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“There is 100 percent that that is fake. There is absolutely no way that that’s her real bottom,” Kelly continued.
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Kelly went on to say that she knew the “right thing” to say in those situations was to cheer Madonna on and give affirmative statements like, “You go girl, 63! And that’s what 63 looks like and you’re still holding it together.”
“That’s not how I feel,” Kelly added. “I feel like, woman, cover up! It’s too much.”
“I just think that her old brand was vulgarity and it worked but it’s working less for me as she gets into her mid 60s and is officially a member of AARP,” Kelly said, suggesting that Madonna should show “a little bit more dignity” and arguing that instead of sexy, her look came off as vulgar.