Madonna proves she’s a fan of Jessica Alves as the queen of pop shares the reality star’s meme

Madonna took to Instagram on Tuesday to reveal she’s a fan of a very unlikely reality star.

The queen of pop, 63, surprised many of her 18 million followers as she shared a meme of former Celebrity Big Brother star Jessica Alves, 38, alongside the words ‘Martini Monday’

In the since deleted post, a gorgeous Jessica can be seen in three separate shots as she holds up her martini glass for the camera before enjoying a sip.

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You what? Madonna , 63, surprised many of her 18 million followers as she shared a meme of former Celebrity Big Brother star Jessica Alves, 38 on Tuesday

Mrs meme: The Papa Don’t Preach hit maker captioned the meme: Martini Monday. Complete with a martini, knife and red chilly emoji (stock image 2021) 

The Papa Don’t Preach hit maker also added a martini, knife and red chilly emoji. 

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While it’s unknown if the two are friends, Jessica is a huge fan of the singer and originally posted the pictures of herself five days ago, which clearly caught Madonna’s eye. 

Television personality Jessica was enjoying an evening in Thailand when she shared the post, she is there ahead of having voice feminisation surgery.

Busty: While it’s unknown if the pair are friends, Jessica originally posted the snaps last week

Jessica posed in the multicoloured dress which included racy cut outs and chain detail.

Posing up a storm the star let her luscious locks fall to one side as she showed off a cherry red manicure. 

Jessica captioned the saucy set: ‘One martini is just right. Two martinis are too many. Three martinis are never enough. #martini’.

Gorgeous: The busty beauty posed in the multicoloured dress which included racy cut outs and chain detail

Party time: Jessica captioned the saucy set: ‘One martini is just right. Two martinis are too many. Three martinis are never enough. #martini’

The media personality, who has spent £800,000 on a total of 78 surgeries to transform her appearance over the years, had previously spoken of the struggle she faces as she says her ‘androgynous’ tone leaves people confused.

She exclusively told MailOnline on the morning of the surgery that she was feeling incredibly nervous and urged fans to pray for her.

Jessica, who is trans, exclusively told MailOnline last month: ‘My current voice is considered androgynous.

Operation: The media personality, who has spent £800,000 on a total of 78 surgeries to transform her appearance over the years, had previously spoken of the struggle she faces as she says her ‘androgynous’ tone leaves people confused

‘It isn’t a male voice but it isn’t a female voice either which leaves people very confused over the phone as they don’t know if they are talking to a man or a woman.

‘It is very exhausting for me to always correct the tone and the pitch of my voice when talking to people or when I am on a date, as I think that my voice is the only thing that gives away the fact that I am a trans woman.

‘I have been turning down a lot of job offers for TV roles where I have to speak a lot as I don’t like my voice and it plays a lot of my confidence.

Hospital: ‘It isn’t a male voice but it isn’t a female voice either which leaves people very confused over the phone as they don’t know if they are talking to a man or a woman

Currently most of the TV shows I do are in Brazil, Germany and Italy and those are long term contracts which I have to fulfil even though I hate my voice and I don’t want to speak much.

‘Having voice feminisation surgery will give me a lot more confidence to do more TV shows.’  

The screen star will not be allowed to talk for a full 10 days before starting her voice therapy.

Quiet: The screen star will not be allowed to talk for a full 10 days before starting her voice therapy

Jessica continued: ‘After the voice surgery I will be more confident to do more TV shows in England and also to go on dates without feeling self conscious about how my voice sounds.

‘So far I have done 78 surgeries and I have spent about £800,000, and this year I would like to finish all my surgeries and then find a relationship and eventually get married.’

The star insisted she is never short of male attention when she goes out but added: ‘Most of the time when they realise that I am a transexual woman they lose their interest.’

Sexy:  The star insisted she is never short of male attention when she goes out but added: ‘Most of the time when they realise that I am a transexual woman they lose their interest

Voice feminization surgery What is voice feminization surgery?

Voice feminization surgery is a procedure to raise the pitch of your voice or make it sound higher. Surgery changes the length, size or tightness of your vocal cords.

Your vocal cords (also called vocal folds) are bands of soft tissue in your larynx (voice box). They control the pitch of your voice. They vibrate when you take in air. Surgery changes the folds so they vibrate differently and make higher sounds when you speak.

Are there different types of voice feminization surgery? 

There are different approaches to voice feminization surgery, including:

Anterior glottal web formation shortens the length of your vocal cords. This is the most common type of voice feminization surgery. It’s also called the Wendler glottoplasty. 

Cricothyroid approximation (CTA) increases the tightness of your vocal cords.

Laser reduction glottoplasty (LRG) decreases the mass, or size, of your vocal cords. 

A laryngologist performs voice feminization surgery. This type of healthcare provider specializes in surgery for the voice box and throat.

Why is voice feminization surgery done? 

  • You may choose to have voice feminization surgery if you: 
  • Are a transgender woman (male transitioning to female). 
  • Have a disorder of sex differentiation (born with both male and female sex organs). 
  • Have disorders that require androgen (male sex hormone) therapy as treatment. 
  • Have ovarian cancer where tumors produce androgens.
  • Source: Cleveland Clinic  

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