In her accompanying interview, she explained why she's such a big fan of social media.

"I like Instagram because it’s like keeping a diary, and every day I get to share different aspects of my personality, my life, and what inspires me, what infuriates me, or what causes I want to fight for," she revealed. "It allows me to be mysterious, ironic, provocative or proud."

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"I get to use it as a platform to bring attention to people or issues that I think are important," she continued. "It allows me to be the curator of my life."

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