As criticism of Madonna’s physical looks on the internet persists, Debi Mazar defended her “beautiful” pal.

At the Miscast23 Gala earlier this week, Mazar said to Page Six, “I don’t pay attention to any of it. “I don’t care what people think about me or about anyone; I think Madonna is beautiful.”

Nowadays, she added, “everyone [on the internet] has an opinion, and the only genuine way to survive—only the strong survive—is to not hear all the noise.

I think Madonna is gorgeous, the “Younger” actor reaffirmed.

The Queen of Pop also responded to the negative remarks made in response to her presence at the Grammy Awards in February.

“Once more, I find myself in the spotlight of ageism and misogyny that permeate our society. She commented on social media that there is “a world that refuses to celebrate women past the age of 45 and feels the need to punish her If she continues to be strong-willed, diligent, and adventurous.”

She said, before paraphrasing Beyoncé’s “Break My Soul,” “I have been degraded by the media since the beginning of my career, but I understand that this is all a test and I am delighted to do the trailblazing so that all the ladies after me will have an easier time in the years to come.

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When Madonna, 64, and Mazar, 58, first crossed paths in the 1980s at Danceteria in New York, Madonna recruited Mazar to do her makeup for the song’s music video, “Everybody.”

The “Goodfellas” actress recalled the day when record executive Seymour Stein, who recently passed away, signed Madonna.

She told us, adding that she was “really sad” to learn of Stein’s passing, “I remember the day that it was happening and the day that he signed it.”

She remarked, “I was really thrilled that he said yes to her and revolutionized her career. He was a great mensch, a true New York visionary.

Mazar traveled to the area from her new residence in Italy, where she and her family had relocated prior to the Covid-19 outbreak.

The “Entourage” actress wed Italian chef Gabriele Corcos in 2002; the couple has two children, Evelina (20) and Giulia (17). The duo co-hosted a cooking show and co-wrote two volumes.

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Even though Mazar loves living in Italy, she acknowledged that she occasionally yearns for New York.

She admitted, “I do get homesick here in Italy.” “I must return home so that I can use the subway, see my family, and enjoy the return of the city. It’s wonderful.

Nothing is missing from my life. I mean, it’s my house too, and I adore it. I was born in Italy. In each location, my life is completely different.

The “Civil Wars” actress revealed that after relocating to Europe, she has increased her employment there.

She said, “It’s been a very fascinating career change for me.


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