Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce had a DATE NIGHT at Madonna’s 2024 Oscars party.. despite managing to sidestep photographers, Taylor Swift OSCARS dress picture is FINALLY Revealed and VIRAL!

Madonna and Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift


Madonna shared a behind-the-scenes look at her annual Oscars party, with a strict no-cameras policy, following the 96th Academy Awards on Sunday evening.



In images taken from the notoriously exclusive after-party, attended by Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce and Salma Hayek this year, the superstar, 65, rocked a stunning corset, designed by Christian Lacroix for her Re-Invention World Tour in 2004, and wig.

While posing for a picture with Cillian Murphy, who won his first Oscar for his role in Oppenheimer just hours earlier, the Queen of Pop held onto a sign which read: ‘Leave me alone. I’m tired!!’

Here’s a picture of Taylor Swift at the OSCARS:

Taylor Swift at OSCARS

‘Oscar Party was FUN!’ she captioned her slideshow. ‘Not exactly a night off for a girl that needs a night off, but I’m so happy I got to meet my favorite A.C.T.O.R! #cillianmurphy – Congratulations!’

In addition to posing for photos with her A-list guests, the Vogue hitmaker shared a sweet family snap with her children David, 18, and 11-year-old twin daughters Stella and Estere.

Her post comes after reports surfaced that Swift and Kelce attended the soiree in the Hollywood Hills, according to British Vogue.

Madonna and Cillian Murphy

The 16th annual edition of the shindig, known at ‘The Party,’ was hosted at the home of Madonna’s talent manager Guy Oseary and backed by Gucci.

The couple led a cavalcade of stars at the event including, Lily Gladstone, Jennifer Lawrence, Colman Domingo, Chris Rock and Matthew McConaughey, per the outlet.

Madonna has been busy taking her Celebration world tour around the globe.


She is currently filling stadiums across the world with her mammoth tour, a retrospective look at her shifting musical styles and numerous image changes over a colourful 40-year career.

The Like A Virgin singer has teamed up with creative director Lewis James and musical director Stuart Price to dream up her most spectacular stage presentation for her 12th concert tour honoring her four-decade career.

Last week, she reflected on her ‘near-death’ health scare last year during her concert in Los Angeles.


The music icon paused her performance at the Kia Forum to look back on her shocking health scare in June of 2023, when she was rushed to a hospital after being found unresponsive as the result of what was later determined to be a serious bacterial infection.

The songstress was taken to the ICU and had to be intubated, and she later revealed that she was put into a medically induced coma as she battled for her life despite going into lung and kidney failure.

Despite her ‘near-death’ experience, Madonna remained defiant.

‘This show every night is not really so hard on me physically. It’s hard on me emotionally because I’m really telling you the story of my life,’ she told the audience, according to Just Jared. ‘My heart is on my sleeve. I’ve fallen off a lot of horses and broken a lot of bones… but nothing can stop me.’

Madonna went on to reveal the first word she allegedly said after waking from her four-day coma: ‘No!’

‘I’m pretty sure that was God saying to me, “Do you want to come? Want to come up with me?”‘ To which she replied, ‘No!’

The Into The Groove singer revealed that one of the doctors who had cared for her during her health scare was in the audience that night, and she recalled how he coached her through her difficult recovery period after she was discharged from the hospital.

‘I would call in every other day and ask [my doctor] why I didn’t have any energy, when was my energy going to come back? When was I going to feel like myself again? When can I go on tour again?’ she recalled.

‘All he would say is, “Go outside in the sun” … It was so hard for me to walk from my house to the backyard and sit in the sun. I know that sounds insane, but it was difficult,’ she admitted. ‘It’s a strange thing to finally not feel like I was in control, and that was my lesson… to let go.’

The singer (born Madonna Ciccone) credited her six kids with helping to get her back on her feet and in front of adoring audiences again.

‘My children are what really helped me pull through because they worked so hard,’ she shared. ‘I didn’t want to let them down, so I just set a date. And that date became reality.’

During a previous tour date in Brooklyn in December, the dance music pioneer joked that she had to ‘almost die to get all my kids in one room.’

She shares 27-year-old daughter Lourdes with her former boyfriend and fitness trainer Carlos Leon and her 23-year-old son Rocco with her ex-husband, filmmaker Guy Ritchie.

Madonna later adopted her son David Banda; daughter Chifundo ‘Mercy’ James, 18; and twin daughters Stella and Estere.

She suffered an acute septic shock on June 24, according to Radar Online, and emergency responders were reportedly able to revive her with Narcan.

The substance is traditionally used to treat people in the midst of opioid overdoses, but it can also help revive someone suffering from septic shock.

At her Brooklyn show, Madonna said her ‘lungs weren’t working’ and her ‘kidneys were failing,’ and she claimed there was a 40 percent chance that she would not survive.

However, she was on the road to recovery just a few days after being rushed to the hospital, and the pop icon seems to be doing as well as ever now.