And Madonna was quick to post another adorable video of her daughters Esther and Stella singing along to their favourite Nicki Minaj track.
The girls, who the 58-year-old adopted in February, can be seen in matching floral ensembles in the clip as they sing and dance to the rapper's hit Anaconda along with their mother - who documented the performance on Instagram.
As the song begins to play, Esther and Stella excitedly start to boogie around their bathroom as they sing Nicki's hit track - with the Holiday crooner giggling at their efforts in the background.
Singing the famous line 'Oh my gosh, look at her butt', the duo, who were born in Malawi, then begin to copy each other's moves as they wiggle for the camera, with smiles on their faces
Clearly proud of their developing interest in music and performance, Madonna simply captioned the clip with the phrase: 'Next level', followed by a love heart.
The clip went down a storm with the Vogue hitmaker's 9.3 million followers - with one praising: 'Absolutely adorable and beautiful', as another gushed they were 'beautiful girls!'
However the singer appeared to be putting on a brave face with the clip, as she shared it to social media after facing backlash over her past acting career.
Appearing on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen!, theatre star Patti LuPone let rip on the singer over her performance in 1996 musical hit Evita - calling Madonna's portrayal a 'piece of s***'.
She said: 'Well, I was on the treadmill and when MTV used to have videos, I saw, I believe it was Buenos Aires, and I thought it was a piece of s***.'
Not stopping there however the actress, who starred in the original Broadway production of Evita, went on: 'Madonna is a movie killer. She's dead behind the eyes. She cannot act her way out of a paper bag.
'She should not be in film or on stage. She's a wonderful performer for what she does, but she is not an actress.'
While Patti is a two-time Tony nominee herself, her opinion may prove an unpopular one, after Madonna bagged the Best Actress Golden Globe award for her portrayal of Argentina's First Lady, Eva Peron.
After finding success in both the film and music industries over the years however, Madonna has since slowed down her career in order to focus on her brood.
The singer often takes to social media to share images of the twins, the newest additions to her family - posting a goofy selfie of the trio for fans last week.