Stay tuned for an exclusive preview, scoop and review of the upcoming The Mammoth Of Madonna book by Michelle Morgan, which promises to be a true must-have in every fans’ collection. There are 448 pages with over 200 pictures!
The book is scheduled for release in the UK on April 2, click HERE for the pre-order
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The real Madonna Ciccone: 30 remarkable years
Since Madonna, The First Album‘s release in the early 1980s, Madonna has sold a remarkable 300 million records worldwide, making her the top-selling female recording artist of all time. Actress, director, businesswoman, author, mother, charity campaigner, fashion designer, entrepreneur . . . Madonna’s life and phenomenally successful career have been extraordinarily varied – and inspiring.
Michelle Morgan, author of the bestselling Marilyn Monroe: Private and Undisclosed, provides a vivid account of the Queen of Pop’s life in over 200 full-colour photographs, including rare and previously unseen shots of Madonna at work and at play, while extended captions shed new light on her albums, videos, books, tours, fashion, charity work, friends and family.
The Dress: A custom matador bodysuit designed by Lebanese-born Shady Zein Eldine.
The Wearer: Madonna, who’ll be performing at Sunday’s Grammys.
Why We Dig: Never one to settle for boring style — who could forget her iconic bra cones? — the Material Girl proves she’s still got it when it comes to upping the sex appeal. The custom-made bodysuit, which Madge wears while being surrounded by a clad of chiseled guys she refers to as “Minotaurs,” features a nude satin-stretch corset covered in three different types of lace, a black chiffon silk top and a satin tie. And yes, her figure looks as toned as ever, even at at age 56. Styled by B. Akerlund, Madonna also gets down in the video wearing a torero-inspired outfit. Check out the clip here.
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De Dutch pre-order for the Vinyl LP to Rebel Heart is finally available through Platomania
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Madonna dropped off the music video for “Living for Love” on Snapchat’s doorstep Thursday afternoon, inching closer toward the (official) release of her 13th studio album, “Rebel Heart,” on March 10.
The clip finds Madonna playing matador to a host of men dressed as bulls in a red arena that glitters like a Latin-infused “Moulin Rouge!” Its imagery matches the anthemic heft for which many applauded the track when it hit iTunes in December. For a song that carries the torch of “Express Yourself,” the singer dons a leotard reminiscent of 2005’s iconic “Hung Up” and emerges victorious amid an army that stands no chance against a warrior who “picked up my crown [and] put it back on my head” — a sentiment especially potent in the wake of the multiple leaks that have plagued her new music.
This is Madonna’s theater, after all. Football players fawned over her in “Give Me All Your Luvin” and she gyrated her way through a callback to the provocateur years in the black-and-white “Girl Gone Wild” sleek videos whose self-referential undertones did not double as suitable extensions of Madonna’s legacy. Here, no matter the aforementioned comparisons to her 33-year career, she channels the new breakup anthem for something else: Madonna presents herself as queen of the big top without relying on allusions to her own résumé to prove she is the master of the postmodern pop scene. She uses her ongoing prowess to vanquish the beasts who grunt and shove their way across her stage. This is the Madonna video we’ve waited a decade for, and it hails from what sounds like the makings of the Madonna album we’ve anticipated for just as long.
As of now, you’ll have to head to Snapchat’s Discover page to watch the “Living for Love” clip, which was directed by French duo Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen, otherwise known as J.A.C.K., and edited by Danny B. Tull, who worked on “4 Minutes” and several other Madonna videos. HuffPost Entertainment will embed the video here as soon as it appears online.
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She’s set to reprise the performance at this Sunday’s Grammy Award telecast
In her new “Living For Love” music video — which premiered on Snapchat, of all things — Madonna entices the affection of a roomful of bull-masked men as she flutters a red cape their way, serving choreography and face along the way. While the video hasn’t made its way to the web yet, you can watch a fan-shot version below (via Facebook).
Though the Queen of Pop has dealt with numerous musical blows in the past year, including the leak of more than 30 demos in December, her new album, Rebel Heart, is set for a March 10 release. Look for her to perform “Living For Love” at this Sunday’s Grammy Awards ceremony as well.
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The “Living for Love” music video is the first to premiere on the app’s Snap Channel.
Today, Madonna is set to premiere the first music video from her new album,Rebel Heart, on Snapchat, the picture messaging app that was recently valued at $10 billion. The video accompanies “Living for Love,” the album’s first single, and will be viewable on the app’s “Snap Channel.”
The Inside Story of How Madonna Turned her “rebel heart” Leak Into a Global Hit
It’s been a rocky album campaign for the pop star, 56, who has endured two devastating album leaks, the second of which happened on Monday and included the 25-track deluxe version. Rebel Heart will go on sale Tuesday, March 10th, after Madonna performs at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 8th, and the Brit Awards on Feb. 25th.
The video was directed by the French duo Julien Choquart and Camille Hirigoyen, together known as J.A.C.K., was edited by longtime Madonna collaborator Danny B. Tull, and styled by B. Akerlund — who also works wthBeyonce, Britney Spears and Lady Gaga. It was choreographed by Megan Lawson.
Brand new magazine cover: Madonna covers the newest edition of Serbian Optimist magazine. This will be released midway February in print and online. For more information visit www.optimist.rs