Madonna at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS event
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'I'm getting more attractive with age'

Pop superstar Madonna is embracing the ageing process, insisting she is only just reaching the peak of her attractiveness at 49.
The singer feels fitter, more toned and more attractive than she has ever been as she approaches her 50th birthday in August.
She explains, 'I like the way I look better now. My thighs aren't as chubby. I'm not kidding. I'm being perfectly honest.'
But Madonna insists she has never thought of herself as a natural beauty: 'I see myself as practical and handsome, and useful. I don't think of myself as a great beauty. But I think of myself as stylish.'
The Material Girl also reveals she never gets nostalgic and feels the need to look back at images of her past: 'I don't look at old pictures of myself. I don't look at pictures of myself from last week. Once I've approved of them, they're gone.'



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what???????????? I love the idea she is honest but come on madonna has such a beautiful and unique face, and as my mom says, if you have beautiful eyes you are beautiful and we all know how BEAUTIFUL madonna's eyes are...

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