Madonna’s body of evidence is a regime too far

LOOKING like something out of Night of The Living Dead, pop icon Madonna appears to have finally pushed her punishing fitness regime a step too far.

Sporting sinewy arms the 50-year-old pop star shocked onlookers as she stepped out in London on Sunday night in a short-sleeved top that revealed her muscles.

Well known for being a fitness fanatic, it looks like Madonna has pumped one dumb-bell too many as she showed off her bulging veins in a T-shirt.

The queen of pop revealed her frightening look after dining out in London.

With not an ounce of fat on show, her bulging veins were clearly visible.

The pop superstar, who is 51 next month, last year split from director hubby Guy Ritchie after a tumultuous eight-year marriage.

She is back in London with her four children, Lourdes, 12, Rocco, eight, David Banda, three, and new addition Mercy, four, after travelling around Europe with her Sticky And Sweet tour.

Madonna, who last November became the new face for fashion house Louis Vuitton, is renowned for taking a fanatic approach to exercise, complete with gruelling two-hour workouts, six days a week.

But her latest picture shows that her relentless pursuit of the perfect body hasn’t exactly had the desired effect.

She is also said to have undergone a range of cosmetic alterations in her quest to look younger.

Madonna is believed to have had cheek implants, among other procedures. The new A-list phenomenon, dubbed the “pillow face”, is designed to look more “natural” than a face-lift or better than the “frozen” look of Botox.

However, she has remained tight-lipped about any rumours of cosmetic surgery.

Last week the star was in tears after two people died working on her stage set in Marseille, France. Eight other people were injured in the accident.

In a statement on her website, Madonna said she was “devastated” by the news.

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