The discography to Express Yourself has just been added! Express Yourself was the powerful follow up to an already powerful and groundbreaking debut single off of Madonna’s new ‘Like a Prayer’ album. Express Yourself has become an anthem for many women worldwide and one of Madonna’s most recognisable hits. She opened her Blond Ambition Tour with it and has since gone on to perform it various times. The incredible music video to the song was the most expensive at the time, a cinematic experience!
We have added a total of 23 different pressings, such as vinyl, cassettes, CD’s and promotional VHS.
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Madonna hosted a meet and greet at Barneys New York this week to celebrate the US launch of MDNA SKIN, applying product to select VIP fans and taking photos with customers.
The line was co-developed by Madonna and MDNA SKIN’s Japanese parent company MTG. Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, Madonna’s dermatologist of two years, is also on board as MDNA SKIN’s brand consultant.
The hero product, The Chrome Clay Mask, is comprised of clay that comes from Montecatini, Italy, where MDNA Skin was granted permission to use the city’s thermal waters and fango clay.
Every product in the range is formulated with M.T. PARCA, a proprietary ingredient derived from four natural springs in Montecatini.
The restorative, mineral-rich water is the base for the line’s products including a Face Wash, Face Serum, Eye Serum, Eye Masks and Rose Mist.
Looking ahead, a Finishing Cream will join the lineup in the US in November, followed by a Reinvention Cream and an Onyx Black Beauty Roller next year.
Photo Credits: Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for MDNA SKIN
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MDNA Skin, Madonna skin care line was developed by the “Queen of Pop,” as well as its Japanese parent company MTG. Her dermatologist for the past two years, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, is on board as her skin care line’s brand consultant.
The Chrome Clay Mask, which is the hero product, consists of clay that comes from Montecatini, Italy. That is where the skin care line was granted permission to use the city’s thermal waters and clay. Every product is formulated with M.T. PARCA, an ingredient that comes from the four natural springs in Montecatini.
The mineral-rich water is the base for the skin care line’s products, which include a face wash, face serum, eye serum, eye masks and rose mist. In the future, a finishing cream is expected to be a part of the the skin care line in November in America.
Some new additions to the discography pages that are already up:
- Holiday – UK 12″ re-issue (earring picture sleeve)
- Gambler – Venezuela 12″ ‘Jugador’ (pictured)
- Like a Prayer – German CD pressing with import sticker from Malaysia
- Who’s That Girl – Mexican LP
Madonna was just the closing comic in a powerhouse lineup of all-stars, and the “Material Girl” killed.
It all went down at the famous Comedy Cellar in NYC.
We’re told the scheduled lineup of comics got bumped because a murderers’ row showed up, including Sean Donnelly, Pete Holmes, Aziz Ansari, Louis C.K., Jon Stewart, and Amy Schumer.
Amy Schumer, who opened for Madonna’s concerts, brought the singer on stage and turned her loose on the crowd.
We’re told Madonna had everyone doubling over during a particularly raunchy set of jokes centered around her … vagina. She was the closing set and absolutely destroyed the audience.
Afterwards, Madonna and the rest of the comics all hung out and mingled.
Imagine getting to see Madonna on stage for the price of a two drink minimum.
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She sings, she dances, she acts, she has a new skincare line. But does she kill in a comedy club? Madonna added another notch to her creative belt on Tuesday night (Sept. 26) when she took the stage alongside pal Amy Schumer ath New York’s legendary Comedy Cellar. The singer posted several pics from the surprise set, including one in which she’s standing next to Schumer, writing “And the next minute i was tagging along with @amyschumer at @nycomedycellar Making my stand up debut! What a thrill. Finally busted my cherry thank you Amy!”
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The pairing was not as weird as it seems, as Madonna opened for Schumer in October at Madison Square Garden in a bid to encourage people to vote for then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, returning a favor for the time Schumer opened for Madonna at MSG in 2015. Schumer, as you might imagine, had some fun with her friend’s stand-up debut, writing “We’d like to thank @nycomedycellar for taking a chance on our new act.”
Fans who attended the show were blown away by the line-up at the surprise all-star show, which also included unannounced appearances by a murder’s row of comedians, including Aziz Ansari, Louis CK, Pete Holmes and Jon Stewart.
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Madonna attended the official launch of MDNA SKIN at Barney’s in New York last night. First up was the presentation, followed by various interviews. Madonna arrived in a stunning red dress at the official launch, only to later change outfits again while she applied the products to a few lucky attendees.
Later Madonna was spotted with Amy Schumer at the Comedy Cellar for some stand up comedy.
Unfortunately according to a few people that attended the event it was all quite unorganised and messy.
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At 59, Madonna has the skin of a three-year-old vampire, and now you can, too. The singer’s skincare line, MDNA Skin, just launched Tuesday — though she says she’s been obsessive about taking care of her skin her entire life.
“I never went to the beach, I never smoked a cigarette, I was never interested in the normal juvenile delinquency paths, and I’m happy about that because my skin ended up looking good,” she told a group of beauty editors at the line’s launch on Tuesday afternoon.
Her line of six products, ranging from $50 for a face wash to $600 for a chrome clay mask and removal device set, are designed in collaboration with her dermatologist, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank. Active ingredients include thermal mineral water, olive oil and clay from the Montecatini village in Italy, and are meant to help customers get Madonna’s taut, wrinkle-free visage.
But she says she don’t market her products as “anti-aging,” following a recent trend that caught fire when Allure Magazine announced it banned the phrase from its pages and site.
“I do believe we live in a very agist society that’s unkind toward women,” she said, answering a question from The Post. “I think it’s ridiculous that we have to hide our age or not be able to embrace it — I’m 106. I think we have to go the other way, and stop cheating and pretending. Just take care of yourself a little bit every day and love who you are.”
Taking care of herself means using her products all over, from forehead to elbows and even her famous derriere.
“I’ve used the chrome clay mask on my butt,” she told the group. “Don’t you want soft skin on your butt? Don’t other people look at your butt? Your butt has an audience! I encourage it. Maybe you can ask your significant other to remove it for you.
“Put it on, you lay down, he or she can rub your feet while your mask is sinking in for 7 to 10 minutes. And then you can get some magnetic head on your behind,” she said, referring to the magnetic wand tool that you wave over your clay-covered skin to help remove the clay and whatever impurities it absorbed.
She says that she also uses the line’s serum on her knees, dabs the leftover liquid from her eye masks on her elbows, and sprays $180 rosewater mist everywhere — “I attack my kids with it,” she says.
The tony line is a far cry from the scrappy beauty experimentation she used to do back in the day, she admits.
“I remember when I lived on the Lower East Side, and I really didn’t have much cash,” she said. “There was a salon on 7th street, between First and Second Avenue. There was a girl in the back, and — I know this is weird — she was a heroin addict, and she gave amazing facials. And I would go with her, and we’d do trades. So for me, skin was always important to me, and I took care of my skin from a young age.”
Find the line at Barneys’ Madison Avenue location, and online at barneys.com.
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Like she is about most things, Madonna is famously a perfectionist about her skin. She rarely spends time in the sun, and when she does, she is covered head to toe in scarves and hats, as many a paparazzi have found out. She reportedly not only travels with her own facialist when on tour—she happens to be the most successful touring solo artist of all time, so she can afford it—but she is an early adopter of beauty fads, like the obsession with oxygen facials. Back in the aughts, she was one of the first celebrities to buy into the trend, going as far as buying one of the machines for her personal use, or so it’s been reported. The result is that Madonna is one of those very famous women who seem to be aging backwards. So, it’s not at all a surprise that she would launch her own skincare line. Called MDNA Skin—a play on her 2012 album—the launch includes a face wash, a chrome clay mask with its removal device—a product she demonstrated on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday night—as well as a serum and a rose mist, an item she has spoofed in a series of promotional videos with the Fat Jewish. (The nine units, ranging in price from $50 to $600, will be available on the line’s site as well as Barneys New York counters.) Madonna boldly stepped into the beauty world with a trusted partner at her side, Dr. Paul Jarrod Frank, the New York dermatologist whose Upper East Side office is hallowed ground for anti-aging obsessives. Here, Frank, who consulted on MDNA after working with Madonna on her personal skincare for some years, shares the pop star’s rules for better skin, the importance of consistency and discipline, and reveals the anti-aging product everyone should try.
How did you start working on the line?
I met Madonna almost three years ago when I started consulting her on skincare as her dermatologist. I didn’t know it, but at the time she was working on her skincare line with [a company called] MTG that would launch in Asia. As a cosmetic dermatologist, I’ve had many years of formulation, product development, and marketing experience working with the Estée Lauder Companies. Understandably, we had quite a bit to talk about. Madonna is an extremely meticulous consumer who is eagerly interested in not only beauty, but science. Whatever I suggested led to extensive conversations about all aspects of skincare and beauty. So, after many months of picking my brain and working together, she asked me to work as a consultant and sort of middleman between her vision and MTG.
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Madonna will be among guests to attend the Monaco Yacht Show this Thursday where Leonardo DiCaprio will be honoured for his marine and environmental conversation work.
Film star and activist Leonardo DiCaprio is to be honoured for his marine and environmental conservation work at the inaugural Monte-Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean event during the Monaco Yacht Show 2017. Hosted by the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the event will take place on September 28 at the Terraces of the Opera Garnier of Monte-Carlo with all proceeds from the evening being donated to initiatives helping form a sustainable global ocean.
Presided over by Prince Albert II of Monaco himself and hosted by global fundraising chair Milutin Gatsby, Event Chairs for the gala include celebrities such as Martin Scorsese, Kevin Spacey, Eva Longoria, Madonna, Arnold Scwarzenegger, Goldie Hawn, Uma Thurman, Joe Pesci and Tobey McGuire, thus significantly adding to the stars to look out for in Monaco.
During the course of the evening Leonardo DiCaprio will be presented with the Award of the Albert II of Monaco Foundation for his outstanding commitment to protect and preserve the environment. DiCaprio founded the conservation-focused Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation in 1998 which, alongside the star-studded Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation Gala held in St Tropez each year, has donated millions to help raise awareness and support initiatives combatting climate change, aiding ocean conservation, wildlands conservation, indigenous rights and researching solutions to these global crises.
Other highlights of the evening include a live auction conducted by Simon de Pury, which will feature once-in-a-lifetime experiences, such as a luxury Antarctic expedition with explorer Johan Ernst Nilson, playing a game of five-a-side football against Neymar Jr, and a tennis match with Rafael Nadal. Other top lots include a week’s charter on 82.5 metre yacht O’Mega, Lorraine Schwartz’s stunning Planet Pendant necklace and fine art by the likes of Picasso, Jeff Koons and Francis Bacon.
Should you wish to attend the gala, it’s not too late to submit your ticket or table application and show your support for the organisations tackling some of the biggest threats facing our oceans.
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