Madonna sparks rumors of butt enhancement as she displays curvier backside during NYE performance at Stonewall Inn

Madonna's performance at the iconic gay bar went viral, but it wasn't because of the songs she performed


                            Madonna sparks rumors of butt enhancement as she displays curvier backside during NYE performance at Stonewall Inn

Has Madonna made a secret visit to the friendly surgeons? The singer definitely gave a lot of NYE party-goers much to think about when she threw a surprise performance at an iconic gay bar in New York City. However, what left many fans confused and asking questions was the pop diva's backside which appeared much curvier than than what we have seen previously.

The 60-year-old singer stopped by the Stonewall Inn on Monday night and delighted the partying crowd with an acoustic version of her popular song, 'Like A Prayer', along with the Elvis Presley classic, “Can’t Help Falling in Love.” She was accompanied on the guitar by her 13-year-old son, David Banda.



 

But all through the performance, many fans could not help but notice that the singer seemed to be packing in way more junk in her trunk than usual. So much so, that even online users could see the stark difference, and began questioning whether the 'Material Girl' had received butt injections.

Within moments, the video of Madonna's NYE performance went viral, with a lot of people pointing out the bigness of Madonna’s butt: “Real question: Did Madonna get butt implants,” one fan tweeted, while another said, “I’m not sure but it looked like Madonna went to Nicki Minaj’s butt enhancer doc.”

But all through the performance, many fans could not help but notice that the singer seemed to be packing in way more junk in her trunk than usual. (Source: Instagram)
But all through the performance, many fans could not help but notice that the singer seemed to be packing in way more junk in her trunk than usual. (Source: Instagram)

Quite a few fans even speculated if there was some padding of sorts in the 'Like A Virgin' singer's pants. “They have to be butt pads.” wrote an Instagram user. Another commenter agreed, posting, “She got on booty pad Or she’s wearing some padded undies there’s no way in hell that’s her own.”

Someone else remarked, “Look like she got an overnight pad on.” And another put, “I’m so confused! Like is it padding? Is she joking? I don’t like!” “I absolutely love Madonna have always been one of her biggest fans. But I can’t with the butt implants,” someone added.

Singer Madonna arrives at the Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to host an after party for her Rebel Heart Tour concert stop on October 25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for ABA)
Singer Madonna arrives at the Marquee Nightclub at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas to host an after party for her Rebel Heart Tour concert stop on October 25, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for ABA)

It was previously reported that the 'Queen of Pop' had reignited her feud with fellow artist Lady Gaga, calling her a copycat once again. During her press tour for 'A Star Is Born', Gaga used one specific line for multiple interviews: "There can be 100 people in a room and 99 don’t believe in you. And you just need one to believe in you." Madonna claims that it was she who said it first.

Though she didn't refer to Gaga in any way, Madonna, shared an Instagram story of a vintage interview of hers from the 80s where she's using the same line, after which she also shared several additional NSFW posts to her feed, with one captioned "don't f*** with me Monday" and an additional one reading, "I heard it all before...talk is cheap. If you can't improve the silence...say nothing. #sorrynotsorry."

Singer Madonna attends the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcasted live on NBC from The Shrine Auditorium on March 29, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)
Singer Madonna attends the 2015 iHeartRadio Music Awards which broadcasted live on NBC from The Shrine Auditorium on March 29, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)