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“What Happened To Her Face?”: 63-Year Old Madonna Horrifies With Post-Op Video On Social Media, Gets Thrashed

The aged pop icon Madonna isn’t averse to trending on the cultural airwaves. In her prime, she was singing songs about virginity and dancing about as provocatively as one can (Wikipedia simply referred to it as a lot of “humping”). She would later make out with a much younger Britney Spears at another live music awards performance. Heck, this is a woman with one name. She will do anything to stand out.

Of course, none of those moves weren’t bad per se; they were simply edgy and attention seeking. Now, though, with the star-power flame long since faded to embers, Madonna will do anything she can to remain relevant. 

It is hard to set this video up properly. I gave away the spoiler – that this is Madonna – but my gosh, she ruined her face. Would you have guessed it was her? One Twitter comment asked if she walked into a fire, and honestly, her face does look like it might have melted a bit. It’s certainly no better than that one guy from Indiana Jones.

Here is one of the most uncomfortable videos you’ll see of a grandmother:

Suffice to say, that video is grotesque. Who does she think she’s impressing? Does she think she looks attractive? My gosh, it is just awful.

The music. The forehead. Those eyes. The plastic skin. The ponytails. The lips. She’s a monster. 

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Like I said, social media had a lot of comments and questions, just like I do. Some are honest, poignant, some are a little mean, and some are just funny. Here’s the rule on social media, though: If you willingly post something like that, then any feedback is fairplay. If Madonna didn’t want to get roasted about her hideous new face, then she shouldn’t have tossed this out there for the world to see.

“If you’re old, just look old. It’s okay. You aren’t going to fool anyone and the only other option is to look like you’re suffering a severe allergic reaction to something,” he shared. “Better to just look old. There is dignity in it. There is no dignity in whatever this is.”

“This is Madonna. The coming mental health crisis is going to shock our nation.”

“Madonna. Sad. Kids, don’t do drugs or liberalism.”

My God what happened to her face?

“This is what happens when you sell your soul, realize your fault, and are desperately clinging to your youthfulness.”

One last thing on Madonna: When it comes to Covid, we can’t let people just forget how brainwashed they were. That crazy uncle who uninvited you to the holidays because you weren’t vaxxed but he had just recovered from the virus after being vaccinated anyways? There’s the high road, and then there’s the fact that people advocated for shutting down society, harming kids, and deciding they were morally superior for listening to Fauci.

Not on my watch.

The Daily Wire reported this at the time of the initial two weeks – yes, those two weeks – when Madonna was bathing ion rose-petal infused waters (just like the rest of us!):

Pushing a message of “no discrimination,” Madonna, 61, waxed poetic about globalism, suggesting the “wonderful” side of COVID-19 is the same as what’s “terrible” about it: that the virus is the “great equalizer” for all mankind.

“That’s the thing about COVID-19, it doesn’t care about how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are, how smart you are, where you live, how old you are, what amazing stories you can tell,” the “Material Girl” singer said. “It’s the great equalizer.”

“And what’s terrible about it is what’s great about it,” she continued. “What’s terrible about it is it’s made us all equal in many ways. And what’s wonderful about it is that it’s made us all equal in many ways.”

The great equalizer. Was she happy people were dying equally? Locked down in misery equally? The face thing makes more sense when you realize how these people think.