A host of stars have taken to social media to pay tribute to Madonna as the singer celebrates her 60th birthday.
The singing superstar took to Twitter to remind fans that she is still the Queen of Pop by posting a picture of herself holding a banner across her forehead that says "The Queen" with the Arabic translation above it.
She captioned the image: "In case someone forgot! #birthday #magic #Marakesh".
The Like A Prayer star had earlier shared a "pre-birthday selfie" of herself wearing Berber clothing as she rang in her 60th birthday in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh.
Stars from across music, film, television and fashion have wished the music legend a happy birthday.
Actor Antonio Banderas posted an old black-and-white photo of himself with Madonna while sending birthday wishes.
Singer Kylie Minogue tweeted: "Happy birthday to Lady Madonna! I'm 14 years old, dancing and singing in my bedroom and she was just WOW!!! What a force and an inspiration. Enjoy your day Madonna!"
Happy birthday to Lady @Madonna!!! I’m 14 years old, dancing and singing in my bedroom and she was just WOW!!! What a force and an inspiration. Enjoy your day Madonna!!! 🎈🎤🍰— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) August 16, 2018
Little Britain star and Britain's Got Talent judge David Walliams shared a black-and-white picture of Madonna and wrote: "Happy 60th Birthday Madonna.
"You have haunted my dreams since I was 13. Shakespeare wrote about Cleopatra, 'Age cannot with her, not custom stale her infinite variety'. He could have been writing about you.
Happy 60th Birthday to the woman of my dreams since I was 13 @Madonna She makes me think of Shakespeare’s description of Cleopatra-— David Walliams (@davidwalliams) August 15, 2018
‘Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale her infinite variety'. pic.twitter.com/0j0EUISoLy
Singer-songwriter Darren Hayes said: "I wouldn't be who I am without Madonna".
I wouldn't be who I am without @Madonna - Happy Birthday, Queen.— Darren Hayes (@darrenhayes) August 16, 2018
Singer Lisa Stansfield wrote: "Happy 60th birthday your Madgesty. You've shown us and taught us more than a thing or two over the years. Long may you reign."
French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier shared a photo of himself with Madonna at the MET Gala in New York earlier this year.
He wrote: "#JoyeuxAnniversaire to my long time friend, my everlasting muse and our Queen of Pop Madonna."