KEY POINTS

  • Madonna paid almost $20 million to purchase The Weeknd's seven-bedroom mansion in California
  • The Weeknd purchased the property in 2017 for $18.2 million and initially listed it for $25 million last June
  • The property boasts a five-car auto gallery, expansive living room, pool and spa

Madonna has dropped a massive amount to buy The Weeknd's estate in California, according to a report.

The "Blinding Lights" singer listed his Hidden Hills home for $25 million last June before it got a $6 million price cut, the New York Post reported. Madonna, 62, paid a whopping $19.3 million for the property and closed the deal on April 9.

The Weeknd, whose real name is Abel Tesfaye, bought the 12,500-square-foot-plus mansion for $18.2 million in 2017.

The property has seven bedrooms and 9.5 bathrooms. It sits on nearly three acres of grassy lawns and sun-drenched hillsides with redwood trees surrounding it.

The mansion also features an entry hall with a double-height ceiling and two-story window wall, an expansive chef's kitchen with two marble islands, a posh wine cellar, a spacious formal dining room and an entertainer's bar.

The grand foyer holds a grand piano with sitting chairs near it. It has an impressive five-car auto gallery as well. Madonna's new house also has a great evening view of the pool and spa. There are multiple terraces where guests can have a view of the pool and cabana.

The main living space boasts an open floor plan. It has a wood-paneled office that looks cozy with built-in bookshelves and a fireplace. It also has a spacious lounge that offers guests a taste of luxury and comfort.

Meanwhile, one of the bedrooms features a sitting area with a fireplace and a terrace that looks out into the backyard. The master bathroom is also very roomy with a huge vanity mirror, bathtub and a good view outside.

The Weeknd also owns a $21 million penthouse in Los Angeles' Westwood neighborhood. He also recently renewed his lease on a $60,000 per month penthouse in Tribeca.

Meanwhile, the "Material Girl" singer moved into a 58-acre farm in Bridgehampton in 2015 after its re-construction. She also has properties in London and a penthouse in Manhattan.

Just recently, Madonna was accused of sharing a fake photo on Instagram in 2015 by TikTok user Amelia Goldie. She claimed Madonna photoshopped her face into Goldie's picture without giving the Australian fan credit. The photo in question was used to promote Madonna's album, "Rebel Heart."

Goldie told Buzzfeed News she tried to reach out to Madonna's team twice regarding the photo but didn't get a response. The alleged edited photo is still up on Madonna's Instagram. Goldie said there were "no hard feelings," but "of course I wish I was credited!"

Madonna didn't address photoshop accusations. Instead, the "Like a Virgin" singer showed off her toned body in racy lingerie photos following the controversy.

Madonna 32. MADONNA ($580M) The pop singer has been active in the music and entertainment industry since 1977. Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty Images