Despite the backlash Madonna reportedly has a deal with PrettyLittleThing a fashion brand

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After facing backlash for her outlandish social media posts, Madonna is reportedly considering a partnership with online fashion brand PrettyLittleThing.

The Material Girl singer will likely sign the contract in an effort to modernise her image and win over a new, younger fan base.
It’s early days, but there have been discussions about Madonna joining up with PLT, possibly for her own range or to front a campaign, a source told The Sun.

Those clothes must sell like hotcakes to young women, and it could do wonders for her ability to connect with a whole new audience.

“But Madonna is far away from Molly-Mae… or at least she should be,” the source continued.

When pressed for more information, a representative from the fashion powerhouse said, “I’m afraid we aren’t able to comment on this at the present time.”

The Pop Queen recently opened up to Vanity Fair about the challenges and exhaustion of raising her six children.

The singer acknowledged that “growing up with a mother like me is a challenge.” That was the toughest, longest battle I’ve ever fought.

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There is “no one gives you a manual,” she continued. Mistakes are necessary for growth. Time commitments are high in this line of work. And there’s no break, so it’s exhausting.

To Lourdes, with Madonna Leon, 26, Rocco, 22, David, 17, Mercy, 16, and Estere and Stelle Ciccone, 10, are all members of the Ciccone family.

The singer continued, “To this day, I am still trying to figure out how to be a mother and do my job.” Because “having children and raising them is a work of art, no matter who you are.”

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