Madonna Throws Lavish Star-Studded After-Party But Carries Sign Saying “Leave Me Alone”


Madonna shared a glimpse of her lavish Oscars after-party following the 96th edition of the awards on Sunday night (March 10). 

In the images shared online, the Queen of Pop can be seen wearing a metallic corset, designed by Christian Lacroix for her Re-Invention World Tour in 2004, and a blonde wig adorned with a tiara and feathers. 


  • Madonna hosted her annual Oscars after-party, donning a Christian Lacroix corset and blonde wig.
  • The party saw appearances from stars like Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, and Oscar-winner Cillian Murphy.
  • Madonna humorously posed with a “Leave me alone! I’m tired” sign during the event.

At the exclusive party—which has become known simply as The Party—the 65-year-old star posed with who she described as her favorite actor.

“Oscar Party was FUN!” she captioned her slideshow. “Not exactly a night off for a girl that needs a night off, but I’m so happy I got to meet my favorite A.C.T.O.R! #cillianmurphy – Congratulations!” Madonna captured the photo taken hours after Cillian won the Best Actor award for Oppenheimer.

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Lily Gladstone, Jennifer Lawrence, Colman Domingo, Chris Rock, and Matthew McConaughey were among the talented stars present at the event, hosted at the home of Madonna’s talent manager Guy Oseary and supported by Gucci. 

According to British Vogue, even Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce made a surprise appearance at the soirée in the Hollywood Hills.

The Antihero songstress and the tight end flew to Los Angeles following the conclusion of her latest Eras Tour leg in Singapore.

In place of goodie bags, guests went home with custom monogrammed travel duffle bags from Gucci’s new Valigeria Fluo collection, as per the fashion magazine.

But what most surprised fans of the Like A Virgin hitmaker was a sign she held during her photos with Cillian Murphy and photographer JR, which read, “Leave me alone! I’m tired.”

She posed with her “favorite actor” Cillian Murphy and a very straightforward sign

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Madonna has been taking her Celebration Tour around the world. The tour honors her four-decade career, going through her varying musical styles and numerous image changes.

On March 4, during the first show of her Los Angeles run on the stadium tour, the popstar spoke candidly about the bacterial infection she suffered last year, which led to the delay of her long-awaited encounter with fans.

“This show every night is not really so hard on me physically. It’s hard on me emotionally because I’m really telling you the story of my life. My heart is on my sleeve. I’ve fallen off a lot of horses and broken a lot of bones … but nothing can stop me,” Madonna told the crowd at the Kia Forum about her “near-death” health scare.

She then mentioned that one of the doctors who helped with her recovery after being hospitalized was present at the venue.

“I would call in every other day and ask [my doctor] why I didn’t have any energy. When was my energy going to come back? When was I going to feel like myself again? When can I go on tour again? 

The Queen of Pop wore a metallic corset designed by Christian Lacroix and a blonde wig adorned with a tiara

“All he would say is, ‘Go outside in the sun’ … It was so hard for me to walk from my house to the backyard and sit in the sun. I know that sounds insane, but it was difficult.

“It’s a strange thing to finally not feel like I was in control, and that was my lesson… to let go.”

Ultimately, her children gave her the confidence she needed to leave her home and tour the globe again.

“My children are what really helped me pull through because they worked so hard. I didn’t want to let them down, so I just set a date,” she further told the crowd.

“And that date became reality.”

Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce were among the many stars present at the party

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She also revealed to her fans the first words she said upon waking up from an induced coma at the hospital: “No!”

“I’m pretty sure that was God saying to me, ‘Do you want to come? Want to come up with me?’”

Recently, the singer had to apologize after scolding a concert-goer for not standing up during her performance, only to realize that the fan was wheelchair-bound.

“What are you doing sitting down over there? What are you getting sitting down?” Madonna asked before walking to the edge of the stage to get a closer listen to the fan, The New York Post reported.

She then took notice of the mistake, saying, “Oh, OK. Politically incorrect. Sorry about that. I’m glad you are here.”

“That sign is genius,” a fan wrote


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