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Madonna turned 63 and criticized for Photoshop

Madonna turned 63 and celebrated it in Italy with her entire family, as she showed on her social networks. But the photos caught the attention of his followers, who criticized her for the excessive use of photoshop. Indifferent to the criticism, she goes ahead and just signed a millionaire contract with Warner.

Let’s go by parts. This Sunday, August 16, the Queen of Pop celebrated her birthday in some ancient catacombs located in Italy. She was accompanied by her partner, a 27-year-old choreographer named Ahlamalik Williams. And its six children: Lourdes León, 24 years old; Rocco Ritchie, 21; David Banda, 15; Mercy James, also 15; and twins Estere and Stele Ciccone, 8 years old.

“Under the spell of the Byzantine Empire” is the epigraph of the photos and videos of the celebration. But the images raised controversy. Many of her followers accused her of not take over your 63 years and abusing image editing and retouching tools. The result is that she looks like an ageless woman and is unrecognizable.

One of the photos that Madonna uploaded for her birthday of Madonna. Photo: Instagram

Rain of criticism

Many of the comments point out that his attitude is “absurd” and complain that he has shared some images in which he looks like a completely different person. Several challenged her to post the same images but without editing. In the photos she is seen with a smooth, uniform complexion and completely free of wrinkles.

But retouching is not just digital. Over the years, Madonna had various cosmetic procedures done. He tried everything he had on hand to hide the passage of time: facelifts, filled with hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite and polylactic acid. Some say a permanent filling was implanted.

The face is not the only part of your body that went through scalpels, injections and other interventions. The last thing that was done in his body is lipofilling, that is, the grafting of the body’s own fat in certain areas, removing it from some sectors and relocating it in others, such as the buttocks.

Another image of the celebration for Madonna's birthday.  Photo: Instagram

Another image of the celebration for Madonna’s birthday. Photo: Instagram

Millionaire contract

From now on, to Madonna criticism matters little and nothing. And she has reason to be satisfied. After more than a decade at Universal, he has just announced a new millionaire contract with Warner Music Group, a record company that will control its entire catalog.

“From the beginning, Warner Music Group helped me bring my music and vision to my fans around the world with the utmost care and consideration. They were incredible partners and I am delighted to embark on this next chapter with them,” said the singer. in a statement, referring to his previous stint at the record company, which began in 1982 with the release of his first single, Everybody.

It is a “historic global partnership,” Madonna noted. The British newspaper The Sun he speculates that it is an eight-figure agreement. The agreement includes a reissue campaign of a large part of its catalog, a process that would start in 2022, when the 40th anniversary of its recording debut is fulfilled.

One of the criticized images that Madonna uploaded for her birthday.  Photo: Instagram

One of the criticized images that Madonna uploaded for her birthday. Photo: Instagram

Madonna herself will “personally” supervise “luxury editions” of many of her iconic albums, “as noted from Warner. Except for her last three albums, published by Universal through Interscope Records, her entire career was linked to Warner, through labels such as Sire, Warner Bros or Maverick himself, which she founded herself in 1992.

Her previous bond with Warner developed between 1982 and 2007, when Madonna became the first major star to sign a comprehensive contract with a promoter. At that time, Live Nation paid him $ 120 million for the rights of records, tours, merchandising and movies.

Catalog and film

In the Warner catalog are their most successful albums, such as Like a Virgin, True Blue, Ray Of Light and Like A Prayer. Now they will be reissued, the same as the three he released with Universal (MDNA, Rebel Heart and Madame X), which will become part of the Warner Music catalog in 2025.

Madonna singing, at her birthday celebration.  Photo: Instagram

Madonna singing, at her birthday celebration. Photo: Instagram

The agreement also includes the making of a film about her life, which Madonna is preparing with Diablo Cody, the award-winning screenwriter of Juno. The film would be a vehicle to re-launch its catalog, as happened with Queen and Rapsodia Bohemia, and Elton John and Rocketman.

Meanwhile, on October 8, a documentary about his last tour. Madame X, directed by Ricardo Gomes and SKNX, will be seen through the Paramount + platform, on the same date that will mark thirty years since the premiere of Truth or Dare, his first documentary.



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