The 62-year-old pop superstar took to Instagram on Saturday (Sept. 19) to recognize Ginsburg as a “fearless human” who “did more for women and this country than most people know.”
Ginsburg, who died Friday from complications of metastatic pancreatic cancer, was the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and a pioneering advocate for women’s rights. She was 87.
With less than two months until the general election on Nov. 3, Ginsburg’s vacancy on the Supreme Court allows President Donald Trump the opportunity to solidify the conservative majority on the court.
In her post, Madonna expressed hope that Ginsburg’s replacement would arrive after the election.
“She can never be replaced but lets hope for the sake of The Supreme Court and the Judicial System in America, That there will be no re-elections until Trump is out of office,” the singer wrote.