Fans at the Grammys 2023 are “so bewildered” by Madonna’s “new face”
Several fans expressed their astonishment about Madonna’s appearance at the 2023 Grammys on social media on Sunday.
Fans commented on the 64-year-old “Vogue” singer’s appearance, particularly her face, when she walked the stage to introduce Kim Petras and Sam Smith for their “Unholy” appearance.
“Me attempting to ignore the fact that Madonna has a whole new face. One supporter shared a meme of Adele appearing bewildered at a basketball game along with the hashtag “#GRAMMYs.”
“Whaaaaaat happened to Madonna’s face?! #GRAMMYs,” another person commented.
“This legit looks like a Madonna impersonator with pics of rhe [sic] real Madonna in the background. Regarding images of Madonna’s most famous looks from the past that were projected onto the stage, another individual said, “She really f-ked up her face.
“Madonna looks good for her age … if her age is 2,700 year old vampire who eats babies and small animals alive,” someone else added.
“Has Madonna been nominated for ‘Best New Face’ at this year’s Grammy Awards?” a user jokingly asked.
“What magic formula was used to create #Madonna’s new face👀🤷🏽♀️? I’m so confused #GRAMMYs,” someone else commented along with a gif of different maths equations.
The singer of “Material Girl” kept her hair back in braid ponytails that hung tightly down the sides of her face, giving her a neutral appearance when paired with her bleached eyebrows.
She wore a matching black blazer dress and maxi skirt over a white collared shirt and black tie and spiced it up with fishnet tights, purple platform heels and Loree Rodkin jewellery.
The singer of “Material Girl,” who has yet to publicly apologise to any of her detractors, made a brief appearance at the 65th annual award ceremony to introduce Smith and Petras.
The singer of “Material Girl” wore her hair back in braid ponytails with tight braids dangling down the sides of her face, which blended nicely with her bare skin.
She opened her address by saying, “Here’s what I’ve learnt after four decades in music.” “If they call you shocking, scandalous, troublesome, problematic, provocative or dangerous, you’re definitely onto something.”
The Queen of Pop expressed gratitude to all of her fellow “rebels” for “forging a new path and taking the heat for all of it.”