The pen is mightier than the sword, and apparently the scalpel as well.New York Magazine
is diving deep into the world of facial plastic surgery in their new issue, putting Madonna and her seemingly revamped face on their cover to drive the point home. Across the face of the Material Girl, lines similar to those used in plastic surgery are drawn, with phrases like "Big Baby Cheeks" and "Plumped Skin" used to indicate where Madge may have gotten a boost or two.'The Mount Rushmore cheekbones, the angular jawline, the smoothed forehead, the plumped skin, the heartlike shape of the face,' goes their description of Madonna's new mug. 'Looking at Madonna, I kept thinking of the British expression for reconditioning a saddle: having it 'restuffed.' Perhaps that's where she got the idea to have some work done. After the hunt, Madge dismounted her trusty steed and thought, 'My saddle needs restuffing. And, by George, so does my face!''
Madonna's publicist recently claimed that the changes seen in her face were the result of a bad batch of photos, not any work done on the pop queen.The cover story goes on to investigate the new trends and reasons for plastic surgery among both celebrities and commoners.