Madonna “contacted” Anne Winters after recreating the singer’s most iconic looks

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Anne Winters dressed in Madonna’s most iconic looks to grab her attention.

The 26-year-old actress recreated footage of herself channeling the seven-time Grammy winner from her clips Like a Prayer and Material Girl, among others, because she wants to star in the self-directed biopic. of the legend.

And the 13 reasons the star also revealed that the 62-year-old hitmaker is now following her on social media and even ‘reached out’ after seeing the photos.

Iconic: Madonna seen in her controversial 1989 music video, where she danced around burning crosses

Go For It: Anne Winters of 13 Reasons Why recreated Madonna’s most iconic looks for the purpose of staring in the singer’s self-directed biopic; here she disguised herself as the singer from her 1989 music video Like A Prayer

“Anything is possible when you go for what you want and have the king muhf ** talent to back it up, of course,” the Emmy winner said on Sunday in a fan montage, which featured her with Madonna side by side.

Over the weekend, the actress began sharing images of herself depicting the music icon over the years, with the goal of staring in her upcoming self-directed biopic.

‘BLOW UP @Madonna Instagram guys – i want [sic] play her in her new biopic, ”Winters captioned the first image of herself. “I was told I look like young Madonna forever, I act, I sing, I look like her… now.

Hope: In a number of shots, she held her mouth open in the musical icon's signature pose

Lookalike: Madonna on the cover of her second album, Like A Virgin, in 1984

Go ahead: She went on to explain that “the cast and the movies were hit” amid the coronavirus pandemic, so she was “trying a new tactic” to land the lead role in the film. Here she is in Madonna’s 1984 Like A Virgin look

Confident!  'BLOW UP @Madonna Instagram guys - I want [sic] play her in her new biopic, '' Winters captioned the first image of herself.  `` I was told I look like young Madonna forever, I act, I sing, I look like her ... cmon now ''

Confident! ‘BLOW UP @Madonna Instagram guys – I want [sic] play her in her new biopic, ”Winters captioned the first image of herself. “I was told I look like young Madonna forever, I act, I sing, I look like her… cmon now”

Creating the Buzz: After causing a digital sensation by showcasing her striking resemblance to Madonna, Anne Winters has garnered recognition and praise from the Queen of Pop.  The image on the left is from the Madonna Borderline music video in 1983

Creating the Buzz: After creating a digital sensation by showcasing her striking resemblance to Madonna, Anne Winters has garnered recognition and praise from the Queen of Pop. The image on the left is from the Madonna Borderline music video in 1983

She went on to explain that “the cast and the movies were hit” amid the coronavirus pandemic, so she was “trying a new tactic” to land the lead role in the film.

Winters then posted several different looks, using the hashtags #minimadonna, #hireme, and #BLONDEAMBITION, in reference to the artist’s world tour in 1990.

The Vogue singer is working on her biopic with Diablo Cody, the 2007 Juno Jewel Oscar-winning screenwriter, and Amy Pascal, who will produce it.

Speaking about the project on Instagram recently, Madonna said, “I want to convey the incredible journey life has taken for me as an artist, musician, dancer – a human being, trying to make my way through this world.

“The focus of this film will always be music. Music kept me going and art kept me alive. There are so many new and inspiring stories and who better than I to tell them.

“It is essential to share the roller coaster of my life with my voice and my vision.

Channeling Her Inner Material Girl: Winters' most recent post included a photo of herself in a black t-shirt, which read: 'Italians do better'

The actress wore a replica of the design Madonna first wore while filming the video for her song Papa Don't Preach in 1986

Same: Some of Winters’ recreations were seamless, as she slipped into character. Here she mimics Madonna’s look from the 1986 Papa Don’t Preach music video.

Winters seen getting her Madonna-inspired makeup, which included a dark red lip, thick black eyeliner, and thicker eyebrows

Bold move: She went on to explain that “the cast and the movies were hit” amid the coronavirus pandemic, so she was “trying a new tactic” to land the lead role in the film, which the Vogue singer is about work

Earlier this week, it was revealed the film would explore some of the darker aspects of his life before he rose to fame, including stabbing rape at the age of 20.

A source told the Mirror: “She lost her mother to cancer when she was only five years old, which a child never recovers. But she turned her loss and pain into a creative force to be reckoned with.

“There will be shocks because it’s only part of his DNA. It’s been an incredibly cathartic process for Madonna, ”the insider continued.

“She discovers memories that have long been left dormant. She’s done and accomplished so much, so having this time to think was pretty magical.

Madonna previously revealed that she was raped after moving from Michigan to New York to begin her music career.

I'm still working on it: Despite all the attention and engagement with the star, Winters urged fans to keep 'breaking the internet'

Side profile: Madonna seen in 1990 for the movie Dick Tracy

Exciting: Winters then posted several different looks, using the hashtags #hireme and #BLONDEAMBITION, in reference to the artist’s world tour in 1990. This look is from the 1990 film Dick Tracy

In an essay for Harper’s Bazaar, she wrote, “New York City wasn’t all I thought it would be. He did not welcome me with open arms. The first year, I was at gunpoint.

“Raped on the roof of a building where I was dragged with a knife behind my back and robbed my apartment three times. I do not know why; I had nothing of value after they took my radio the first time.

She previously explained, “I was told if I wanted to file a complaint, that, you know, a physical exam, I would have to go to court, they’re going to ask you all these personal questions.

“You’ve been raped before, so do you want to talk about it? Do you want to make it public? No, it’s not worth it. It’s too humiliating, she said.

In the works: The Vogue singer is working on her biopic with Diablo Cody, the 2007 Juno jewel Oscar-winning screenwriter, and Amy Pascal, who will produce it

In the works: The Vogue singer is working on her biopic with Diablo Cody, the 2007 Juno jewel Oscar-winning screenwriter, and Amy Pascal, who will produce it

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