UK Magazines: skymag
UK Press: Madonna and Mercy in London

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bristar

LOVE the one where she's seated on the chair!

HATE the one where she is reclining and looks like one of those creepy porcelain Victorian dolls! Too odd!

Ward

yeah, i agree with others...it's clearly SUPPOSED to look the way it does...BUT i don't like it. i want her to look like herself! she's beautiful without all the effects of computer digitization :)

Dana

she's obviously supposed to look like a doll or something, i think it's amazing!

Ashley

i think the whole point of the picture is to look like she's somewhat frozen in time and immortalized. Louis bags are timeless peices, she is a timeless artist, and the two go hand in hand. i think it also has a futuristic look...so i really wish people would get off the whole "hand" issue with her. She's vascular. Get over it.

Dariush Alavi

If that really is one of the images, all I can say is: Oh dear!

There comes a point when tinkering with Photoshop produces rather inhuman results... and I would've thought someone like Madonna would've had the guts and the confidence not to give in to the pressure to look like some waxwork dummy.

Very disappointing.

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