Madonna is age-shamed yet again. Is it time to give the singer a break?

The 58-year-old singer was shamed for her “wrinkled” hands over the weekend [Photo: Instagram/madonna]

Another day, another bout of body shaming by a tabloid.

This time, Madonna has been targeted by the Daily Mail for her “ageing wrinkled” hands that shockingly reveal her real age.

Looking her usual rock ’n’ roll self in a biker jacket by Moschino and spotted Marc Jacobs shirt, the 58-year-old singer attended the UFC fight in New York over the weekend.

Madonna was spotted with Hugh Jackman at the fight [Photo: Instagram/thehughjackman]

Daring to lift her hands to the camera, Madonna showed that she is ageing naturally – and gracefully – with a few lines and wrinkles seen.

There’s a bigger issue here. Google ‘Madonna age’ and you get 785,000 news results. Many of them shame her sometimes eclectic outfits, making reference to the fact that ‘she is not dressing for her age.’

Luckily, Madonna is a feisty character. In September, she took to Instagram to post some provocative throwbacks, captioning each one with “acting my age.”


Madonna’s revealing Met Ball look was also criticised [Photo: Getty]


She was also criticised for her bum-baring look at this year’s Met Ball. Defying those who spoke against her, the music icon again turned to Instagram, writing a lengthy post stating: “The fact that people actually believe a woman is not allowed to express her sexuality and be adventurous past a certain age is proof that we still live in an ageist and sexist society.”


Madonna isn’t the only one facing criticism day in, day out with Renee Zellweger and Kim Cattrall both speaking out against the media and their respective industries.

Isn’t it time we celebrated women’s achievements instead of filling headlines with age-related comments? Women in creative industries work tirelessly for equality and should be allowed to dress and act however they want regardless of their age. Period.

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