Paul Nolan runs the rule over the excellent Madame X, on which the pop icon successfully incorporates political and social commentary Madonna’s latest reinvention finds her taking on the guise of Madame X, an embodiment of female empowerment who, in the singer’s own words, acts variously as “A dancer. A professor. A housekeeper. An equestrian”…Details
The mother of six opens up about the lessons she’s learned from raising a big brood in a new interview with Harry Smith. Madonna opens up about motherhood in an interview with Harry Smith.TODAY June 13, 2019, 2:14 PM GMT+2 / Source: TODAY By Ree Hines She may be best known the world as the Queen of…Details
LONDON (Reuters) – Gun control, poverty and the marginalized, Madonna’s new album “Madame X” sees the Queen of Pop wanting to “fight back” in what she sees as a frightening modern world. In an interview with Reuters, Madonna also said she was horrified by moves to restrict LGTBQ and women’s rights, namely in her native…Details
Madame X is starting to arrive on doorsteps!
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38 number ones. 300 million records sold. The highest grossing female live performer ever. Ahead of Madonna‘s new album release ‘Madame X’, Andrew Denton caught up with her in London for her only Australian TV exclusive interview.
Catch it in full, 9pm Tuesday on Channel 7. Pre-order the album now: https://uma.lnk.to/MadonnaMadameXMO
Are you ready for tonight?
- Concerto Cafe Amsterdam
- Welcome from 18.30
- Madame X 19.00
- A not-to-be-missed goodie bag (with exclusive gadgets not available elsewhere)
- Buy your desired item(s)
- Bring your dancing shoes
hen Madonna called out ageist reactions to her 14th album this month, I felt a nasty lurch of guilt in my stomach. ReviewingMDMA in 2012, I was mean about her decision to invest so much “desperate” energy into maintaining the impression of eternal youth, leaving her looking and sounding “exhausted and unhappy and making me feel the same”.…Details
In 1994, Madonna journeyed to Ronda, Spain to film the torero-inspired music video for “Take a Bow.” During the shoot, she half-cheekily informed MTV’s Kurt Loder that she was “Spanish in another life.” It’s the kind of claim that might raise some eyebrows today, but 25 years later, the influence of Latin culture on Madonna’s music…Details
Exclusive interview in VISÃO magazine: “I won’t leave Lisbon”…
Official VISÃO website HERE