Madonna’s fans have been questioning whether or not she had plastic surgery after she debuted a much fuller derriere at her New Year’s Eve live performance at the famous gay bar Stonewall Inn in New York City.
The 60-year-old showcased a way curvier backside as she put on a special performance with her son David Banda, 13, in order to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. The live show was caught on camera and quickly made its way onto the internet, which has left the “Like A Virgin” singer’s fan base wondering if she had her assets cosmetically enhanced.
And while the concert in itself was highly praised, online users just couldn’t let slip the fact that her body looked totally different, as reported by the Daily Mail.
“Yup I think she did get butt implants. They look so fake tho. Whatever makes her happy,” one fan said, while another one pointed out it looked “like she has a pillow down there.”
“GOTTA be pads GOTTA be. Right?!?!” one follower wondered, and another joked “It looks like there is a shirt stuffed in her back pocket!!!! Lmfaooooooo.”
However, others had a different interpretation of the whole situation, with one online user claiming it was a “microphone control,” while another wrote, “It’s a battery pack babe…Banda also has one in his back pocket….”
The Queen of Pop surprised all the partygoers by showing up shortly after midnight at the special venue, which became famous after the uprising behind the launch of the LGBT movement happened there five decades ago. She stood on stage and gave an emotional speech before happily performing two songs with her teenage son David. Madonna flawlessly delivered her 1989 hit tune “Like a Prayer” before leading the crowd in a singalong of Elvis Presley’s classic “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” released in 1961.
She opted for an all-black outfit consisting of a skinny jeans and shirt combo, complete with a leather biker jacket, paired with sparkly body chains and a shiny “New Year” bow in her hair. She joined her stylish son on stage, who wore a T-shirt and stud-adorned pants, which he completed with a black top hat and a bow tie. David played the acoustic guitar for his mother as she sang the first song, and joined in as she belted out the Elvis Presley hit.
David Banda is one of Madonna’s six children, and she adopted him from Malawi’s Home of Hope back in 2006. She also adopted daughter Mercy James in 2009, and twins Esther and Stella Mwale in 2017. She shares a biological daughter, Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, with Carlos Leon, and a son, Rocco Ritchie, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie.