It also questions whether or not the singer has had a little cosmetic help to stay looking as young as she does, reports News.com.au. In the piece, writer Jonathan Van Meter says: "Looking at Madonna, I kept thinking of the British expression for reconditioning a saddle: having it ''restuffed''."
He adds: "It''s possible (though in some cases before-and-after pictures would seem to suggest otherwise) that this face is occurring entirely naturally - after all, these are women who are famous for being beautiful." "The point is that there is a noticeable aesthetic shift happening in the face, and that''s dovetailing with quantum leaps in plastic surgery and dermatology."
Neither Madonna, nor her publicist Liz Rosenberg, would however confirm or deny whether the singer has indeed gone under the knife. Rosenberg said: "I have never represented anyone who has spoken to me about plastic surgery. Nor have I asked them. I don''t want to know. Anyone who has had it done, I''m all for it. It''s great."