This week, Madonna and her ‘bestie’ Stella McCartney went on a night out together, during which the vocalist appeared to have kept her makeup on in the wake of rumours that she had undergone cosmetic surgery.
With the fashion designer and others, the 63-year-old looked as dazzling as ever in new photos she published to her Instagram page.
Like A Prayer singer let her hair down for a night of drinking and partying with her closest friends, posting a slideshow of photos with the caption: “Night Out with my Besties……………”
With only a little makeup on her face, she appeared to be in her 20s in the photographs.
With a cigarette in one hand and a glass of white wine in the other, the pop star appeared to be having a good time as she posed with a burning look in her eyes at the camera.
Recent changes in Madonna’s look have put her in the centre of a public debate.
Many have criticised the singer of going too far with plastic surgery, despite the fact that she has not verified she has had any work done.
It’s even gotten to the point that her children are becoming concerned about her “changed appearance.”
Daughter Lourdes Leon, 25, whom she shares with ex-husband Carlos Leon; daughters Mercy, 15, and twins Estere and Stella, 9; sons Rocco Ritchie, 21, and David Banda, 16, whom she shares with ex-husband Guy Ritchie; and sons Rocco Ritchie, 21, and David Banda, 16; Madonna is the mother of Rocco Ritchie, 21, and David Banda, 16, whom she shares with ex-husband Guy Ritchie; daughter Lourdes Leon
Despite the fact that she is devoted to her children, the Papa Don’t Preach actress is claimed to have scared her family because of her shifting appearance, according to reports.
“Lourdes, Rocco, and the other kids have been skirting around the matter with their mother, but it’s reached the point where they are becoming concerned about her,” a source told Heat magazine. “
The singer-songwriter isn’t ready to give up music just yet, but the entire industry is geared around young people.
She would never consider shedding her Madonna “identity,” according to the source, and therefore the only way for her to change her ways would be through “her children.”