Named after the biblical icon, Madonna could stir even the messiah's loincloth to sin. She first discovered her arousing talents shaking her pom poms as a cheerleader in high school and then escaped to New York and fame and fortune. While her musical career—with hits such as "Like a Virgin," "Justify My Love," and "Erotica"—propelled her to the top of the charts in videos that mimicked the moves of peepshow girls, Madonna's bump and grind on the big screen offered a more skinful side of the boy toy. Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) and Vision Quest (1985) popped her cinematic cherry, but it was the low budget A Certain Sacrifice (1985) where Madonna first flashed her golden records. In the documentary Truth or Dare (1991), Madonna dared to show more skin and continued the tasty trend with Dangerous Game (1993) and Swept Away (2002). But her moist pleasing role onscreen was Body of Evidence (1993), in which Madonna masturbated and got into some mufftacular kinky sex. We spy some Material Curls. Following a skinematic dry spell, Madonna appeared as her 20 year old self in the docudrama Madonna and the Breakfast Club (2019), which chronicles her not so humble beginnings as a nude model in New York City. Actress and doppelganger Jamie Auld bares all to recreate the poses that Madonna struck in 1979. Thankfully, the real photos are shown for comparison. Madonna's nudie career is a full circle that, in defying the laws of physics, has stayed full, firm, and flawless for forty years.