Fans have seenÂ MadonnaÂ andÂ BritneyÂ go through several different iconic eras together over the years. They were the iconic scandalous queens of pop, making out at the VMAs. They shook me to my core during my childhood with their “music video (even though Britney’sÂ In The ZoneÂ album was contraband in my house at the time…sorry, Mom!).
And now, the ladies have reunited atÂ Britneyâs weddingÂ to fiancĂ© Sam Asghari for a wholesome and fashion-forward moment. One thing is for sure: Madge came, she saw, and she struck many poses in someÂ veryÂ tall heels.
Madonna, 63, graced pop princess Britneyâs wedding with a leggy look that showed off her super strong calves and thighs. She had on a multicolored maxi dress along with silver platform heels and tights, like the zany mother-figure of the bride that she is.
âBritney you look so happy and in love đđđđđ I wish you and Sam all the best đ! Last night was fun and sweaty!! đŠđŠđŠ. @britneyspears đđđđđđ #royalfamily đđ,â MadonnaÂ captioned the photos.
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Fans and friends couldnât help but notice just how fabulous the “Vogue” singer looked.
Paris Hilton, who also attended the event, commented: âIconic Queens! đđžđŒđžđŒLove you both so much!â Another person wrote, âHERSTORY was made. again!â
Another added: âLooking đ„ in that gorgeous dress. đ.â And I would have to agree!
The pop star keeps those legs so strong by putting in some serious and consistent work at the gym. While historically worked out for 30 minutes or more a day, six days a week. âI vary the workouts every single day,â her trainer toldÂ back in 2016. âShe does a combination of circuit training,Â Â and resistance training. Dance is obviously a huge part of that.â
Smith added that Madonna’s other workouts have includedÂ Â yoga, and martial arts (damn, girl!). “Her favorite workout is something thatâs all-inclusive of cardio . . . focusing on combining all the elements from upper body, lower body, and core,” Smith said.
These days, however, Madonna mostly doesÂ Ashtanga yoga, perÂ Life & Style.Â Her sessions are anywhere from 90 minutes and three hours, and she practices six days a week. “You have to take it really slowly,â she told the outlet. âYou canât rush. You canât skip to the next position … It is a workout for your mind, your body and your soul.â