Madonna is again going viral for all the wrong reasons. This time, Australian TikTokker claims Madonna photoshopped her own head onto the woman’s head to promote her Rebel Heart album. The Madonna Photoshop fail immediately went viral after Amelia Goldie posted the images. Some social media users criticised the star for not attributing the original image. Others also commented on the lack of skill the altered image demonstrated.
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A reader let us know the image is actually fan art created by a Madonna fan known as Nachopalooza. Although his Instagram is set to private, you can check out an archive of his work HERE.
“Horrible Photoshop and you’re a horrible thief!!!!”
(QNews is sure that person meant to include the word ‘allegedly’ in their comment.)
Another then trashed the star’s Photoshop ability.
“That’s probably the Photoshop level I had when I was 11.”
Earlier this month, Amelia posted the image and the original to her TikTik account. On it, she said, “When Madonna posts a photo of herself to IG to promote her new album but it’s actually your body. (I’m not joking.”
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@ameliamgoldieReply to @choleenmenciano it’s still there… ##madonna ##ohno♬ Oh No – Kreepa
Madonna released Rebel Heart in 2015 as her 13th studio album. The album included guest vocals by boxer Mike Tyson as well as rappers Nicki Minaj, Nas and Chance the Rapper. The singer released tracks ‘Living for Love’, ‘Ghosttown’, ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’, and ‘Hold Tight’ as singles.
DJ, producer, and singer Sophie Xeon, who died earlier this year, collaborated on ‘Bitch I’m Madonna’.
While the album reached Number One in Australia and a few other countries, it peaked at Number Two on Billboard.
Although Amelia Goldie made attempts to contact Madonna’s representatives, she never heard back.
It’s certainly not the first time the singer has gone viral, and not the first she’s gone viral for the wrong reasons. The Material Girl loves a scandal — even, it seems — a viral Madonna Photoshop fail.
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