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Madonna Reminisces Over Her ’80s Success In Throwback Tweet

  • Posted by beth on June 13, 2017

Music icon Madonna has took to Twitter to reminisce over her longstanding career, paying homage to the decade that saw her rise to fame.

Tweeting to her 1.59 million followers, the ‘Like a Prayer’ singer shared a snap of her from over 30 years ago.

She wrote,

Happy girl from the ’80s!!!

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Wearing a lace corset and several gold chains, the snap shows Madonna in all her ’80s glory.

With over 6,000 retweets, it’s safe to say her fans are loving the nostalgic tweet.

One wrote,

I want to go back to that time so bad!!!

While another fan deemed the revolutionary singer as the ‘Queen of the ’80s’.

And it’s clear just how hard Madonna worked during the decade.

One super-fan took some time to point out just how much the ‘Material Girl’ star has thrived in her music career.

You were working so hard all the time, not sure when you even had time to breathe, let alone have fun.

But even though she dominated the 1980s, it’s clear the singer-turned-businesswoman is still a massive influence today.

Another one of the star’s admirers tweeted,

The best decade. And you owned it Madonna. Still influencing us all since.

Selling over 300 million records worldwide, it’s clear why the 56-year old is considered one of the best-selling female recording artists.

Rolling Stone recently declared Madonna’s song ‘Vogue’ as one of the most influential pride songs ever.

Since finding fame, she has became an icon for the LGBTQ community.

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Her redefining ways have played a huge part in the gay community, all stemming from her AIDs activism in the ’80s.

The music legend recently spoke out about Ariana Grande‘s One Love Manchester concert, saying,

Congratulations to my brave and beautiful friend Ariana for organising the benefit concert in Manchester [last night]. Gathering so many great artist and bringing everyone together in the spirit of [love] and peace and not bowing down to [fear]. I’m so proud of you! And I would like to make a donation along with my manager Guy Oseary and encourage others to do the same!