Madonna's daughter Lourdes, appeared all grown up at the tender-age of 15 when she snuck backstage of The Material Girl's MDNA tour and snapped a picture in Madge's iconic cone bra. The teen who is nicknamed Lola posted the photo to her Twitter page and then quickly deleted the image. But the damage has been done, the photo of little Lourdes looking a lot like mama has already begun to go viral on the Internet.
There's good reason for the picture too be seen as interesting, the superstar's teenage daughter is seductively grabbing the Jean Paul Gaultier designer leather cone bra and winking at the camera with her tongue stuck out.
Gaultier recently explained to Women's Wear Daily, "What I have done this time is a nod to the conical bra corset of the 'Blonde Ambition' tour but reinterpreted in 3-D, in patent leather on the outside with metallic leather on the inside."
It's not surprising that Lourdes couldn't wait to get it on.
The Material Girl and Lourdes have a lot in common when it comes to fashion. Like mother like daughter, right. Since she was a child Lourdes has been renowned for her fashion taste and even started a fashion collection with her momma, the Material Girl Collection. It's a "flirty" line for juniors that's available at Macy's.
Lolo also recently appeared on stage with Madge during her MDNA tour and sang a few licks on Madonna's "Superstar" soundtrack, the Hollywood Reported said.
But his is the same girl who wasn't allowed to watch television growing up because her mother didn't think it was proper for her daughter to watch "trash," she once told a British magazine.
Oh yeah, Nade also told WENN that Lourdes wasn't allowed to date until she was 18, "No boys for [Lourdes] until she turns 18," the Material Girl said. "She's a good girl, though. She doesn't have it easy. Late-night TV, junk food and mess are not tolerated in my house."
"My daughter has a problem picking things up in her room," Madge confessed. "So if you leave your clothes on the floor, they're gone when you come home."
It all sounds a little hypocritical coming from the woman who was known for flaunting her over the top sexuality in everyone's faces during the nineties. Just to add to the hypocris, there's always that book she wrote modestly titled "Sex."
Do you think Madonna is being hypocritical?