Serbian Gloria Magazine is also celebrating Madonna’s 60th Birthday. Their issue #790 (August 13 2018) features a 6-page feature about the Queen of Pop.
UK Magazine Reveal’s latest issue (#33, August 18-24) includes a 6-page feature celebrating Madonna’s 60th Birthday:
Italian Gioia Magazine’s issue #30 (August 11) includes a 5-page feature about Madonna and her 60th Birthday:
UK Daily Newspaper The I featured Madonna on the cover two days ago
The Queen of Pop is joining forces with the Prince of Monaco for a very important cause. Madonna has been named one of the event chairs at the Monte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean, a glitzy soiree being presided over by Prince Albert. The Monegasque royal and the musical icon has both put environmental causes at the forefront of their charity work and activism, so this seems like a match made in fundraising heaven!
“Taking care of the planet is incredibly important to me, so I am delighted to be supporting HSH Prince Albert of Monaco and his foundation,” said Madonna, who released the charity track “Hey You” for the Live Earth campaign in 2007. “The serenity and life of the oceans are under threat – we can make a difference now and should do everything possible to preserve it. The Monte Carlo Gala in September couldn’t be more needed to raise the money to help save our oceans.”
Madonna, who marks her milestone 60th birthday on Aug. 16, joins a star-studded roster of event chairs that includes Orlando Bloom, Goldie Hawn, Adrien Brody, Eva Longoria, Pierce Brosnan, Hugh Grant, Diane Lane, Robert F Kennedy, Andy Garcia, Olga Kurylenko and Chris Tucker. The evening’s co-chairs are some of the most beautiful women in the world, like models Karolina Kurkova, Sara Sampaio, Shanina Shaik, Karlie Kloss and Adriana Lima.
Prince Albert, 60, has long been an advocate for saving the sea, which he calls “our lifeblood,” and launched this gala last year to raise money for the cause. “Our living standards, economy and even our health depends on it. However, pressures from climate change and marine pollution are putting our ocean under severe stress,” he explained, adding that we can still turn it around. “I believe that there is hope, if we work hand-in-hand.”
Last year’s gala honoured Oscar winner and fierce environmentalist Leonardo DiCaprio with The Award of the Albert Monaco Foundation and raised enough money to put in place 37 new marine conservation programs in different parts of the world, plus two programs to fight plastic pollution. The actor was also responsible for Madonna and Prince Albert crossing paths last year at the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation’s fundraiser in St Tropez, where Her Madgesty performed a surprise series of hits to help raise $30 million for the planet.
Today’s edition of S Magazine (The Sunday Express supplement) includes a 4-page article dedicated to Madonna’s 60th Birthday:
Madonna will be on the cover of tomorrow’s issue of Notebook magazine (The Sunday Mirror free supplement Magazine) in the UK:
Madonna was featured on the cover of Tele Magazine issue #3275, dated August 11-17:
Madonna is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Tele Magazine in France:
As part of Billboard’s celebration of the 60th anniversary of our Hot 100 chart this week, we’re taking a deeper look at some of the biggest artists and singles in the chart’s history. Here, we revisit the ranking’s 100 biggest artists of all-time.
On Aug. 4 1958, Billboard launched the Hot 100, forever changing pop music — or at least how it’s measured. Sixty years later, the chart remains the gold-standard ranking of America’s top songs each week. And while what goes into a hit has changed (bye, bye jukebox play; hello, streaming!), attaining a spot on the list — or better yet, a coveted No. 1 — is still the benchmark to which artists explore, from Ricky Nelson on the first to Drake on the latest. Which brings us to this hottest-of-the-hot list: the 100 most massive artists over the charts six decades.
1. The Beatles
3. Elton John
4. Elvis Presley
5. Mariah Carey read more →