In case you’ve been wondering what Dennis Rodman is up to, the YES Network tonight presents an exhaustive interview in which the eccentric 43-year-old hoopster dishes on everything from his romances with Madonna and Carmen Electra to his new gig promoting Enjoy RX, a so-called “sexual enhancement spray.”
On his famous fling with Madonna, Rodman reveals: “I told her that I never liked her music, she sucks, and all this stuff like that.”
Interviewer Michael Kay asks: “She was cool with that?”
Rodman: “She was like, ‘What? I suck?’ I said, ‘Yeah, your music is too commercial, it’s too candy, too bubblegum,’ you know, and stuff like that. And she said, ‘Well, you know, you’re honest.’ I said, ‘Yeah, well, I don’t like it. You know, so, it doesn’t mean I don’t like having sex with you, but I don’t like your music.’
source : nydailynews
…we do know, that the final (and secret) support act to be announced for Madonna’s Slane concert is none other than mini-Madge herself, Kylie…
source : drownedmadonna.com
New York Times, children picture books, this week on list:
7 YAKOV AND THE SEVEN THIEVES, by Madonna. Illustrated by Gennady Spirin. (Callaway, $19.95.) A tale about “how all of us have the ability to unlock the gates of heaven.” ( Ages 5 to 8 ) new entry
source : nytimes.com
According to Asia’s Channel V, Madonna wants The Corrs to be her Special Guest for her Ireland gig, which takes place in Slane Castle on August 27th. The only source at this moment is Channel V, but if something comes out of this, we’ll let you know!
source : corrsonline.com
Callaway Arts & Entertainment is pleased to announce that Madonna’s third children’s book, Yakov and the Seven Thieves, will debut at No. 7 on The New York Times’ July 11, 2004 best-seller list three weeks after its June 21 release. Yakov and the Seven Thieves will be Madonna’s third book in a row to hit The New York Times best-seller list in the children’s picture book category.
Madonna’s first two children’s books, The English Roses and Mr. Peabody’s Apples, both debuted at No. 1 on the best-seller list of The New York Times, and remained on the list for 18 and 10 weeks, respectively. Both books have appeared in 38 languages, plus a Braille edition, and in more than 110 countries worldwide, including England, France, Germany, China, Slovenia, Iceland, and the Faroe Islands.
Yakov and the Seven Thieves, written for readers aged six and up, is a 32- page jacketed hardcover. The book’s evocative images were painted by Gennady Spirin, an award-winning artist, who has illustrated 33 previous
Madonna says Yakov and the Seven Thieves “is a story about how all of us have the ability to unlock the gates of heaven — no matter how unworthy we think we are. For when we go against our selfish natures, we make miracles happen, in our lives and in the lives of others.”
Callaway Arts & Entertainment, headquartered in New York, is the originating publisher of Madonna’s children’s books and has licensed book rights through The Wylie Agency to 42 distinguished houses, including Gallimard Jeunesse in France, Penguin Books for Young Readers in the U.K., and Hanser Verlag in Germany. The book is distributed in the United States by the Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
Publisher and CEO of Callaway Arts & Entertainment, Nicholas Callaway says, “The response to Madonna’s books has been overwhelming. She strikes a chord with both parents and children, creating stories that both speak to them and entertain them.”
Callaway Arts & Entertainment, founded in 1980 by Nicholas Callaway, is best known for its hugely successful Miss Spider book series. The firm specializes in family entertainment across all media — book publishing, 3-D computer animation for film and television, and product design.
Yakov and the Seven Thieves is the third of five children’s books by Madonna. “Each book deals with issues that all children confront,” she says. “Hopefully there is a lesson in each book that will help kids turn painful or scary situations into learning experiences. I hope [they] inspire kids of all ages — even grown-up ones.”
source : yahoo.com
Interviewer: “What have you learned about success from Madonna and Michael Jackson?”
Shakira: “Both are marketing geniuses and strategists. If you want this kind of career and you have that kind of ambition, you have to be a very good planner and have a strategy.”
I: “Madonna or Michael?”
S: “Madonna. She’s in her 40s and she’s still making the top of the charts. I admire her because she always did whatever she felt like doing.”
source : drownedmadonna.com
Singer Jennifer Lopez’s quest to abolish her diva tag has been dealt a massive blow – she’s topped a poll to find “the stroppiest madam of pop.”
The sexy Jenny From The Block star landed the number one spot in a survey by British satellite channel Flaunt, beating out other demanding singers Mariah Carey and Madonna.
Pop babe Christina Aguilera and former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham completed the top five.
A spokesman for satellite broadcasters Sky says, “The viewers perceive that Jennifer makes the most outrageous demands – having the walls of her dressing room painted a certain colour before she can enter, for example, or having her own personal chef.”
source : wbex.com
Madonna has hired a chiropractor to help her straighten her posture following the nightly strenuous dance moves on her current Re-Invention tour.
The Vogue singer, 45, has splashed out $252,000 (GBP140,000) for the Los Angeles back expert to ensure her spine remains in perfect condition.
A source says, “Madonna’s back is causing her serious problems.
“After performances, the chiropractor will crack her bones and straighten her spine.”