Once again a new independent release is upon us, this time The Girlie Show on vinyl on the Payless label.
You know you struck a cultural and political nerve when a week after a stirring and defiant speech at the historic Women’s March on Washington January 21, people are still talking, debating, and pissed off about it. Love it or hate it, Madonna’s speech was a rousing success. As a gay man in my…Details
Harper’s Bazaar Argentina has also chosen to put Madonna on the front cover of their new issue, choosing the same picture as US Harper’s Bazaar.
We found this newly discovered picture of photographer Slam with Madonna after the taping of Le Grand Journal in March 2015. Madonna was getting ready for the meet & greet with fans and here they were doing some pre-shoot tests.
Before Donald Trump blasted Madonna’s Women’s March speech as “disgusting,” the 45th President of the United States once reportedly started a rumor that the Grammy winner was into him. In a resurfaced Washington Post report that was first published in May 2016, Trump was reportedly caught pretending to be a publicist for himself named “John…Details
Madonna has not responded to Donald Trump calling her “disgusting” for saying she thought about blowing up the White House, but she has the option of making the next move by recording what could become the rallying cry against the prez. Sources tell TMZ legendary songwriter Bruce Roberts, who wrote “Enough is Enough” for Barbra…Details
Rhino will release a re-issue of Madonna’s Confessions On A Dance Floor this January 31 on 2LP pink vinyl.
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Madonna covers German Gala magazine with a picture of her speeching during the women’s march in Washington, unfortunately no further pictures of her inside the magazine.
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This photo was taken during a new photoshoot for new artwork for an MDNA Skin campaign as it is expanding very soon!
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Madonna is no stranger to expressing exactly how she’s feeling. In front of a crowd of protestors at the Women’s March on Washington (and, in turn, in front of a worldwide audience, as her words unsurprisingly made headlines, stat), the pop icon flat-out admitted to being outraged over the political state of the U.S: “Yes, I have…Details