Madonna Moons Fans On Grammy Awards Red Carpet — Is Anyone Shocked?

Madonna created a buzz at the 2015 Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday night after mooning onlookers and showing off a massive amount of cleavage. Dressed in a skimpy matador outfit, the 56-year-old singer flashed her rear end, covered only in fishnet, as she walked into Staples Center.

The Daily Mail reports that Madonna’s very fitted outfit was custom-made by Givenchy. It featured a black bullfighter-inspired bodysuit paired with fishnets and black leather over-the-knee boots with wedge heels.

The Queen of Pop was accompanied by DJ Diplo and rapper Nas as she entered the awards show, making a brief stop to talk to Ryan Seacrest about her disappointment over the leak of her album, Rebel Heart, that is due out in March. To date, six songs from her album have been released due to the leak.

Madonna told Ryan that she was “pi**ed” that she had to release tracks from her upcoming album after they were leaked online, all while striking a pose for cameras and making sure no one missed her overly pushed up cleavage.

This is the second year in a row that Madonna, who has seven Grammy Awards to her name, will perform on stage during the awards show. Variety reports that she is scheduled to perform her new single “Living for Love” on Sunday night.

Billboard states that Madonna surprised her fans earlier in the week when she released her “Living For Love” video on Snapchat via the new Discover feature. The video was directed by Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen, known together as “J.A.C.K.”

Last year, Madonna made headlines not so much for her fishnets and skimpy outfit, but for joining Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on stage to sing their same-sex marriage anthem, “Same Love.” During the song, 33 couples got married at the Grammys. She followed up that performance with “Open Your Heart” as all of the newlyweds laughed and cried.

What’s in store for viewers when Madonna hits the stage tonight at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards? Tune in to watch on CBS starting at 8 p.m. ET to catch Madonna and a long list of other performers on the biggest night of the year for music artists and their fans.