Madonna's got a little extra help to get her through the Met Gala.
ET's Carly Steel caught up with the 58-year-old singer on the red carpet ahead of the event in New York City on Monday, where she revealed that her army-inspired look came with a canteen of rosé.
"I am of legal age. I know I look young," Madonna joked, before explaining the thought process behind her unique ensemble.
"We knew we wanted to go with camouflage from the very start. We started with the flak jacket, and then we worked our way down inside," she said of her Moschino look. "So, you know, we're ready. We're ready to go to fashion war."
"Combat Barbie," designer Jeremy Scott added.
Wasn't just a collaboration between Madonna and Scott -- her newly adopted daughters, Stelle and Estere, gave their mom the OK.
"They're great. They also approve of my outfit," the mother of six revealed. "It's very important."
With the kids at home, however, Madonna and her canteen are ready to party.
"It's going to be a fun night," she shared. "As long as I drink the rest of my canteen."
Madonna's army-inspired look is a little more covered up (and family friendly) than the lacy Givenchy number she wore last year.
See the racy gown -- and more outrageous Met Gala ensembles -- in the video below.