Madonna might be nursing an injured foot, but that didn't stop her from being playful at the opening of her Hard Candy fitness club in Toronto on Tuesday.
The 55-year-old Queen of Pop played with photographers on the red carpet before making her way into the Yonge and Gerrard club's dance studio to teach a cardio class to 30 of her fans (according to the CBC, they auditioned for the privilege).
"Dance has always been a big part of my shows, my work," Madonna told The Canadian Press on Tuesday. "I started out as a dancer, so I can't imagine not having movement and dance and fitness being part of my work. It's just all interconnected."
After the workout, Madge posted a photo on Instagram about her ailing foot. "Harder is Better! Post work out! Foot in the Ice Bath. A girl has to make a living!" she wrote.
According to Page Six, Madge sustained the injury in January after taking a fall while skiing in Switzerland. It didn't help that she hit the dance floor soon after.
"She bruised a bone in her foot from dancing in her high heels," her publicist told the paper a month ago. "She'll be fine and off crutches in a week."