Madonna will be featured on the cover of the latest issue of Greek Harper’s Bazaar.
Magazine goes on sale this Saturday, March 25th.
* sorry about the lq photo, we’ll update as soon as a better one is available.
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Madonna’s obsessed fan has his eye on a $5 million prize for allegedly being beaten and arrested by New York’s finest.
Robert Linhart — a retired FDNY firefighter — was busted back in 2010 after he camped outside Madonna’s pad, waving a sign that read, “M, the Universe brought us together in 1992 and again this year in Prague. Meet me please XXX.” Cops told him to leave, he refused so he was arrested.
Linhart was convicted of resisting arrest but filed suit against the city and several NYPD cops. Linhart accuses cops of turning him into their personal punching bag by kicking and beating him in the back, neck, shoulders and arms.
We’ve learned Linhart has now named his price to make the lawsuit go away — $5 MILLION.
It’s unclear how much, if anything, the city is willing to pay, but we know Linhart’s lawyer, Pete Gleason, has a meeting with city lawyers April 25.
We reached out to New York city officials, but they had no comment.
#7 Gwen Stefani – Make Me Like You – $4 million
#6 Guns n Roses – Estranged – $4 million
#5 Michael Jackson – Black or White – $4 million
#4 and #3 Madonna – Express Yourself and Bedtime Story – $5 million
#2 Madonna – Die Another Day $6.1 million
#1 Michael and Janet Jackson – Scream – $7 million
Madonna going to / leaving the Purim Party (March 12 2017)
Sometimes you just have to take off the mask and confess! 💛🐗😇🎉😂🙏🏻 Thank you @jr
Elegant and Lady Like. Confident yet Loving. 💛 Thats what matters! 🐗 @stevenkleinstudio 🎉 happy Purim!
Beauty and the Beast ! 💛🐗👩⚕️🎉🎉🎉😂
Madonna via Instagram
The “IT Couple” Happy Purim to my Princess @madonna Love is beyond the masks we wear in this lifetime
Steven Klein via Instagram
Lucky Records revealed that “Madonna Dance Mix” EP will be released for this year’s Record Store Day.
The vinyl is a limited edition (8000 copies) and will be available on April 22nd 2017.
A1 : Into The Groove / 4:40
A2 : Angel / 6:15
B1 : Material Girl / 6:05
B2 : Holiday / 6:08
Even Madonna finds time in her schedule to squeeze in a workout … or five.
On Tuesday, Soulcycle Master Instructor Stacey Griffith revealed that the Queen of Pop works out for five hours a day.
“Pro athletes train all day. Madonna trains all day. She trains for five hours a day, non-stop,” she said during a Q&A with Kelly Ripa at the 92nd St Y.
Griffith, whose book “Two Turns From Zero” hit shelves Tuesday, recalled training the singer, who she calls “M.”
“It’s surreal … those moments when I think about moments in my life that I would want to have happen and I do my visualizations in my own way, in my own special way in my office. I do my meditations and my mantras, and one day I was in the room doing a private, just me at like 3:30 in the afternoon. Music playing. It’s me, Madonna and Craig, her trainer,” she said.
“I’m like ‘Hang on a second, Stacey. You’re training Madonna. Just sit in it for a second.’”
Beyoncé, Madonna, Coldplay and John Legend are among the artists to sign an open letter marking International Women’s Day in this “critical moment in history.”
“Recent legislation and rhetoric have put decades of progress for girls and women at risk,” the signees wrote in the open letter on behalf of Global Citizen and Chime for Change.
“All over the world, women are on the frontlines fighting for our future. Yet millions of girls and women are still denied basic equal rights. And recent policies and appointments in the United States jeopardize its position as a global leader and positive role model on human rights. We stand together to say, in a voice louder than ever, that fighting for gender equality is the emergency and the opportunity of our time.”
Actresses like Julia Roberts, Freida Pinto, Jada Pinkett-Smith, Dakota Johnson and Salma Hayek, who co-founded Chime for Change with Beyoncé, also signed the letter, which also demand gender equality.
“This is about hearing a call – to join us wherever you are. About raising an alarm – drawing attention where there is work to be done. And about celebrating – those who are already showing us, against impossible odds, what is possible,” they continued.
“We believe that connection empowers us. That every voice matters. That each one of us is needed to achieve change. We believe we can do extraordinary things when we come together.” more →
Vogue Deutschland, April 2017 issue