Madonna reveals massive bulging neck veins as she belts out a tune during MDNA concert

Don't strain your voice too much! Madonna reveals massive bulging neck veins as she belts out a tune during MDNA concert

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07:26 GMT, 29 June 2012

She is often lambasted for lip-syncing in her performances.

And while Madonna has been dancing up a storm on stage during her MDNA tour, it appears that she has also been strenuously straining her vocal chords.

So much so that the 53-year-old singer revealed some massive bulging veins around her neck as she took to the stage in Berlin this evening.

Bulging: Madonna revealed some massive bulging veins around her neck as she took to the stage in Berlin this evening to perform in her MDNA concert

Bulging: Madonna revealed some massive bulging veins around her neck as she took to the stage in Berlin this evening to perform in her MDNA concert

The Like A Prayer star over-exerted herself so much that they began to pop as she belted out a tune.

The blonde star was also sweating profusely as she strummed away on her guitar.

And it's no wonder why, as she had slipped into a very tight black costume featuring vinyl and Lycra.

Tight alright: Madonna slipped into a very tight black costume featuring vinyl black Lycra

Tight alright: Madonna slipped into a very tight black costume featuring vinyl black Lycra

Underneath the ensemble she wore a leopard print bra and her look was finished off by some fingerless leather gloves and a coat of black polish on her nails.

During the performance, Madonna stretched out on a raised platform where she showed off her ample cleavage in the outfit.

Throughout the show she displayed her usual antics featuring her signature sexy moves.

Racy: During the performance Madonna stretched out on a raised platform where she showed off her ample cleavage in the outfit

Racy: During the performance Madonna stretched out on a raised platform where she showed off her ample cleavage in the outfit

The pop star is currently on the European leg of her 80 nation MDNA tour, which kicked off last month in Tel Aviv.

The epic show marks the start of her ninth world tour and her first since her Sticky And Sweet set in 2008.

The singer changes outfits eight times, but her famous conical bra is the highlight of the collection.

Cathedral theme: Madonna strummed away on her guitar behind a stain-glass window backdrop

Cathedral theme: Madonna strummed away on her guitar behind a stain-glass window backdrop

Three cheers for Madge: The singer changed into her signature baton-twirling costume during another song

Three cheers for Madge: The singer changed into her signature baton-twirling costume during another song

Three cheers for Madge: The singer changed into her signature baton-twirling costume during another song

And last night her daughter Lourdes Leon posed in her mother's famous attire and posted a cheeky snap of herself on her Twitter account.

Cheeky: Last night Lourdes Leon posed in her mother's cone bra backstage

Cheeky: Last night Lourdes Leon posed in her mother's
cone bra backstage

This time around the designer Jean
Paul Gaultier reinvented the bra and corset, layering it over a suit
just as he did 22 years ago albeit with a few key alterations.

He
told WWD earlier this year: 'We played with the ideas of a suit and a
corset. But the corset is now like a cage. What I have done this time is
a nod to the conical bra corset of the Blond Ambition tour but
reinterpreted in 3-D, in patent leather on the outside with metallic
leather on the inside. It's all about masculine and feminine, Madonna
and Jean Paul Gaultier classics reinterpreted for 2012.'

The
MDNA tour wardrobe, including costumes for Madonna, her 22 dancers,
backing singers and band, was overseen by long-time stylist and costume
designer Arianne Phillips, who has styled her last four world tours.

Other designers lucky enough to dress the Material Girl and her troupe were Jeremy Scott, Alexander Wang, Dolce & Gabbana, Fausto Puglisi and J Brand.

MDNA is scheduled to travel from Europe to the Americas before finishing in Australia in early 2013, where she has not performed in more than 20 years.