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  • Madonna

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  • Like A Virgin

    2 2.63%
  • True Blue

    8 10.53%
  • Like A Prayer

    15 19.74%
  • I'm Breathless/Whos That Girl/Cant Stop

    1 1.32%
  • Immaculate Collection/GHV2

    12 15.79%
  • Erotica

    9 11.84%
  • Bedtime Stories

    6 7.89%
  • Something To Remember

    3 3.95%
  • Ray Of Light

    17 22.37%
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  1. #101
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    Re: Madonna Adopts African Baby-baby

    Madonna's Confessions Tour, kicked off in late May 2006, with her having to create additional dates to keep up with demand. The tour became the highest grossing tour for a female artist of all time, grossing a reported $194.8 million. The record was previously held by Cher, whose nearly three year long Farewell tour grossed $192.5 million with 273 shows. Madonna's Confessions... grossed more than that amount in only 60 shows. The tour also had a global audience of 1.2 million. However, it also sparked controversy when she used religious symbols such as the crucifix and crown of thorns in her performance of "Live to Tell". The tour ended its 60-date run on September 21st 2006 in Tokyo. The show is to air on NBC, November 22, 2006.
    Most celebs would wish to be so "over"

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    Re: Madonna Adopts African Baby-baby

    she's targeted dry cause she come off as phony and affected. how does a girl from detroit speak with a british accent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by james1200 View Post
    she's targeted dry cause she come off as phony and affected. how does a girl from detroit speak with a british accent?
    Who's to say she can't? Or that it's wrong that she does?

  4. #104
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    Re: Madonna Adopts African Baby

    I definitely think there are a lot of things celebrities will do just for the sake of publicity. But anyone who thinks someone would bring a child into their life to raise - to take on years of all of that responsibility and work and the demands of parenthood just to get their name in the papers - is a serious cynic. I don't think there's any way that would be the case. Having a child is far too much work to do it just for the sake of publicity or "shock value". There's not a chance I think any of that was Madonna's motivation for adopting this child. And as crazy as I think Angelina is, I think even her motives were noble as well. Perhaps celebrities are beginning to see how lucky they are and how they are in a position to do good things and help the rest of the world.
    My only problem is that sometimes in fighting to save the rest of the world, they seem to forget about the problems here at home in America. In any event, I respect the lack of selfishness some celebrities are beginning to display, and hope to see others follow.
    (on a side note, while I agree that Madonna's career may be in the gutter here in America, she's certainly still flying high around the rest of the world - so she didn't need this mission to Africa to boost her career)

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    Quote Originally Posted by james1200 View Post
    madonna is over and done in the U.S. is what he means...u know as well as i do her new album was a massive bomb here selling less than a million copies which is horrible for a supposed "superstar". her first single off the CD barely made the top ten and the rest of the singles haven't charted at all. it's over baby!
    Obviously, you must have her mistaken for some one else, or someone must've read the story wrong to you. I know that no where that I have read (that is reputable, and not trash rags) says she has bombed in sales or otherwise. Wasn't it just recently that they announced and it has made it to the Guinness-Book-Of-World-Records that she has conquered in what Cher has done in 5 (five) years she did in 2 months, with her concerts and surpassed Cher's sales. Yeah, that's right. Check it out baby! Just google her name and you'll see for your self!


    On another note, kudos to Madonna and her family, the child will be raised properly and have a beautiful and healthy upbringing,

    which is more then I can say for Tom Cruise's or Brittany's.......
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    porto, my info on her sales figures comes from the bible of the music industry, billboard magazine. i'm not talking about anything except the last album which bombed in the U.S...like it or not, that is a fact.
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    Re: Madonna Adopts African Baby-baby To Write Sequel To Mommie Dearest In Twenty Year

    If you are rich, it`s not a big deal to adopt one or ten kids...You have a Nanny, a Chauffeur, a cleaning woman for your huge house...so what....

    Madonna`s daughter is even now a tiny "Paris Hilton" fastidious and cocky.....
    And this Kaballah, Scientology thing among the "Stars"...terrible

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    Fine I stand corrected. But she did do far better here and in Europe.

    Just tired of all the bashing when she has done very well for herself and others.
    No one else can come out of Italy and Russia alive after being threatened like she has.......nes't pas?
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    Hmmmmmmm, I too think maybe Madonna is trying to follow in Angelina's foot-steps with the African adoption......

    I read where people compared Madonna's adoption to "Slavery on the auction block"!

    You see, she only wanted "a boy", so ALL girls were dis-qualified, and then she had like hundreds of babies made available for her to "preview" before making her final decision!

    She also wanted to "fast-track" the adoption and she "greased" the hands of the African nation's government to ensure the adoption went along smoothly and without any glitches...........and the poor father got nothing in return for his son; but she guaranteed millions to the government that is corupt whereas, the poor father could have used that money to lift himself out of poverty!

    I just think she made the whole adoption process look like buying an antique or some other possession..........NOT a human being!

    Cold, cold way of doing business, I think!
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    Re:Madonna Adopts African Baby-baby To Write Sequel To Mommie Dearest In Twenty Years

    I cannot understand all of the negativity in this thread. The bottom line is one less hungry child to feed. Those who bring up issues such as "she's an attention whore" or "she's a has been" come across as being petty, small and/or jealous. I don't intend any offence when I say that but seriously what are any of you people doing other than sitting around watching Entertainment Tonight and pointing fingers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cocktales View Post
    Hmmmmmmm, I too think maybe Madonna is trying to follow in Angelina's foot-steps with the African adoption......

    I read where people compared Madonna's adoption to "Slavery on the auction block"!

    You see, she only wanted "a boy", so ALL girls were dis-qualified, and then she had like hundreds of babies made available for her to "preview" before making her final decision!

    She also wanted to "fast-track" the adoption and she "greased" the hands of the African nation's government to ensure the adoption went along smoothly and without any glitches...........and the poor father got nothing in return for his son; but she guaranteed millions to the government that is corupt whereas, the poor father could have used that money to lift himself out of poverty!

    I just think she made the whole adoption process look like buying an antique or some other possession..........NOT a human being!

    Cold, cold way of doing business, I think!


    You've changed my opinion. You're post is so filled with the facts of the situation I now agree with everybody who says she shouldn't have adopted the boy. She should have just left him there in poverty. The articles I had read said she was giving a few million to help build up the area with schools, distribution centers and medical facilities, lies!

  13. #113
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    She is building schools and orphanages there, and I read statements from the father where he was saying how grateful he was that his son now had a chance at a better life. It's odd to me how people can be so negative, judgemental and cynical even surrounding acts of kindness and generosity. Even IF you think her motives were selfish - who cares?! Now there's one less child in extreme poverty and soon there will be an orphanage for many other children who lose their parents due to diseases such as AIDS. We should all be so "selfish."

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    Quote Originally Posted by portohottie View Post
    which is more then I can say for Tom Cruise's
    I'll adopt Tom's little girl - save her from a life of wierdness and Scientology. That kid is CUTE!

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    I too want to see every child have 3 good meals a day and two loving parents.........in a real world scenario.....

    I guess then it's OK to have two sets of laws, one for the regular people and the other for the "rich and famous"!

    So, Madonna and Guy go into a poverished African country and line up all the baby boy's (NO girls) and select the prettiest boy and take off back to London to raise their child with a silver spoon in his mouth.......????

    No birth certificate, no pass port or any other document to verify this boy child's existence???

    I guess she then goes to her high-priced lawyers and they draw up a legit birth certificate for the little boy??

    Case closed??
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    Don't preach to Madonna about adoption

    October 13, 2006
    BY NEIL STEINBERG Sun-Times Columnist

    Opening shot

    Children should be raised by both parents, of course, brought up in loving, culturally sensitive environments, in the communities in which they were born.

    They should also have a pony, because keeping a pony is a lot of fun and teaches responsibility. Two ponies, actually, a matched set, so the first pony can rest while the other . . .

    Sorry. The second sentiment is fanciful I admit, reflecting an idealized world. But so is the first. Most kids don't have ponies and many don't live with both parents. Millions upon millions don't even have one.

    Thus a pox on critics of Madonna, such as the shrill she-beast Andrea Peyser at the New York Post, who called the star's adoption of an African toddler a "freakish slave auction."

    Don't get me wrong -- I can sneer at Madonna's endless reign as a pop queen as well as the next guy. I just don't see how not thinking much of "Papa, Don't Preach" translates into ridiculing the idea of international adoption because it deviates from some notion of how things would be in a perfect world.

    The world as it is needs more adoptive parents, not fewer. Anybody who wants to care for a stranger's child should get a medal, and those who question them -- bureaucrats with more local pride than human pity, advocates looking to score a point on the endless racial tug-of-war, news harpies who will say anything that catches attention -- should be ashamed of themselves.

    I remember when Anne and Ed Burke were being beaten up by a few Chicago activists exercised that they had dared to adopt a black child damaged by his mother's crack cocaine use. Their critics had no idea what they were talking about -- didn't realize that the Burkes had previously adopted three children -- yet cooked up all kinds of baseless accusations and preened in the spotlight, until they got bored and went away.

    But the Burkes didn't get bored -- they remain as they always were, loving parents to the boy, quietly, behind the scenes.

    You can never accuse Madonna of being quiet. But to damn her for outrageousness out of one corner of your mouth and then damn her for embracing motherhood out of the other is both hypocritical and wrong. Even stars get to have a private life, whether we like it or not. And nobody adopts a child as a PR gimmick, and accusing someone of doing so says more about the accuser than anyone else.

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    NBC to air Madonna Crucifixion Scene

    After announcing they would not air the Christian-bashing crucifixion scene on its upcoming Madonna TV program, American Family Association reports that NBC executives have again changed their minds. NBC, also, recently ordered Christian Bible verses and references to Christianity and God removed from its children’s television program “Veggie Tales”.
    NBC Executive Kevin Reilly said: “We [NBC] viewed it and didn't see it as being inappropriate."
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    Re: Madonna Adopts African Baby-baby To Write Sequel To Mommie Dearest In Twenty Year

    Let's hope he will become a good-looking guy with good genetics and will be able to stand above the racism in the white world. It would be a shame if her offspring couldn't keep up with her looks and be famous, wouldn't it?

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    Another Plague Grips Africa: Madonna

    Me Madonna, you baby
    The pop star's adoption is a fairytale come true . . . at least for someone

    MARGARET WENTE

    Who among us does not feel pity for the plight of Africa? Its problems seem overwhelming and intractable. Its people endure wars, disease, and famine. And now, just when it seems the situation could scarcely get worse, Africa has suffered another blow.

    Madonna came to town.

    Last seen hanging from a crucifix, the world's most overrated pop star is the latest in a long line of celebrities who have discovered the Dark Continent, and, like Livingstone before them, are determined to save it. Madonna is also taking home a souvenir -- a cute dark-skinned adopted baby. Dark-skinned babies (along with Birkin bags) are the latest must-have celebrity accessory. Too bad Angelina Jolie can't sue for storyline appropriation.

    "For the last few years -- now that I have children and now that I have what I consider to be a better perspective on life -- I have felt responsible for the children of the world," Madonna modestly revealed. And so she has decided to devote a few million dollars of her sizable fortune to building orphanages in Malawi. Why Malawi? Why not? Namibia was taken. And George Clooney has the franchise on Darfur.
    To be sure, it's hard to find a country that's worse off than AIDS-ravaged Malawi, where the annual per-capita income hovers around $200 a year. Few people there had heard of Madonna before she descended from the skies in her private jet, like a toned and buff dea ex machina. But even before she landed, rumours had begun to sweep the country about a famous white lady who was coming to pick out a sibling for Lourdes and Rocco. Madonna's people denied an adoption was in the works. Meanwhile, her advance team was fanning out in their SUVs (imported for the occasion) to audition suitable orphans. A local newspaper interviewed an 11-year-old girl named Mpheso, who said, "They told me I will be a friend to a white girl called 'Lodess.' "

    Why is Africa the celebrity cause du jour? It can't simply be the photo ops. Maybe it's because the sufferings of Africa offer a cheap and easy way to reproach the West for its neglect and callousness (see Sir Bob Geldof, Bono, et al.) The awkward fact that Africa has gotten poorer, in spite of half-a-trillion dollars' worth of Western aid, is not allowed to spoil this narrative. Celebrity outrage would be better aimed at the kleptocrats and murderers who run Africa's thugo-cracies. But nobody would buy a concert ticket for that.

    "I am African," declares Gwyneth Paltrow in a recent ad for a children's charity, in which she (and not the children) stars. In spite of the blue paint slashed across her cheek and the ethnic beads wrapped around her neck, you could have fooled me. "We are on the verge of farcical at this point," said Vanity Fair columnist Michael Wolff. "This has become just a part of the public relations play book. Everybody has a PR person and every PR person says 'which country do you want to adopt?' " And if you can't decide, you can adopt the whole darn continent.

    It worked for Angelina Jolie. First she adopted a child from Ethiopa, to add to the child she'd already adopted from Cambodia. Then she decided to add her own child to her collection, and to give birth in Namibia, a scenic country previously known for its game parks. Wild lions were employed to fend off the invading paparazzi. The birth (attended by a leading Los Angeles obstetrician flown in for the occasion) was headline news around the world, and the holy trinity of Angelina, Brad and their surprisingly homely infant, Shiloh Nouvel, snagged the cover of Vanity Fair. No longer is Angelina a scheming home-wrecker. Now she is a loving mother who adopts dark-skinned orphans and gives away her money. "She is a genius at changing the narrative," said one tabloid editor. "How do you hate someone who spent Thanksgiving helping Pakistani earthquake victims?"

    But let's not be cynical. The Namibians got something too -- a major tourism boost. A majority of the voters in a local radio poll said Ms. Jolie's birthday should be declared a national holiday. Only 16 per cent thought the visit was "a chance for sycophantic losers to seek fulfilment."

    The visit of Madonna and her retinue has already goosed Malawi's GDP. The local people are grateful for the new orphanages, which, thanks to her spiritual interests, will have projects based on the Kabbalah. Let's also not forget the lucky little kid who won the jackpot, a one-year-old boy she has (mercifully) named David. International adoptions are against the law in Malawi, but exceptions can occasionally be made. David's birth father, a farmer whose wife died of AIDS, is very happy for his son. "Madonna promised me that as the child grows she will bring him back to visit."

    Nobody but the hardest-hearted cynic could see a dark side to this fairytale come true. So what if building orphanages also happens to be good for image-polishing? Everybody wins, and the fact that Madonna is able to keep her name in the news in the lead-up to next month's TV concert special is just a happy accident. Everybody gets a happy ending, except maybe for the kids who didn't make the cut. As the bewildered girl Mpheso recalls, "They said someone would arrive soon to prepare me for the trip, but no one has come."

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    Re: Another Plague Grips Africa: Madonna

    That woman irks me for some reason. "Auditions?" WTF is this? Poor Starving African Idol?

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    You guys are mean. Why can´t Madonna just want to help? Why is it that the first thing to say is that she wants the baby as an accessory? She is a good mother who teaches her children all the right things, and wants to help this boy have a future in much better conditions...maybe just maybe she fell in love with this little boy. How can you all be so insensitive? Anyway, I hope she has all the luck in going through with her plans of adopting this cutie
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    Re: Another Plague Grips Africa: Madonna

    She fell in love? THEY HAD AUDITIONS. It wasnt about her falling in love. It was picked for her in African Child Idol. Not to mention I wouldn't exactly want her as MY mother with her reputation AND the same shit she pulls still to this day..

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    Re: Another Plague Grips Africa: Madonna

    why doesn't she try to poop out another one herself. i am sure she could make magic work with her money and all. or maybe she's gone barren already. who knows... and who cares really?

    i've just read that they have left malawi... without the baby, because they couldn't get the papers together in time or something.

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    Child Welfare agencies in Malawi are trying to stop the adoption going through because they do not believe it is in the best interest of the child. And the legal process for bringing a foreign baby into the UK is not straightforward either. Madonna thought that because she holds a British passport, she could simply bring the child back with her but they have to go through all sorts of legal shenanigans first. It has to be considered by the local authorities where she lives in the UK as well. Could be another 10 months before the child is cleared to come here. Unless she bends the rules some more...

    And as I said elsewhere, this little boy has a father and grandparents. The father was interviewed in one of the UK papers on Sunday and from the way he tells it, he has almost been coerced into giving up his child. He cannot read or write so how is he expected to understand the enormity of giving up his only son? Apparently, Guy Richie stood at the back of the room when they first met with the boy and wouldn't interact at all. She also seems to have skipped over the fact that she is involved in the Kabbalah sect which might seem at odds with the way she has been portrayed to the boys family as a "good, Christian woman".

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    Hmmmm, I don't think Madonna holds a British passport.

    Where did you get that information?

    I can be wrong of course, but I don't think she has ever become a naturalised UK citizen.

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    You know Madonna's been donating and raising money for African AIDS charities for years now?

    This is a horribly tactless article, and reaks of Bullshit.
    It really does seem this women can't do anything without gettng criticized.
    Also The father was already interviewed and the baby was already in an orphange simply because he cannot care for niether can the grandparents (I watched this on CNN) He was cool with it before. If he's not now then someone's trying to get their 15 minutes of fame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samdub View Post
    why doesn't she try to poop out another one herself. i am sure she could make magic work with her money and all. or maybe she's gone barren already. who knows... and who cares really?

    i've just read that they have left malawi... without the baby, because they couldn't get the papers together in time or something.
    The kid, David, has no passport.

    You know, after all these, and if the thing fails, the kid is gonna be traumatised as the unwanted child. This is so sad.

    I think these celebrities should do their homework before going to a country for adoption.. there are several countries - why choose one that causes so much hooha's?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samdub View Post
    Hmmmm, I don't think Madonna holds a British passport.

    Where did you get that information?

    I can be wrong of course, but I don't think she has ever become a naturalised UK citizen.
    Just what was reported in yesterdays Mail On Sunday. They could be wrong of course and knowing the British press they probably are.

    I've just re-read the article and it says "If Madonna thinks that all she needs is a passport" so sorry, my bad.

    And sorry Madge...


    I do like Madge BTW but I think she is making a mistake...

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    Just to update, Madonna has now been granted temporary custody of the little boy. It was reported on this evenings news. She's been given an interim adoption paper or something like that so she can now care for him for the next 18 months. Effectively a fostering period after which it will be assessed for full adoption.

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    I think its good because the only thing that should be thinking about is the kid! and i think hes going to be alot happier with madonna than in africa!

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    Gee, how predictable. Yet another bitter, unhappy person trashing Madonna for trying to do some good in the world. How sad and pathetic that some people can only elevate themselves in the eyes of others by bringing other people down.

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    Re: NBC to air Madonna Crucifixion Scene

    It says a lot about the intellectual limitations of the American populace that no one seems to recognize the irony in all this.

    Madonna has been relentlessly "crucified" by the media for one thing or another since the day she first stepped into the limelight more than 20 years ago. And here she is being criticized and condemned yet again for "crucifying" herself in a stage performance, predictably leading to more vilification by her detractors.

    Interesting that the ultra-conservatives who have a problem with the crucifixation scene in her show totally overlook the fact that the entire point of the performance is to draw attention to the widespread impact of the AIDS pandemic in Africa.

    At the dawn of the AIDS epidemic in the early 80's, the kooky Christian right were quick to label it a gay disease and, under the leadership of President Ronald Reagan (or, more appropriately, the lack thereof), not one goddamn thing was done to prevent what could have been a containable and eradicable disease from growing into the worst global pandemic in human history.

    How very, VERY ironic that the conservative movement continues to vilify a female pop singer for using her performance art to draw attention to an epic human tragedy that never would have existed if not for the indifference and bigotry of those criticizing her. I find that far more offensive than anything Madonna, or any celebrity, could ever do in a stage act.

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    Re: NBC to air Madonna Crucifixion Scene

    Whatever, if people would quit talkin about it, she wouldnt get all this attention that she certainly DOES NOT deserve. She does this shit on purpose, so people giving her what she wants just makes her do more pointless stupid shit to "shock" us. It got old years ago.

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    Re: Another Plague Grips Africa: Madonna

    Quote Originally Posted by DryIce View Post
    Gee, how predictable. Yet another bitter, unhappy person trashing Madonna for trying to do some good in the world. How sad and pathetic that some people can only elevate themselves in the eyes of others by bringing other people down.
    So because people have suspicions on things makes them bitter and unhappy just because we don't lick the damn dirt she walks on? Thats bullshit. I think after all the bullshuit she stirred up with the crucifixion shit, shes doing YET ANOTHER publicity stunt to make her look like a decent person. Not working, in my opinion. And I'm not a bitter or unhappy person. I just think she's full of it.

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    Well, it's good to hear they're keeping it in. People will finally get to see the whole thing, and the message behind it.

    Great news! Thanks for posting! ^_^

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    Whatever, if people would quit talkin about it, she wouldnt get all this attention that she certainly DOES NOT deserve. She does this shit on purpose, so people giving her what she wants just makes her do more pointless stupid shit to "shock" us. It got old years ago.
    ....

    So just our of curiosity what do you think of Hilton's shananigans? I mean I don't think Madonna's ever driven whilst intoxicated....

    I mean at least Madonna challenges our intellectual integrity.
    Knows who Jesus is.
    Actually has talent. When she's acoustic she's bloody amazing. Oooooooh And she donates millions to AIDS charities....

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    I just can't stand people who have to stir up controversy and stuff JUST to get their name out there. I never claimed to like Paris Hilton. I like some of her songs, she's alright - I don't hate her or anything either. I don't technically hate Madonna either...I like her older stuff...I just don't get people who have the talent to succeed without drama, but either don't or actually have NO talent and do it to sell themselves. Regardless of what she donates, its not really honorable to me because it wasn't technically earned, in my opinion. I mean what's she gonna do next? Masturbate at the Vatican in front of everyone?

    *I know people will disagree, and thats fine. But no need for fucking hate comments, people. Grow up. You know who you are.

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    I don't 'get' Madonna's reasoning for doing this, but hoping it'll turn out well for the kid. I'm assuming none of Madonna's kids will ever have part-time jobs or want for anything material. And, being in Great Britain, the kid will be safe from becoming a Congressional page.

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    Makes me laugh people are saying shes doing this for publicity, shes Madonna lol... you don't get much more publicity than that - goodluck to her and the child, she must have her reasons.

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    The only reason I scream PUBLICITY STUNT is because people are starting to question her as a person ever since the ruffled feathers over her crucifixion thing - REGARDLESS of what she SAYS the meaning is. Cricifying yourself on a cross is NOT an appropriate way to deliver a message. It's just a bad decision.

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    Re: NBC to air Madonna Crucifixion Scene

    Quote Originally Posted by MCsNo1Fn View Post
    I just can't stand people who have to stir up controversy and stuff JUST to get their name out there. I never claimed to like Paris Hilton. I like some of her songs, she's alright - I don't hate her or anything either. I don't technically hate Madonna either...I like her older stuff...I just don't get people who have the talent to succeed without drama, but either don't or actually have NO talent and do it to sell themselves. Regardless of what she donates, its not really honorable to me because it wasn't technically earned, in my opinion. I mean what's she gonna do next? Masturbate at the Vatican in front of everyone?

    *I know people will disagree, and thats fine. But no need for fucking hate comments, people. Grow up. You know who you are.

    madonna is the BEST and you are so ugly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCsNo1Fn View Post
    The only reason I scream PUBLICITY STUNT is because people are starting to question her as a person ever since the ruffled feathers over her crucifixion thing - REGARDLESS of what she SAYS the meaning is. Cricifying yourself on a cross is NOT an appropriate way to deliver a message. It's just a bad decision.
    "starting to question her as a person ever since the ruffled feathers over her crucifixion thing"

    Starting? Madonna has always ruffled feathers. Her use of religion in her videos and concerts is not new. Some gossip people say she held "auditions" and you and many others are right there repeating it as fact. How do you know she just didn't feel a connection with David? How do you know she wasn't moved by the story of his parents? Instead of just giving someoen the benefit of the doubt, you are eager to believe the worst.

    I don't know the facts of the situation but based on what I do know I think this is a good thing. She's drawn attention to the area, she's donated to developing the area, she's taken a child out of poverty, and she's drawing attention to the low wages people earn in that area of the world.

    Attention? Madonna doesn't have to draw in a motherless child to get attention.

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    Well this is what she's said regarding David:

    Quote Originally Posted by Madonna.com
    "My husband and I began the adoption process many months prior to our trip to Malawi. I did not wish to disclose my intentions to the world prior to the adoption happening as this is a private family matter.

    After learning that there were over one million orphans in Malawi, it was my wish to open up our home and help one child escape an extreme life of hardship, poverty and in many cases death, as well as expand our family.

    Nevertheless, we have gone about the adoption procedure according to the law like anyone else who adopts a child. Reports to the contrary are totally inaccurate. The procedure includes an 18-month evaluation period after which time we hope to make this adoption permanent.

    This was not a decision or commitment that my family or I take lightly.

    I am overwhelmed and inspired by my trip to Malawi and hope that it helps bring attention to how much more the world needs to do to help the children of Africa.

    My heartfelt thanks for all the good wishes I have received and I hope the press will allow my family some room for us to experience the joy we feel to have David home.

    Madonna Ritchie
    October 17, 2006
    London, England"
    ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattieMich View Post
    "starting to question her as a person ever since the ruffled feathers over her crucifixion thing"

    Starting? Madonna has always ruffled feathers. Her use of religion in her videos and concerts is not new. Some gossip people say she held "auditions" and you and many others are right there repeating it as fact. How do you know she just didn't feel a connection with David? How do you know she wasn't moved by the story of his parents? Instead of just giving someoen the benefit of the doubt, you are eager to believe the worst.

    I don't know the facts of the situation but based on what I do know I think this is a good thing. She's drawn attention to the area, she's donated to developing the area, she's taken a child out of poverty, and she's drawing attention to the low wages people earn in that area of the world.

    Attention? Madonna doesn't have to draw in a motherless child to get attention.
    What I should have said was "recent idiotic events on her behalf made people question her again..."

    And maybe not overseas, but nobody in the U.S. really pays attention to her until she does something moronic. Just like Britney. In fact, I'm almost certain that's the only way anyone KNOWS who Britney is, but thats another story. Its just...wtf happened to the Madonna I used to like? I can't remember her doing anything for attention until her sales began to slump...sure, shes always been controversial, but at least it was groundbreaking. This recent crap is OBVIOUS attention ploys and is nothing new.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jared1986 View Post
    madonna is the BEST and you are so ugly!
    Sad.

    Anyway, good for Madonna. Make your statement, girl. I say that as a Baptist, too! I'm an artist who believes in artistic expression. It might be uncomfortable, but if it's a reflection of where you feel you are in life, then go ahead.

    Last time I checked, Madonna wasn't about hatred.

    JUST SAY SO WITHOUT THE DAMN FISH MOUTH, YOU INSUFFERABLE CUNT!
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    I don't think she's about hatred, either. But something like this is a little much, regardless of what you're trying to express. She could have done it in a more non-offensive way. I mean, it doesn't offend me personally, cause I don't really care about religion and such, but something tells me she eyed the controversy of it all. I mean, crucifying herself has NOTHING to do with Aids in Africa. Thats the biggest B.S. excuse to do something lame that I've ever heard - but I guess if doing dumb things for attention is her way of staying on top then I guess...do it? lol...I just wish she'd make better music lol. I'd deal with her crap then. But until then...

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    If only it were genuine...
    Bend me, break me, anyway you need me
    as long as I want you baby, it's alright.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jared1986 View Post
    madonna is the BEST and you are so ugly!
    Looks like MCsNo1Fn uses his own photo as an avatar and I've seen his other photos in his gallery. I don't think he's so ugly. I don't even think he's ugly at all. I think MCsNo1Fn is handsome, but he's not my type.

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    Re: NBC to air Madonna Crucifixion Scene

    In an article in today's paper they said NBC will not show the scene, and since Madonna is one of the executive producers, she must have agreed to that.
    "I'm chanting even as we speak, sweetie!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by IAmIntoAdultPorn View Post
    Looks like MCsNo1Fn uses his own photo as an avatar and I've seen his other photos in his gallery. I don't think he's so ugly. I don't even think he's ugly at all. I think MCsNo1Fn is handsome, but he's not my type.
    Awww! Thats the nicest thing Ive heard in awhile. THANK YOU!!


    I just can't see Madonna giving in to anyone. Then again if she wants it to air, I guess she doesn't have a choice. Why not just release a DVD and get on with it without the T.V. Special?

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