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Madonna News - July 2009

Bruno blast for ex pal Madonna

Camp comic character Bruno has branded Madonna a “transsexual child catcher”.

He told Attitude magazine: “Ich divide Madonna into ze following eras: Puppy Fat (Like Ein Virgin); Skanky Marilyn (True Blue); Tzitzen Out (Vogue, Erotica); Total Scheisse (the 90s); und her current, Transsexual Child Catcher.”

Full interview in Attitude magazine, out now.

source: mirror

Europe To Turn Sticky & Sweet In 3 days


We’re now just 3 days away from the opening night of Madonna’s 2009 Sticky & Sweet Tour! The Material Girl and her whole band are busy rehearsing for the show, which will be played 29 times in 25 different cities all over Europe from July 4th to August 2nd. The 2009 leg of the tour is to feature some changes, including a couple of songs that were not performed last year, so get ready for what promises to be another amazing experience!

While we all can’t wait for the tour to begin, we are happy to share 2 photos taken during the rehearsals in New York City :

Madonna rehearsing for Sticky & Sweet Tour in New YorkMadonna rehearsing for Sticky & Sweet Tour in New York

Marilyn Minter Does Madonna

Madonna fans heading to the latest leg of her Sticky & Sweet tour, which kicks back off in London on Saturday, are in for a surprise. The opening song, “Candyshop,” will be performed under a pair of giant luscious, pink lips licking and sucking on sparkly gold, orange, silver and green goo. The nine-minute video, titled “Green Pink Caviar,” is a new addition to the tour courtesy of artist Marilyn Minter, whose photographic work is in Madonna’s personal collection. “When I heard Madonna might be interested [in the video], I said, ‘Wow, how much does she want me to pay her?’” laughs Minter, who was initially told it was too late to insert anything into the tour. Apparently it was too good to resist and became part of the show.

“Then [Madonna] actually paid me a bunch of money and sent tickets,” said Minter, who is on her way to the U.K. for her first-ever Madonna concert to see her video in action.

Minter-watchers will recognize the short as a movie “trailer” that played at the Sunshine Cinemas and on a Times Square screen earlier this year. It will also feature on two large screens in Los Angeles when Minter’s next show opens at Regen Projects on Oct. 24.

source: wwd