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Madonna News - April 2010

Update on Madonna’s Malawi visit

US pop diva Madonna jets into Malawi on Monday to inspect construction work of a $15m girls’ academy by her charity Raising Malawi, the academy’s chief executive officer said on Friday.

The singer, who will travel with her biological children Rocco and Lourdes and two adopted Malawian children David Banda and Chifundo ‘Mercy’ James, will visit the academy on Tuesday, said CEO Anjimile Mtila-Oponyo.

AFP

R.I.P.: Caresse Henry, Madonna’s Former Manager

Caresse Henry, who managed Madonna from about 1997 till 2005, encompassing creative highpoints Ray of Light and Music, has died.

She had previously been Madonna’s personal assistant, testifying in the trial that sent Madonna’s stalker Robert Hoskins to jail.

source: boyculture

Madonna with Caresse Henry

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*UPDATE*

CNN: Caresse Henry, 44, of Laguna Beach, California died suddenly on March 31st in Irvine, California. Despite rumors to the contrary, the cause of death has not been determined and is currently under investigation. Born in Los Angeles, Ms. Henry managed Madonna’s career for 10 years. She went on to briefly manage Ricky Martin, Jessica Simpson, Joss Stone, Paula Abdul and Andrew Dice Clay. Henry is survived by her two children, Honour Kristen Norman and Ava Caresse Hinojosa who both reside in Los Angeles.

Sticky & Sweet Tour – Entertainment Weekly Review

Hard Candy was very 
minor Madonna, but her world tour behind it was a straight-up (disco) ball. And while this live CD-DVD can’t replicate being there, Sticky & Sweet – taped in Buenos Aires in 2008 — does capture the show’s rejuvenative streak, as on the electro-garage ”Hung Up.” Props, too, for a behind-the-scenes doc that actually goes behind the scenes. Auditioning for Madge: intense!
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