Who's That Girl? Madonna goes incognito as she rides the New York subway
She's one of the most famous women in the world and attracts attention and scrutiny wherever she goes.
But yesterday Madonna took a break from her usual glamorous style to wear an outfit that would help her blend in with the crowds on the New York subway.
Not a Material Girl: Madonna rides the New York subway undetected
The 52-year-old was unrecognisable as she stepped out in blue jeans, a black jacket and scarf, sunglasses, and a baseball cap.
With her hair pulled back into a ponytail and not a trace of makeup on her face, she could have been any average New Yorker out running errands.
And the mother-of-two was clearly enjoying the unusual lack of attention, getting onto a subway train without attracting the least bit of notice.
Just and average girl: Madonna blends in with the New York crowds
Sipping on a San Pellegrino Limonata, she rode the subway, walked around the platform before strolling the city with some friends.
Meanwhile, Madonna's toyboy Jesus Luz in enjoying as much attention as possible as he frolics in the sun in his native Brazi
The 24-year-old hit the beach in Rio, surrounded by enthusiastic girls who couldn't wait to have their picture taken with the famous DJ.
Don't you know who I am? Madonna goes out and about undetected
Madonna met Luz met at a photoshoot for W magazine in December 2008, three months after she split from second husband Guy Ritchie.
Thanks to the singer, Luz's profile has been substantially raised - his modelling career was heavily boosted and he started DJing after she paid for him to have lessons.
Luz is clearly grateful to his girlfriend, and has even introduced her to meet his mother Cristiane Regina da Silva, who is 14 years younger than the pop star.
Look at me! Jesus enjoys attention on the beach in Rio
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