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Instagram StoryMadonna via Instagram, on February 28 2019
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Madonna photographed while leaving a spin class in West Hollywood (February 26 2019)
A photo of Madonna and Lady Gaga has been featured in February 26th editions of The Sun and Daily Star:
Fabulous Films has officially announced that it will release Madonna’s “Swept Away” movie on Blu-Ray in the UK.
Extras will include Audio Commentary from Director Guy Ritchie and Producer Matthew Vaughn, 16 Deleted Scenes with Audio Commentaries and Making of Swept Away.
The release will be available on April 8th.
Pre-order available at Amazon UK
Madonna posed with Javier Bardem and Lady Gaga at her Oscars party
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Madonna is gearing up for what will be a competitive night for Oscars afterparties this year.
Sources told Page Six that the Material Girl was spotted at spin mecca Cycle House in West Hollywood, Calif., this week. “For the third year in a row, she had celebrity trainer and Cycle House partner Nichelle Hines do a special-edition class,” said a fit spy of the “Like a Virgin” singer.
“The class was full — as she likes to work out in a full room and not get special treatment,” added the source. “There were lots of hip-hop and dance tracks.”
We hear Madge wore a shirt that read “Phenomenal Woman,” along with “baggy sweats,” “her hair in two braided pigtails” and “a hat.”
“She had a blast, and was energized all ride.”
Madonna will throw her 12th annual A-list Oscars bash with manager Guy Oseary at his home after the awards Sunday.
But on the same night, Jay-Z and Beyoncé will host their second Gold Party, which we’re told will return to Chateau Marmont’s garage, with Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm in charge of the menu. Adding to the jammed after-Oscars events calendar will be the venerable Vanity Fair party, plus fêtes by Fox, Netflix and Warner Bros.
LGBTQ advocacy organization GLAAD has announced plans to honor Madonna with their Advocate for Change Award at the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards.
Reserved for public figures who have dedicated their work to advocating for LGBTQ rights, Madonna is the second person to receive the honor after Bill Clinton in 2013.
The GLAAD Media Awards honor artists, journalists, film and television programs and other forms of media for fair and inclusive representations of the LGBTQ community. The ceremony will take place over two days beginning on March 28 in Los Angeles and culminating with the presentation of Madonna’s honor in New York City on May 4.
Madonna has made innumerable contributions to LGBTQ visibility, including her continued employment and support of LGBTQ backup dancers, speaking out against bullying of LGBTQ youth and related suicide, and boycotting the Boy Scouts of America for their LGBTQ-exclusionary policies (to name a few). read more →
Madonna photographed at the JFK airport in New York (February 01 2019)