Madonna's unrecognizable face is causing a stir around the world

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Since announcing his world tour,The Celebration Tour, who l 'will bring to Montreal on August 19 and 20, Madonna is talking about her around the world for her big comeback on stage, her rich musical career, and… her face made unrecognizable.< /strong>

Since her visit to the Grammy ceremony last Sunday, newspapers here and elsewhere as well as many fans have wondered about the transformed face of the Madonna.

< p>The New York Posttweeted a photo of the diva with the caption, “Fans 'so confused' by Madonna's 'new face' at Grammys 2023”.

“She is an icon of freedom, why can't Madonna wear her age and experience with pride?” asks one Daily Mail UK reporters.

An article from the New York Postreleased on Tuesday morning is titled “Cheek-obsessed Madonna wants to look like 2000s version of herself.” It talks about the singer's “anti-aging rebellion that has garnered the most attention.” A source allegedly told the outlet that “her puffy face is the result of an obsession with her cheeks and she doesn't realize it makes her look a bit like a caricature of herself.”


Page Sixlooks back at “Madonna's face then and now in 19 photos of her makeover” , writing under an image of the singer from a TikTok post: “Raising fan concern with a new look on TikTok in April 2022.”

“IT CAN'T BE HER: Madonna's Grammy 'new face' baffles fans,” reads the Toronto Sun .

“Frozen in time. Inside Madonna's changing face as she looks 'unrecognizable' at the Grammys – from Marilyn Monroe clone to 'alien' makeover,” headlines The Sun UK.

Vanity Fair front page

To coincide with current events, Madonna is on the cover of three different issues of Vanity Fair: Italian, Spanish and French. In the photo, which looks like a work of art, the face of the Madonna is smooth, framed in lace and visibly retouched. We find it in the Virgin Mary weeping before a bleeding heart.

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Inside the magazine, the 64-year-old singer appears in a suite of expertly edited photos featuring her from the Last Supper and other religious scenes.

In this long question-and-answer interview, he is not asked any questions about aging in the entertainment industry, which could have prompted him to broach the subject of this new face which worries his admirers.

The Queen of Pop talks instead about her destiny as an international star, her rich 40-year career, her conflicted relationship with religion, her return to the stage, her autobiographical film project, her children and “the battle that every woman must fight against the patriarchal world in which she lives, a world that tries to corner us from different angles, a bit like in a bullfighting arena.”

Madonna will be visiting the Center Bell, to Mon tréal, on August 19 and 20 with his tour The Celebration Tour.