A woman named Amelia Goldie has turned to TikTok to reveal that she was once body-snatched by a celebrity. Vice says that back in 2015, Madonna posted a picture to her Instagram promoting her album, Rebel Heart. Well, it looks like Madonna’s Photoshop intern pasted her head over Amelia’s body. Amelia brought it up then and is talking about it now after it made the rounds again. Little known fact: Henry Cavill actually does the same thing with his head and my body.
Back in 2015, Amelia was visiting her parents when she learned about Madonna’s post through friends who tagged her in it. Lo and behold, there was Madonna’s head pasted onto a picture of Amelia in a Joy Division t-shirt.
“I laughed and thought it was a joke then realized it was on her official account and couldn’t believe it. I was in shock. I told my parents and they still think it’s a joke and can’t comprehend how or why it’s happened. It’s hilarious… I’m surprised it’s still up honestly. Quite a few people are saying that she should credit me and that it’s a bit strange!”
A bit strange? Um, watch her Quarantine Diaries, Madonna is on another level.
Amelia posted a TikTok of the event as part of the TikTok meme using the Oh No by Kreepa sound where people describe surreal or uncomfortable situations which have happened to them. The TikTok now has millions of views and people have gone back into Madonna’s comments to call her out for it. But no word from Madonna. And Amelia even reached out herself but never got a response back. Here’s the original Madonna post in question:
And here’s Amelia’s TikTok with the side-by-side of her actual picture:
How did Madonna’s people do such a bad job at Photoshopping this image? They had the same hairstyle! And still, someone chose not to blend! Even I’m better at Photoshop than this. I wonder if this will start a trend. Here’s hoping Khloé Kardashian sees this story in the social sphere and comes to some realizations. When Khloé wants her weekly transplant, she can give her face a rest and just Photoshop her sisters’ heads onto her body instead.
Pic: Instagram, TikTok