Fans worried about Madonna after bizarre Grammy night video, Brian Stelter morph takes it to new level

Madonna, the aging “Queen of Pop,” prompted concern from fans after posting a bizarre TikTok video ahead of Sunday night’s Grammy Awards show.

The 63-year-old diva shared a short 13-second video, wearing a see-through black top and braided hair. A rough-looking Madonna is seen leaning closer and closer to the camera, until her face fills the frame. She then pursed her lips as if to kiss the lens, before leaning back. All the while, her face remains expressionless, although that is arguably the result of a little too much Botox.

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As troubling as some fans saw the potential cry for attention, others were quick to ridicule Madonna. One fan responded, “She is my idol but at first watch this video scared me! What are you doing?”

Another person said, “Could you use the Madonna filter please so you look more like Madonna?”

The clip took on even greater hilarity when someone cleverly superimposed the face of CNN chief media correspondent Brian Stelter, whom Donald Trump Jr. once compared to Mr. Potato Head because of his rotund appearance.

The doctored video becomes a sight-unseen once burned upon one’s retinas.

The doctored clip drew its share of responses as well, suggesting that some poor souls can look forward to a few restless nights… here’s a quick sampling of the responses to the story from Twitter:


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