She’s Hung Up.
Madonna is looking to do whatever it takes to get her natural appearance back ahead of her highly anticipated world tour, according to a report.
The so-called Queen of Pop, 64, faced endless criticism following her brief appearance at the Grammys in February, where she modeled a striking new look on stage.
After clapping back at haters following a slew of plastic surgery rumors, Madonna was actually deeply “affected” by the comments made by naysayers and is looking to switch up her look again.
“Despite what people think, the criticism over her drastically different appearance does affect her,” a source told Daily Mail.
The insider said that the “Like A Prayer” hitmaker is undergoing procedures that will restore her natural features.
“She sees and hears what people say about her and, for the tour, she wants to look more like herself again for her fans,” the source added.
The Post has reached out to Madonna’s reps for comment.
Just two weeks after sparking confusion with her appearance at this year’s Grammys, Madonna showed off how “cute” she looks.
“Look how cute I am now that swelling from surgery has gone down. Lol,” she tweeted in February, alongside a snap of herself smizing for the camera.
Madonna’s quip came weeks after she took to the Grammys stage to introduce singers Kim Petras and Sam Smith for their performance of “Unholy.”
During her brief appearance on stage, she quickly became a trending topic after viewers pointed out how different her face looked compared to years past.
The criticism forced the singer to slam people who chose to focus on her looks instead of the speech she gave.
“Instead of focusing on what I said in my speech which was about giving thanks for the fearlessness of artists like Sam and Kim- Many people chose to only talk about Close-up photos of me Taken with a long lens camera By a press photographer that Would distort anyone’s face!!” Madonna captioned an Instagram video on Feb. 7.
The pop icon said she was once again “caught in the glare of ageism and misogyny that permeates the world we live in.”
“I have never apologized for any of the creative choices I have made nor the way that I look or dress and I’m not going to start,” the seven-time Grammy winner added.
Though Madonna has never publicly confirmed or denied rumors claiming she’s gone under the knife, she admitted she was “not against plastic surgery” in 2012.
However, she did say she was “absolutely against having to discuss it.”
Madonna is set to begin “The Celebration Tour,” which commemorates her four decades in music, on July 15 in Vancouver.
She will play 53 shows across North America before the US leg of her tour ends in Jan. 2024.