source : madonnalicious
Period Corsets is proud to announce that Madonna is performing at the 2006 Grammy Awards in a custom turn-of-the-century Lilly corset made by Period Corsets by Kaufman-Davis Studio. The show will air on CBS Wednesday, February 8th at 8 p.m. EST.
Period Corsets’ craftsmanship is usually hidden, but this year Madonna is wearing Period Corsets fashions as outerwear. From the opera singer at the Metropolitan Opera to Madonna in her newest video, Period Corsets creates elegant garments for theatre, fashion and historic costumers.
Period Corsets is a Seattle-based company with a worldwide clientele. Owners Rebecca Kaufman and Susan Davis have worked across the country in highly-regarded professional costume shops since the 1980s. In 1997, they merged their knowledge of historical costume and costume technology to develop the distinctive period silhouettes that have come to define Period Corsets’ acclaimed aesthetic.
source : businesswire
The rumours are true, MTV has pimped Madonna’s ride.
Westwood and MTV’s Pimp My Ride crew have pimped the white VW delivery van seen in the new Madonna video.
The video, for Madonna’s new single ‘Sorry’, features the van’s pimped out disco-themed features, which include lilac leather couches, a mirrored disco ball in the ceiling, velvet walls, fake snakeskin columns and big fat stereo system.
The single ‘Sorry’ is released on February 20.
Pimp Madonna’s Ride can be seen on MTV on Sunday February 19 at 9.30pm.
The new series of Pimp My Ride kicks off in April.
source : mtv.co.uk
Madonna is planning a world tour starting this spring, sources say, and it may include several European stadiums. Madonna rep Liz Rosenberg says the singer won’t make a definite decision until early March but adds, “It looks good.”
According to Rosenberg, the tour would emphasize her latest album, Confessions on a Dance Floor, with a few hits thrown in — and include dancers from David LaChapelle’s crumping documentary, Rize.
“Her last tour was kind of a greatest-hits tour, and I don’t think she would want to repeat all the songs,” Rosenberg says of 2004′s Re-Invention trek, which grossed $79.5 million and was the year’s third-best-selling tour, according to Pollstar. “But there are a few off the list that she left out.”
source : rollingstone