Madonna fans react as she promotes her upcoming single with bizarre video of her face
Madonna fans got mixed reactions when she promoted her upcoming single with a bizarre close-up video of herself.
The 63-year-old pop icon celebrates more than four decades in the music industry and last month became the first and only artist to top the Dance Club Songs – Billboard charts 50 times.
To celebrate this feat, she is releasing two collections: a 50-track compilation of her favorite remixes of the most popular hits and another 16-track version.
The latest single sees a remix to Deeper and Deeper from 1992, which is out now.
She posted an eight-second video to her social media platforms, including Instagram, Twitter and TikTok, on Tuesday evening (May 31).
During the video, Madonna wore a black Balenciaga jacket, a pair of pastel pink sunglasses, her hoop earrings and a number of necklaces – the same outfit she wore while watching the WBA lightweight world championship. at the Barclays Center in Brookyln for Gervonta Davis vs Rolando Romero last Saturday with his son David Banda.
As the remix sample plays in the background, she appears to take a selfie before slowly zooming in on her face before moving closer to the lens of her sunglasses.
The caption next to the video read, “I always want to go deeper and deeper…………….” followed by five purple love heart emojis.
The majority of his fans reacted positively to the posts, with Brazilian artist Johnny Hooker saying, “This remix is so amazing,” followed by four fire emojis.
On Instagram, one person commented, “Deeper and deeper into botox,” along with a laughing face emoji.
Another wrote: “About as much intellect as Lady Garbage. With stans like you, no wonder her career is trash.”
However, on TikTok, the comments were less kind with concerns over his erratic behavior.
One user said: ‘I used to be a fan, not so much anymore’, while a second person added: ‘I’m worried about his well-being.’
Meanwhile, her recent racy snaps have her banned from going live on Instagram after she continually broke the app’s rules with her nude posts last week.
She shared a video reacting to the decision, saying, “I’ve never worn so many clothes in my life.”
She captioned the clip: ”Not us!!!! violation of community guidelines……….”
Madonna was puzzled as to why her posts were deleted, but she admitted it could be a delay in previous NFT videos.
The mother-of-six has teamed up with digital artist, graphic designer and animator Beeple to make the three NFT videos – also known as non-fungible tokens – which aren’t for the faint-hearted.
Among the more graphic aspects of the clips are close-ups of her private parts, which were created using scans of the singer.
There is no sign of the videos on her Instagram, but she has yet to clarify whether these are the videos that were deleted by herself or the social media platform.
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