Madonna hits the red carpet at the W.E. movie premiere during the BFI London Film Festival at Empire Leicester Square on Sunday in London.
Wearing a long, flowing black L’Wren Scott dress with a plunging neckline and a diamanté pattern, Madonna, 53, also did not seem to care that the film has been widely panned.
Madonna declared: “It doesn’t matter what the critics think, it’s what the public thinks.”
Madonna also revealed she loved directing and would want to do so again, saying that she would like a musical of her life made, adding:
“I’d want Andrea Riseborough to play me, because she’s incredible to work with and I’d work with her again.”
Andrea Riseborough, 29, plays Wallis Simpson in W.E., part of the 55th BFI London Film Festival.
W.E. follows a two-tiered love story about Wally Winthrop, a woman in 1999 who is infatuated with the 1930s marriage of King Edward VIII.
W.E. is Madonna’s second venture as a director, with her first being in 2008, stepping behind the camera for Filth And Wisdom.
But critics were unkind to Madonna, giving the musical comedy poor reviews, despite British favourite Richard E Grant starring in it.
Yesterday, Madonna was joined by some of fashion’s biggest names including Georgio Armani and Valentino.
Madonna also walked the red carpet with lesser known faces like Graham Norton and Claudia Winkleman.
The superstar caused controversy at the Venice Film Festival press conference last month while promoting her new film.
Madonna was overheard ridiculing a bouquet of hydrangeas a fan gave her, but later mocked herself in a YouTube video to recover from the incident.
Earlier this month, Madonna has been accused of neglecting her older brother, Anthony Ciccone.
Superstar’s brother said Madonna, along with the rest of their family, has left him to rely on food handouts from charities after he lost his job at a successful vineyard run by their father, Tony, in Michigan.
Anthony Ciccone, 55, claims he has been homeless for the past 18 months as a result.
He said: “My family turned their back on me, basically, when I was having a hard time.”
“You think I haven’t answered this kind of question a bazillion times – why my sister is a multibazillionaire, and I’m homeless on the street?”
Anthony Ciccone, the second of eight children, said he had been forced to resort to extreme measures to survive.
“I don’t have any income and I’ve got to go collect bottles and cans, do odd jobs.”
Madonna’s spokesman didn’t make any comment so far.