Totally listening to Hard Candy right now.
Totally listening to Hard Candy right now.
Here you go boys, some eye candy
I think some of these guys were in her superbowl halftime show. I love her dancers. Guys who dance well turn me the fuck on for some reason. The 4 guys she had with her during 'Music' on the bleachers had me so hard.
Best Superbowl halftime EVER!
I adore this woman....
When it comes to men, she knows how to pick winners.
I hated that song at first, but it has definitely grown on me (as did much of the album).
The dancing pink bikini chick sold me on that song.
^^^I hope that girl never had political aspirations... because that chance is dead.
Girl Gone Wild is a great track though. I love it. Madonna's video for it is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay better though.
There we go. This is better.
The video with the dancing girl was made for another song (it's some weird foreign instrumental called "Skeletons Having Sex on a Tin Roof" ) but some Madonna fan who thought the lyrics for GGW were extremely vapid and subpar for Madonna's standards put the song over that video prior to Madonna's video being released. I dunno, the imagery is so silly and syncs so well with parts of GGW -- by total serendipity, because it's unedited from the original video -- that it turned the song around for me.
My favorite part: "Forgive me. *crazy Exorcist hair flip*"
Impressive how soooo many celebrities have gone to see MDNA....
Kylie, Stella, Alicia Keys , Gwen Stefani and NO Doubt , Leo diCaprio (again!), George Michael, Anderson Cooper, NPH & partner, Robyn (!!), SEAN PENN, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, JPG, Versace, D&G, Valentino, Glen Close, Adam Clayton of U2, ADAM LEVINE (LA Show YAY!), Heidi Klum
to people I didnt even expect : Sophia Bush, Emma Roberts, Mark Salling (Glee!), Jessica Alba, Dita VT, Rose McG, Paris Hilton, LLu, ALANIS MORISSETTE, JODIE FOSTER, JARED LETO, david Arquette
Sitting in the front row of a Madonna concert with Mark Salling... how amazing would that be?
I'm so pumped about going to the show in Atlanta next weekend! Can't believe it's almost here.
Speaking of which--one of my good friends may have an extra ticket or two (really GOOD seats)...if there are any of you here who would be interested in taking it (free of charge), let me know. Again--it's for the 11/17 show in Atlanta.
I've never seen her in concert... So jealous of you guys!
According to Madonna's official Facebook page, next week's Miami shows (November 19th & 20th) are being filmed for a DVD release!
^ exciting news.
Well--my friend and I will have pit "seats" inside the golden triangle at tonight's concert, you guys. I'm so fucking excited to see Madonna up close!!!
I just know I'm going to start crying and make a fool of myself.
i hope the DVD is directed well to appreciate the mind blowing stage M has used
I made this shirt--and Guy Oseary later stopped me to tell me how much he liked it. I adore "Love Spent"!
GQ's The Least Influential People of 2012
So disrespectful.That cheerleading outfit isn't making you look any younger, Madge. It's time for you to stop putting out aggressively bland comeback albums and make room for Ke$ha and Katy and the other 800 female artists out there who change outfits every five minutes to distract people from their terrible singing.
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Like I've said before -- critics have been declaring that Madonna is "over"/irrelevant/washed-up/past her sell-by date since 1992. It's gotten to be quite amusing as the years have progressed.
Meanwhile, she's still around twenty years later (and not only still around, but still challenging herself artistically, still selling out stadiums around the world, still racking up #1s)... how many of them can say the same?
How long before Lady Caca starts incorporating a walker into her "act"?
This is purely opinion though and musical taste varies from one person to another so this is irrelevant. I actually don't know why everyone starting PMS-ing over Hard Candy. I actually like many tracks from that album and I'm not even her biggest fan."She" hasn't made a "decent" album since Music
So some people will love her new work some will hate it so there's no 'quality' to talk of. People who talk like that remind me of food critics. It's like, seriously, WHO CARES? Some people like to eat fish and chips, some people prefer chicken, some prefer greens, not everyone has to like calamari and champagne. I don't get people's obsession with being like some fucking quality police and literally going into other people's homes and telling them what's good and what isn't and what they should or shouldn't be listening to. And at the same time being basically so anti mainstream and telling anyone who likes mainstream stuff that their taste in music is horrible and they "don't know" what real music is.
It's pointless. People have a choice when it comes to musical preference. Get the fuck over it. Clearly enough people like Madonna's recent work for her to still be a (very) profitable touring act. And her last 5 CDs have all gone straight to #1.
She continues to set records in those areas, so obviously a rather large amount of people are still interested in her. Hence relevancy.
And if you don't think she's interested in artistry -- check out album cuts like "Gang Bang," or her elaborately designed & choreographed stage show.
I'm not someone who thinks Madonna shits gold, but -- for the life of me -- I can't figure out how anyone could dismiss all of that.
I think the GQ Madonna entry above is more insulting to Katy, Kesha and the 800 female artists than Madonna.
As for Madonna, well, does she even fucking care about GQ? Good or bad, they are still talking about M.
A League Of Their Own is on TV right now. Such a great movie and Madonna was fantastic in it.
"This Used To Be My Playground" is my favorite of M.'s ballads. It's wistful, sweeping, nostalgic, and simply gorgeous.
^ I don't have a blu-ray player yet, but I may have to get one just for the MDNA concert.
This is for "Elton" who's a regular here on the Madonna thread.
Billboard 25 Top Tours from from Nov. 9, 2011, to Nov. 13, 2012
1. Madonna (72/72 shows sold out, gross = $228 million)
2. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band (54/72 shows sold out, gross = $199m)
3. Roger Walters (51/72 shows sold out, gross = $186m)
4. Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour by Cirque Du Soleil (9/183 shows sold out, gross = $147m)
5. Coldplay (56/67 shows sold out, gross = $147m)
6. Lady GaGa (65/65 shows sold out, gross = $124m)
7. Kenny Chesney & Tim McGraw (9/23 shows sold out, gross = $96m)
8. Van Halen (9/46 shows sold out, gross = $54m)
9. Jay-Z & Kanye West (15/31 shows sold out, gross = $46.9m)
10. Andre Rieu (2/99 shows sold out, gross = $46.7m)
Wow. Madonna beat out the Boss! Comfortably at that!
No idea who Roger Walters is.
Lady Gaga, 6th place. Surprising actually. I thought she'd be higher up.
Van Halen still tours?
Pretty sure that's supposed to be Roger Waters, who was part of Pink Floyd.
FanofFiction are you so out of touch that you actually posted that response. It sure gives no credibility to anything you post that's music related.
Roger Walters is the leader of Pink Floyd.
Madonna is high because of her catalog and ticket prices.
Anywho, Lady Gaga being low surprised me. Her tickets have rocketed in price from her other tour. Nosebleed shit tickets for the ACC in February here in Toronto start at an even $50.00. I can buy two Bon Jovi tickets for the price of one Lady Gaga ticket. Crazy.
Madonna is the queen.
I guess I apologize for not knowing a guy from a band I never really enjoyed? Not really no.
She needs to add more Canadian dates. She needs to come to Atlantic Canada. She'd sell out here too, so it wouldn't be like she's taking a loss by coming here. One big show in Moncton or Halifax would do it. Everyone from the region would go. Moncton has hosted some huge artists! Surely Madonna could at least consider it...
I'll see her live one day.