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Madonna’s Instagram: Shakespear

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“Loneliness is young Ambitions ladder” w.Shakespeare <3 #rebelheart

Madonna quoting Shakespear on Instagram

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Tori Amos on Madonna

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There seems to be a vilification of older women – Madonna took a lot of flak when she fell at the Brits.

Let me ask you: was there a lot of meanness about her?

There were a lot of unpleasant comments on Twitter.

Madonna is an entertainer. There are very few people who could’ve gotten up off that floor. It wasn’t because of her that she fell, but it was because of her that the performance carried on. Some of the vilification comes from women as much as men. She’s making choices and she’s able to do things physically that a lot of people 25 years younger can’t; she got up and refused to allow that to shame her. I think people want her to be shamed into a role that they find acceptable for her age. It makes me sad that we can’t embrace Madonna and say, Wow, this is an artist who’s expressing herself in a certain way.

The Guardian

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Madonna’s Instagram: Je t’aime moi non plus

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Its true! I deserve better! Je t’aime moi non plus! <3 #rebelheart

Madonna on Instagram

He sent me roses begging my forgiveness. I said I’d think about it. These guys.

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Madonna’s Representative Denies She Was Texting During Stage Show

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The pop superstar was in the audience for a performance of the musical in New York City on Saturday (18Apr15), when she was reportedly called out by star/writer Lin-Manuel Miranda as he hosted a charity auction at the end of the show.

Taking to Twitter.com to blast an unnamed, famous audience member following the show, he wrote, “Tonight was the first time I asked stage management NOT to allow a celebrity (who was texting all through Act 2) backstage #noselfieforyou.”

The message was later deleted, but editors at the New York Daily News reported that Miranda was referring to Madonna.

However, Liz Rosenberg is now clearing up the reports, saying, “It’s not true. She was invited backstage four different times. She texted post show when they were doing their fundraising pitch. Madonna had already made a generous donation.”

Contact Music

Madonna is given ‘backstage ban’ after tweeting during stage show

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Madonna has been slapped with a backstage ban due to her lack of theatre etiquette, according to reports.

The Queen of Pop had attended the evening performance of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s acclaimed off-Broadway musical Hamilton, but was not invited to meet the cast afterwards because she kept using her phone during the show, reported Playbill.com.

Lin-Manuel tweeted a post, which was later deleted: “Tonight was the first time I asked stage management NOT to allow a celebrity (who was texting all through Act 2) backstage. #noselfieforyou.”

A source told Playbill.com that the singer arrived late to the performance at The Public Theatre’s Newman Theatre, and was seen using her phone throughout the first and second acts.

Irish Examiner

Madonna Deletes Margaret Thatcher Message

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The Like A Virgin hitmaker posted a picture alongside one of the late politician’s famous quotes – “If you set out to be liked, you would be prepared to compromise on anything at any time, and you would achieve nothing” – and added the caption, “Thank you Margaret Thatcher! #unapolgetic #rebelheart (sic)”.

After posting the image, the star faced a backlash from followers who slammed her for lauding Thatcher, who was infamous for her divisive policies, which prompted both praise and vitriol following her death in 2013.

Madonna did not comment on the controversy but removed the photo and later posted a racy image of herself in underwear surrounded by roses, alongside the caption, “He sent me roses begging my forgiveness. I said I’d think about it. These guys…”

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Morrissey supports Madonna’s fight against ageism

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Rocker Morrissey has joined forces with his arch-enemy Madonna in her battle against ageism.

The former Smiths frontman has waged war against the Material Girl since the early days of his career, and has previously branded her “absurd,” “offensive,” and “closer to organized prostitution than anything else.”

However, he has now thrown his support behind the veteran pop star after she accused bosses at Britain’s BBC Radio 1 earlier this year of shunning her new music because of her age.

He tells Spanish newspaper El Mundo, “I think Madonna is right. For example, BBC Radio One does not pick her music because she’s too old. But the music is good or bad, and the age of the interpreter is irrelevant. With this gesture, Radio One tries to look in on the wave… but all it does is show (it is) ridiculous, because it is saying that music will only (interest) youngsters, regardless of whether it is good or not. Who does that help?”

Morrissey is not the first star to support Madonna in her ageism row – last week Rita Ora thanked her online for “paving a way” for older singers.

WENN

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