MADONNA SHOCKS FANS WITH UNRECOGNISABLE SELFIES AFTER BEING MISTAKEN AS DEAD
Days after fans started fearing that the famous singer, Madonna, had passed away – she surprised them.
Due to an awkward mistake on social media, the star was trending on twitter. Football legend, Diego Maradona, tragically passed away of a heart attack at the age of 60, however some fans did not read close enough and started the #RIPMadonna trend.
The hashtag, #RIPMadonna, went viral and left her fans around the world momentarily stunned. This confusion even led to some fans sharing videos expressing their condolences for the singers family.
However, Madonna shared a healthy photo on her social media accounts also showing off yet another great new look.
The star wowed fans with a number of unrecognisable selfies, and she posted a selfie in face netting while poking her tongue out. Madonna also showed off her new hair do which is now striking pink.
Madonna captioned her photos, which she posted on her Instagram account saying; "Still Giving Thanks............ #thanksgiving."
Even though the star has been quiet on social media, she sprouted back into the public eye on Thanksgiving. She reportedly hasn't been spreading the love to another big name artist, David Guetta, for a very strange reason.
It's been reported that Madonna has been accused of refusing to work with David Guetta after making the discovery that he was a Scorpio.
Soon after, lyricist Sir Tim Rice, who made the hit film Evita with ‘Madge’ also reckons that he was snubbed for the same reason. He stated that "No wonder Madge hasn’t been in touch with me since the Evita movie back in 1996, for I am a humble Scorpio too. Madonna is a Leo – known for stubbornness, ambition and honesty, preferring to do things their own way, sometimes meeting others with great opposition when this preference is challenged. Scorpios, on the other hand, are characterised by shyness, willpower and artistic talent. Mysterious and interesting, we rarely enjoy taking the centre stage, preferring to handle our work behind the scenes. How true."