''Oh, that was Madonna?''
Who's that girl?
Used to causing a commotion wherever she goes, here's a totally incognito Madonna - sans makeup, boy toy, kids or fans - on a rare foray in the subway, hanging with sweaty riders who all but ignored the dressed-down Material Girl on a schlep downtown.
Sipping on a San Pellegrino Limonata soda and ridiculously overdressed for the hellishly hot underground in a jacket, scarf and baseball cap, Madge was joined Tuesday by two men and a young woman who helped her blend in with the hoi polloi.
"I don't mind you taking my photo, but be discreet," she told a lensman who spotted the 52-year-old Material Girl at the F-train station beneath 57th Street and Sixth Avenue.
No warning needed.
At a train change in SoHo, one teenage boy sauntered up to a stranger on the platform and asked, "Who's that?" Getting no answer, the teen then walked nearer to the star, stared, circled around to the back of her buff behind - and then gave up, wandering away puzzled.
Madonna and her pals ended their ride at a downtown station, where they were met by the exercise-loving mom of three's beefy driver-bodyguard. They then stopped at a bodega to buy beverages, a source said.
"Oh, that was Madonna?" the store owner sputtered after the visitors left. "I thought it could have been her, but I wasn't sure."
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