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Madonna News - July 2013

Event: Songs of Praise – Like A Prayer London Party

Songs of Praise is back again and in the month of our lady’s birth, we’re throwing our favourite Material Girl a True Blue birthday bash. That’s right, love her or loathe her, Madonna is the undisputed “Queen of Pop” and we intend to have a Celebration!

For those of you that want to know What It Feels Like For A Girl, we encourage you to Express Yourself by serving us your favourite Madge inspired look – prizes for the BEST, WORST and FUNNIEST outfits, so Keep It Together and we’ll be asking Who’s That Girl!

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Instagram: We Did it Again!

“We Did it Again! You donated and I Matched! 2:1! So Proud to be Supporting Dr. Sakeena Yakobi build her schools with #ChimeforChange. The Revolution of Love is Growing! Thanks to all of you!”

Madonna Instagram: We Did it Again

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Madonna and Guy Ritchie celebrate Rocco’s Bar Mitzvah

Madonna and Guy Ritchie reunited to form one big happy family this weekend!

The couple didn’t end their marriage on the best terms back in 2008, but the two are getting along now — or at least they are putting up quite the show for sole biological child. The former couple reunited on Friday and Saturday to celebrate son Rocco’s bar mitzvah.

The bar mitzvah ceremony was held Saturday at the Kabbalah Centre in New York City, but the entire family gathered one night earlier at the venue for a little pre-manhood festivities. Madonna and Guy were very cordial and looked “so proud” of Rocco, the onlooker says of the singer and her ex.

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Madonna, Defend Paris Team Up for Human Rights Campaign

Madonna playing Defense:
Madonna’s mystery video now has a name. The gritty dance/fashion film the singer shot with Steven Klein #secretproject video is part of a campaign to raise money for human rights causes through a new label inspired by old-school streetwear called Defend Paris. Madonna was among the first to wear a black and white screen-printed hoodie from its inaugural collection in May, featuring an assault rifle emblazoned in the center of the logo. The singer’s boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat, is among a group behind the label, a cloak and dagger operation that has promoted itself with imagery utilizing gun violence as a narrative. For now, the Paris-based designers wish to remain anonymous. But a spokesperson for the collective says Zaibat will appear in ad imagery on Defend’s newly-launched website, which includes a lookbook and e-store of black and white hoodies, sweatshirts, tank tops, T-shirts and hats. The items, made in France, retail for 25-55€. The spokesperson would not say if Madonna will be involved in the design process, although several high-profile figures are being lined up for collaborations, each choosing a charity they would like to “defend.” Zachary Quinto will be among those designing collections and Chris Brown, Rihanna and Steve Aoki have also been seen wearing the brand. “Some of them will design Defend Paris clothing,” the spokesperson said, adding, “Some of them just loved the concept… and supported us.” Proceeds will be donated to a cause of each designer’s choice.
WWD