from DrownedMadonna.com : On the German PSB fanpage the administrator tells the others in the forum that Neil Tennant confirmed that the Pet Shop Boys did a remix for “Sorry”; but they aren’t allowed to talk about it at the moment!
Madonna’s 1998 album Ray Of Light is at #33 on Q Magazine’s The Greatest Album Ever Reader’s Poll, ahead of classics by The Rolling Stones, Blur and Jimi Hendrix.
Q Magazine has a new poll on their site, click here to send your nominations for The Greatest Songs Ever.
Hot 100 Singles :
22 (19) We Be Burnin’ – Sean Paul
23 (21) Hung Up – Madonna
24 (23) You’re Beautiful – James Blunt
Billboard 200 Albums :
16 (04) Bo Bice – The Real Thing
17 (15) Madonna – Confessions On A Dance Floor
18 (18) Fall Out Boy – From Under The Cork Tree
Hot Digital Singles :
12 (02) All I Want For Christmas Is You – Mariah Carey
13 (10) Hung Up – Madonna
14 (15) Dirty Little Secret – The All-American Rejects
Pop superstar Madonna is being asked to credit lash designer Sol Rafael or return the diamond-trimmed mink eye accessories she wore on a chat show in October (05).
A source close to Rafael tells America’s In Touch magazine that the designer worked with Madonna’s stylist when the singer appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman.
But she has yet to return the fluttering lashes.
The source quotes Rafael as saying, “If she’s going to keep them it would be nice to have her acknowledge me as the designer.”
source : contactmusic.com
Madonna has worn this lass’ name on a t-shirt in the past, so at a post-Christmas trip to the sales she repayed the tribute.
But just who has put Madge’s name across their ample chest?
Of course, it’s Britney.
We bet you’ve never worn the name of one of your mates across your boobs, but then in showbiz-ville a bit of mutual back-slapping is par for the course.
Madonna wore a rhinestone Britney t-shirt for her 2001 live gigs and then the pair shared that onstage kiss at the 2003 MTV awards.
They teamed up for Britney’s single Me Against The Music and rumour has it Madge has got Britney interested in Kabbalah.
It looks like the self-love is set to continue too as thrifty Britney hit the post-Crimble sales with a stretchy, Madonna sweater over her generous post-baby boobs.
She must have snapped up the pink top at retro store as it comes from Madonna’s 1985 Virgin Tour and Britters would only have been four at the time.
But what did Brit snap up in the Malibu sales? More Madonna memorabilia?
source : sky.com
MTV’s Vanessa Manillo, comedienne Judy Gold, and Isaac chats with Madonna.
Show: Isaac / Style Network / Date: Monday – January 2, 2006 / Time: 7-6c PM / Duration: 1:00
Madonna and Good Charlotte have signed on for the NAB’s “Radio: You Hear It Here First”? campaign to promote terrestrial radio.
Launched in January of 2005, the initiative features testimonials from newly emerging and established recording artists, describing how AM and FM radio played a key role in advancing their careers.
“Madonna is a superstar with an unparalleled following,” said David J. Field, president/CEO of Entercom Communications and chairman of the NAB Radio Board. “It would be difficult to find a more effective spokesperson to communicate free, local radio’s strengths.”
The Hear It Here First spots air voluntarily on radio stations nationwide. Throughout 2005, every major radio company aired the ads, donating more than $40 million of airtime to the effort.
source : billboard
Madonna claimed the Christmas number one spot on the European singles chart with Hung Up, which continues to sit at the top for a sixth week.
The Pussycat Dolls’ Stickwitu remains at number two, while Jingle Bells/last Christmas by Crazy Frog is at number three.
In fourth place is The Black Eyed Peas’ My Humps, while Star Academy 5 are at number five with Santiano.
Meanwhile, Madonna’s Confessions On A Dance Floor drops down to number two in the European albums chart, after four weeks at number one – leaving the seasonal top spot to Robbie Williams’ Intensive Care.
At number three is Enya’s Amarantine, followed by Il Divo’s Ancora and Eminem’s Curtain Call in fourth and fifth place respectively.
source : teenmusic