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What Did Madonna Do to Her Face? The 63-Year-Old Singer Looks Youthful

Dayna Remus
Jun 10, 2022
09:40 A.M.
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Frozen in time and looking as gorgeous as always, many speculate that the Queen of Pop may have had work done on her face.

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Madonna is directing an upcoming biopic on her own life. A source said that looking for the perfect candidate to portray the pop legend required sifting through many women.

But, they finally came across the right person for the part: Julia Garner. Many may know Garner from her parts in the series "Ozark" and "Inventing Anna."

Singer Madonna on stage in London in 1983. | Source: Getty Images

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Many big names in the performing industry tried out for this part, from Florence Pugh, Alexa Demie, and Odessa Young.

Speaking about the movie, Madonna expressed, "The focus of this film will always be music. Music has kept me going."

Recent snapshots and clips of this new director hint that she may not only be working on a film. With a much more youthful look, Madonna has everyone wondering if she has had any plastic surgery.

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DID MADONNA HAVE A FACELIFT?

Many experts believe she has had many procedures such as botox and face peels. One expert criticized the alleged plastic surgery she may have had, saying:

"The chin to the jawbone should be a smooth transition — they added too much. This is a case of injections gone bad. It’s not going to kill her, but does she look normal with those puffs?"

Another stated that they were near-certain that Madonna underwent something to make her skin look slightly younger such as laser treatment or skin boosters.

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Madonna hasn't made any claims about having had any cosmetic surgery and said she doesn't like it when people ask her about it. In 2012, the "Material Girl" said:

"I am certainly not against plastic surgery. However, I am absolutely against having to discuss it."

The vocalist has also clapped back at assertions that she had implants in her buttocks. Madonna expressed that it is her own body and doesn't need approval from anyone else about what she does or doesn't do with it.

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Yet, despite Madonna's statements that it's her body and, as such, her face, people still keep commenting on the possibility of her having a face life.

One penned, "Madonna went Lil Kim face…" while another Twitter user said, "Madonna really got a whole new face."

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Another used this Madonna face surgery saga to respond to someone asking why people aren't paying attention to Joe Biden's ear and how it looks different in two pictures. This was implied as evidence of Biden's body doubles. In response to this, they said:

"Because people don’t understand how too much facelift changes everything in your face. They pay attention to this instead of being horrified at Madonna’s newest look."

Some defended their favorite singer, with one individual talking about unrealistic beauty standards and how some people are calling Madonna ugly.

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The Twitter user stated this occurs when society normalizes faces and bodies that look like the Kardashians' and expects everyone to look that same way.

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Madonna at the GRAMMY Awards on January 26, 2014 in Los Angeles. | Source: Getty Images

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HOW MANY CHILDREN DOES MADONNA HAVE?

Madonna most likely doesn't have the time to care or pay attention to comments about whether she had plastic surgery, with her focusing on her biopic, music, and of course, her six children.

Twenty-five-year-old Lourdes Leon is her oldest daughter that she had with Carlos Leon, who is a fitness trainer. Then, Rocco Ritchie, 21 years old, was born to her and ex-husband Guy Ritchie in 2000.

Following this, she adopted four children from Malawi: 16-year-olds David Banda and Mercy James, as well as her 9-year-old twins Stella and Estere.

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