Madonna is showing off how “cute” she looks, two weeks after fans talked about how confused they were about how she would look at the Grammys in 2023.
Madonna Admits She Had a Plastic Surgery Before Grammy’s
“Now that the swelling from surgery has gone down, look how cute I am! “Lol,” she tweeted Monday with a picture of herself sitting in a chair and smiling for the camera.
Look how cute i am now that swelling from surgery has gone down. Lol 😂 pic.twitter.com/jd8hQyi2Az
— Madonna (@Madonna) February 20, 2023
In the picture, the 64-year-old “Like a Virgin” singer wore ripped blue jeans over sheer tights, a black jacket, and a black cap with the words “Spiritually Hungry” on it.
Madonna’s joke came a few weeks after she introduced Kim Petras and Sam Smith at the Grammys. Kim Petras was the first transgender woman to perform at the show and win a Grammy.
During her short time on stage, fans talked about how different her face looked, which made her a hot topic very quickly.
“I’m trying not to notice that Madonna’s face has changed a lot. Someone tweeted “#GRAMMYs,” and someone else replied, “OMG, did you see Madonna at the Grammys? WHAT THE HELL WAS WRONG WITH HER FACE? She looked like a monster. It was a surprise.”
Madonna slammed the trollers
Two days after the Grammys, Madonna criticized the people who paid more attention to her looks than to the speech she gave before the historic performance she introduced.
“Now that the swelling from surgery has gone down, look how cute I am! Lol 😂,”
“Instead of focusing on what I said in my speech, which was to thank brave artists like Sam and Kim, many people chose to only talk about close-up photos of me taken by a press photographer with a long lens camera that would make anyone’s face look funny!!” she wrote in the caption of an Instagram video she posted on Feb. 7.
Madonna Is Sick Of The Media
The pop star went on to say that she is once again “caught in the light of ageism and misogyny that permeates the world we live in.”
Madonna says that this world doesn’t “celebrate women over the age of 45” and will “punish her if she continues to be strong-willed, hard-working, and adventurous.”
“I have never apologized for any of my artistic decisions or for how I look or dress, and I’m not going to start now,” the seven-time Grammy winner stated.
“The media has been mean to me since the beginning of my career, but I know it’s all a test. I’m happy to be a pioneer so that women who come after me will have an easier time in the future.” In the words of Beyonce “You won’t break my soul.”
Madonna says she is looking forward to “many more years of subversive behavior, pushing boundaries, standing up to the patriarchy, and most of all, enjoying my life.”
“Bow down, chicks!” she said in the end, quoting another Beyoncé song lyric.