all about Madonna

15 years online

Madonna News - June 2004

Madonna and Gwyneth’s Kabbalah Fight

Gwyneth Paltrow and Madonna have allegedly had an argument after the actress refused to join the trendy Kabbalah religion.
Sources claim mother-of-two Madonna called Gwyneth as soon as she gave birth to baby Apple, insisting she join the Jewish faith, popular with the Hollywood jet-set.
But, according to Britain’s News of the World newspaper, the blonde beauty and her Coldplay husband, Chris Martin, refused Madonna’s plea.
A friend revealed to the paper: “Madonna barely congratulated Gwyneth on Apple before she was going on and on about Kabbalah. She said that now Gwyneth was a mom, the time was right for her to join. But Gwyneth just doesn’t want to get involved and told her that in no uncertain terms.”
Madonna has successfully converted a host of celebrities, including Britney Spears and Demi Moore, to the mystic Jewish faith.
source : BANG Showbiz

Madonna – the best dressed woman

After reigning over the hearts of millions for quite some time, pop queen Madonna, has added another feather to her cap.
The 45-year-old mom of two has been voted the best dressed woman by the Good Housekeeping magazine.
The homemaker’s bible declared Madonna the leading fashion icon for women over 40. “The great thing about Madonna is that she constantly looks good and constantly reinvents herself and sets trends,” editor Lindsay Nicholson is quoted as saying by ‘Absolutely Fabulous’ star Joanna Lumley was highly commended while fellow actors Helen Mirren and Judi Dench and model Jerry Hall were on the short list. Hall’s one-time partner, crooner Bryan Ferry, was named Britain’s best-dressed man, relegating soccer star David Beckham to second place. Trinny Woodall and Susannah Constantine, the austere hosts of the television series What Not To Wear reproduced for an Australian audience recently by Channel 7 – were judged worst-dressed women.
source :

Madonna’s Collapse Part I

Madonna has left many of her fans worried after recently collapsing at the end of one of her performances in Anaheim, California.
“She had just said thank you to the crowd and was coming off stage when she took a dive,” a backstage aide told The Sun.
The 45-year-old mother of two has a lot on her plate with a current North American tour, a role as a gunslinging 1920s movie star in an upcoming Martin Scorsese film, and a third children’s book in the works. However, Madonna’s spokesperson reassured fans that all is well by downplaying the incident, saying:,”Madonna didn’t faint, but she was certainly suffering from exhaustion.”
source :

Madonna’s Collapse Part II

The singer reportedly collapsed and had to be looked after by her aides after a gruelling two-hour performance in Anaheim, California.
An onlooker is quoted by MSNBC as saying: “After she thanked the crowd, she fainted backstage in full sight of those sitting way above the stage.” A backstage worker is quoted by Britain’s The Sun newspaper as revealing: “She claims she’s OK but there are real fears she is over-working. She is pushing herself really hard – and she’s not been sleeping well. She’s very fit but she’s not as young as she used to be.” The mother-of-two’s personal doctor has now been ordered to accompany her during the rest of her ‘re-Invention’ tour and her nutritionist has also revised her strict diet to ensure she is eating well-balanced and vitamin-packed meals.
The star’s spokeswoman played down any health worries but did admit Madonna is exhausted, saying: “Madonna didn’t faint but she was certainly suffering from exhaustion.”This is the second time Madonna has fallen ill during her world tour, which started last month in Los Angeles.
source :

Madonna to burn ‘Sexual Energy’ on stage !

Pop icon Madonna has joined Kabbalah enthusiasts Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher in introducing a line of Kabbalah candles.
Harry Slatkin, who is nominated for two ‘FiFi’ fragrance awards will produce the candles. The Kabbalah candles have exotic and interesting names like the ‘Evil Eye’ and ‘Sexual Energy’. According to The New York Daily News, Madonna will burn the candles on stage during her Madison Square Garden shows next week.
source :

New Book Announcement

Madonna’s third book for children, Yakov and the Seven Thieves, will be published June 21 by New York-based Callaway Arts & Entertainment.
Yakov and the Seven Thieves is among five children’s books planned by Madonna, each set in a different time and place.
By Frank Micelotta, Getty Images
Written for readers age 6 and up, Madonna describes the book as “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.”
Yakov and the Seven Thieves is among five children’s books planned by the singer, each set in a different time and place. Her fourth book, The Adventures of Abdi, will be published on Nov. 8.
The announcement was made Monday by Nicholas Callaway, publisher and chief executive officer of Callaway Arts & Entertainment. The book will be distributed in the United States by the Penguin Group (USA) Inc.
source : The Associated Press

Madonna’s new movie !

Madonna will play the gunslinging 1920s movie star Texas Guinan in a new musical being produced by Martin Scorsese.
She will fill the leather chaps originally occupied by Courtney Love. The troubled rock star was cast as Guinan and even wrote a number of songs for the film before being dropped following her recent drug problems, according to the Sun.
The film, Hey Sucker!, takes its title from the infamous catchphrase which Guinan always delivered at the start of her baudy stage shows. The silent movie star was a legendary horseback rider who appeared in a wide range of Hollywood westerns and also became a prohibition-flouting nightclub hostess.
Madonna, who bought the rights to the film in 2001 through the movie arm of her production company Maverick, will co-produce with Scorsese. She will also take on Love’s songwriting duties.
It will be directed by Jeremy Scott, the music promo director who made Madonna’s high-profile anti-war video for her single American Life.
source :