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Fans Slam Madonna For Shocking New Face: 'What Just Happened?'

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Jan. 18 2019, Updated 9:03 p.m. ET

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Madonna has always been a chameleon when it comes to her flamboyant style and ever-changing hairdos, but some fans are not happy with her latest transformation.

This Friday, the “Like a Prayer” singer shared a bizarre selfie showing off her new black hair and mannequin-looking face.

While she looked happy as ever in the cheeky photo featuring her little girl, the 60-year-old got major backlash for her look.

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“OMG!!!! What just happened????” commented a user.

“It’s a wig!” wrote another.

Some online haters brought up the fact that her nose was blurred, and her skin smoothed out in the shocking photo.

“Sad,” wrote a troll, while another accused Madonna of looking like a doll — and not in a good way. readers know the pop diva has never been shy about her appearance or flashy style.

Earlier this month she even refused to deny she got butt implants, instead reminding fans that she was free to do whatever she wanted with her body.

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“Desperately Seeking No Ones Approval” she captioned a sexy selfie.

What do you think of Madonna’s new face? Sound off below.

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