At­tack of the fe­line faces

Madge isn’t the only celeb who’s purr-fectly smooth!

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Jocelyn “Cat­woman” Wilden­stein bet­ter watch her back – be­cause Madonna and a lit­ter of other ladies seem to be com­ing for her queen of the an­i­mal king­dom crown!

Yep, the Ma­te­rial Girl showed off a fright­en­ingly frozen face in Lon­don on Sep­tem­ber 6. And it wasn’t too long be­fore the in­ter­net’s claws came out...

“She turn­ing into a real life cougar,” one com­men­ta­tor wrote of the toy­boy-lov­ing star. Miaow! Madge, 60, in­sists she hasn’t des­per­ately sought out a sur­geon to keep her look­ing like a vir­gin – but does ad­mit she’s not against it. “I don’t like the idea of some­one putting you to sleep then tak­ing knives to you,” she once said. “I’m not go­ing to hold a press con­fer­ence if I have plas­tic surgery. I think about it – and I sure don’t rule it out.”

Even so, sur­geons reckon her fe­line fea­tures are most likely the re­sult of cos­metic tweaks, in­clud­ing botox.

“She’s had fillers and pos­si­bly a chin im­plant too,” US cos­metic sur­geon Dr Dave David tells NW.

Mean­while, Bri­tish plas­tic sur­geon Dr Ni­cola Wil­lis thinks Madonna’s work is off-bal­ance.

“Com­bin­ing too much cheek filler with too tight a lift can re­sult in a strange look rem­i­nis­cent of a cat,” she says. ■

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