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Madonna News Archives for February 2010
1. Candy Shop Medley
2. Beat Goes On Medley – feat. Kanye West
3. Human Nature
4. Vogue 2008
5. She’s Not Me
6. Music 2008
7. Devil Wouldn’t Recognize You
8. Spanish Lesson
9. La Isla Bonita 2008
10. You Must Love Me
11. Get Stupid Medley
12. Like A Prayer 2008
13. Give It 2 Me
1. Intro: The Sweet Machine
2. Candy Shop Medley
3. Beat Goes On Medley – feat. Kanye West
4. Human Nature
5. Vogue 2008
6. Die Another Day 2008
7. Into The Groove 2008
10. She’s Not Me
11. Music 2008
12. Rain / Here Comes The Rain Again
13. Devil Wouldn’t Recognize You
14. Spanish Lesson
15. Miles Away
16. La Isla Bonita Medley
17. Me Darava / Doli Doli
18. You Must Love Me
19. Don’t Cry For Me Argentina
20. Get Stupid Medley
21. 4 Minutes-Feat. Justin Timberlake And Timbaland
22. Like A Prayer 2008
23. Ray Of Light
24. Like A Virgin 2008
25. Hung Up Medley
26. Give It 2 Me
28. Behind-The Scenes 1
29. Behind-The Scenes 2
30. Behind-The Scenes 3
31. Behind-The Scenes 4
32. Behind-The Scenes 5
33. Behind-The Scenes 6
34. Behind-The Scenes 7
35. Behind-The Scenes 8
Madonna has ranked #3 amongst all artists on Billboard’s annual Money Makers ranking!
The list is the most comprehensive report card of its kind, based on the artist’s share of revenue as opposed to total dollars generated by each artist in the ranking.
This is an amazing achievement for both Madonna and her fans.
Complete list is available at Billboard.com
Thanks to Julie
While Madonna’s ‘Sticky & Sweet’ Tour will hit worldwide stores on DVD, CD and Blu Ray March 30th, please note that it will be released just one week later in the US, on April 6th.
To coincide with this new release date, the VH1 broadcast of the show has been pushed to April 2nd. A chance for US fans to watch the show on TV four days before its domestic release.
Madonna has persuaded hot actress Abbie Cornish to be in her film, based on the Edward VIII Abdication crisis.
The movie, W.E., tells parallel tales about Wallis Simpson in the 1930s and a contemporary woman called Wally Winthrop, who has romantic problems of her own – in addition to the fact that she’s obsessed with the Duchess of Windsor’s life.
Abbie, who starred opposite Ben Whishaw in Jane Campion’s film Bright Star, will play the part of Wally once negotiations have been finalized.
Vera Farmiga will portray the Duchess.
At the supper following last Sunday’s Orange British Academy Film Awards, Vera told her deal for W.E. had not been completed.
The participation of both actresses depends on who is cast in the two main male roles – Edward VIII, who became the Duke of Windsor after he gave up the throne for the woman he loved, and a Russian security guard, who sexually satisfies the married Wally.
The W.E. script has shown considerable improvement compared to an earlier version by Madonna and Alex Keshishian that I saw last year – there have been many drafts.
Madonna travels to Los Angeles early next month to meet with potential leading men. Then she’ll head to London to inspect actors to play Edward.
The film will shoot from June on locations in London and the Home Counties, with short forays to New York and the South of France. Vera will also be in Los Angeles around the same time as Madonna.
She’s a contender in the best supporting actress category for her performance, opposite George Clooney, in Jason Reitman’s acclaimed best picture hopeful Up In The Air.
Australian-born Abbie first came to major attention in the film Somersault six years ago, as did Sam Worthington (who plays Jake in James Cameron’s Avatar).
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According to Amazon.com the release date for Sticky & Sweet Tour CD+DVD has been changed from March 30th to April 6th.
Thanks to Tyler
Rolling Stone, Bulgaria, March 2010 Issue
Madonna on the set of Jerry Seinfeld’s the Marriage Ref (February 24 2010)
Naomi Campbell’s style icon is Madonna.
The supermodel – who won the Outstanding Contribution at this week’s Elle Style Awards – admires the ‘Material Girl’ singer’s fashion sense and her ability to reinvent herself time after time.
She said: “I think my style icons are people that reinvent themselves – they come back with a different look, a different vibe, a different sound and Madonna is definitely one of those people.
“It’s just amazing to watch her through all these decades-she just keeps coming back.”
Leona – who has been dating electrician Lou Al-Chamaa for five years – also hinted she may be tempted to follow in Madonna’s footsteps and release an explicit tome, after taking inspiration from the 51-year-old singer’s famous Sex book.
She said: “I have always loved Madonna. I was too young for her Sex book period, but then when I saw it I thought, ‘Wow!’ Good for her, if that’s how she wanted to express herself. Would I express myself like that? Well, you never know…”
While she admires Madonna, Leona says there’s one celebrity who has been very rude to her in the past but she refused to name them.
Liz Rosenberg, longtime publicity exec at Warner Bros. Records, is ankling to form her own praisery, Liz Rosenberg Media, the label announced Tuesday.
During the course of her 39-year career at the company, Rosenberg was closely associated with Madonna. The superstar vocalist – originally signed in 1983 to Warner’s distributed imprint Sire, and later head of her own imprint Maverick – exited the Burbank-based label last year for a 360-degree deal with Live Nation.
As part of an ongoing consultancy with the firm, Rosenberg will continue to rep Madonna, as well as current Warner acts Michael Buble, Cher, Stevie Nicks, David Foster, Charice and Katherine Jenkins.
Warner Bros. Records chief executive officer Tom Whalley said in a statement, “Over the course of her remarkable tenure, Liz Rosenberg’s contribution to the company has been immeasurable. We are delighted that as she begins her own enterprise, we will continue our association with her on behalf of several of our key artists.”