Madonna is reportedly laughing it off after earlier this month responded to a barrage of internet criticism regarding her appearance at the Grammy Awards when her face appeared to have undergone plastic surgery.
The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, 64, posted a picture of herself sitting with her arms crossed and a casually rebellious attitude while wearing ripped jeans, an oversized blue jacket, and a baseball cap that read “Spiritually Hungry” on Monday. She also included the emoji for “laughing out loud,” “Lol,” and “laughing ’til I’m weeping.”
The post has received more than 9.9 million views as of Tuesday afternoon. As she gave Sam Smith and Kim Petras the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance on February 5, the pop diva had to endure frequently disparaging criticism that turned into insults and overt ageism.
Her face looked noticeably different from recent photos, leading to the assumption that she had undergone considerable plastic surgery. Two days later, the seven-time Grammy winner responded in a tweet that was seen by 23.8 million people “My strength and power threaten the world.
My wits and my determination to live. This is the true test, but they will never be able to break me.” The following day, she wrote in a lengthy Instagram post, “Many people chose to only discuss Close-up photos of me taken with a long lens camera instead of what I said in my speech, which was about giving thanks for the courage of artists like Sam and Kim, the latter of whom was the first out a transgender artist to win a major-category Grammy.
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By a journalist who would distort anyone’s face!” Said she, “Once more, I find myself in the spotlight of ageism and misogyny that permeates our society. a society that feels the need to punish a woman if she still has a strong will works hard and is adventurous after the age of 45.”
claiming she’s “Madonna claimed she has “been degraded by the media since the beginning of my career but I understand that this is all a test and I am happy to do the trailblazing so that all the women behind me can have an easier time in the years to come. I have never apologized for any of the creative decisions I have made nor the way that I look or dress.”
I anticipate engaging in subversive activity for many more years, pushing boundaries, challenging the patriarchy, and, above all, having fun.” The artist, who has 38 Billboard top-10 singles to her credit throughout the years, including 12 no.1 successes, launches her global Celebration Tour on July 15 and stops at Madison Square Garden for four of the tour’s August dates and Barclays Center for two of the tour’s December performances.