October 17, 2013 3:42 PM EST
Madonna In Butt-Revealing Latex Dress For Controversial Photographer Terry Richardson Photo Shoot [SEE PHOTOS]
Looks like everyone is crazy for getting clicked by controversial photographer Terry Richardson! Ever since Richardson directed Miley Cyrus' naked music video for "Wrecking Ball," there has been a queue of celebs waiting to strip naked for him! First it was Miley, then Paris Hilton and now we have the pop diva herself - Madonna.
The 55-year-old songstress looks fierce and daring as she strikes a pose for the world-famous photographer Terry Richardson in a black butt-revealing dress in the November issue of Harper Bazaar Magazine. The singer also opens up her struggles as a teenager and how she survived a successful stint in music industry.
The "Like a Virgin" songstress dons a black latex suit and bares her bums in one of the pictures while the other picture shows Madonna in a cleavage-revealing top and black skirt as she poses provocatively.
Richardson shared the black-and-white versions of photos that appear in colour in the magazine and also on Terry's diary. Madge shines out as an in-your-face kind of rebel and we can't help but notice that the controversial pop queen comes out as classy and artistic in the photos and does even better than Miley Cyrus.
Madonna also becomes nostalgic in the interview with the magazine and reveals about the time when she landed in New York to make her career.
"And for me, that was going to New York to become a REAL artist. To be able to express myself in a city of nonconformists. To revel and shimmy and shake in a world and be surrounded by daring people," reveals the pop diva to the magazine.
The mother to a teenage daughter Lourdes also tells how she had to pose naked not for glamour but for her economical crisis.
"Trying to be a professional dancer, paying my rent by posing nude for art classes, staring at people staring at me naked. Daring them to think of me as anything but a form they were trying to capture with their pencils and charcoal," says the experienced singer.
However, the pop queen was determined and had nothing but the will power to make survive and make it big in the new city of dreams, where she sometimes also felt lonely.
"I was defiant. Hell-bent on surviving. On making it. But it was hard and it was lonely, and I had to dare myself every day to keep going," says Madonna.
"One of the many things I learned from all of this: If you aren't willing to fight for what you believe in, then don't even enter the ring," concludes the singer.
Check out Madonna's provocative poses for Terry Richardson in the slideshow above!