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It’s confusing

From Madonna’s Instagram:

Its confusing. Nipples are considered forbidden and provocative but exposing your ass is not. #flummoxed

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‘Adé: A Love Story’ Finds Its Writer

In an exclusive story today The Hollywood Reporter breaks the news that Dianne Houston has signed on to adapt for the big screen Rebecca Walker’s “Adé: A Love Story“, the story of a 19-year-old American student traveling with a feminist companion in Africa who falls in love with a young Muslim man on an island off the coast of Kenya.

Back in May it was reported that CAA was arranging financing while Madonna and the producers were reportedly on the hunt for a screenwriter to adapt the book. And the news is in today that they find the right writer in African-American film director, producer and screenwriter Dianne Houston, who also wrote “Take the Lead”, the 2006 movie starring Antonio Banderas and who is also working on a bipic based on the life of rapper Missy Elliot.

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”I proposed to her three times, but she refused me every time”

The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk went down under for its 10th stop since its opening at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2011, and Jane Rocca at The Weekly Review visited the exhibition with the designer himself as a very special guide.

In front of the first corset dress he designed in the early ’80s on display in the “boudoir” section of the exhibition’s themed rooms – a piece that made way for his cone-bra concept, here comes Madonna in the discussion.

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You could thread a needle with a teardrop from my eye

Madonna’s Instagram posts over the week-end are often quite intimate and focus on her family life. This past weekend was no exception and gave us a nice update about how the gorgeous Lola and Rocco are growing up – but Madonna also took the time to share what seems to be a bit of lyrics from her “Messiah” song.

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Nile Rodgers: Madonna knows best

In an interview with Q Magazine legendary musician and producer Nile Rodgers mentions “Do as Madonna says” as one of his golden rules for life.

Do as Madonna says. When I did Like a Virgin, I thought Material Girl was the best song to lead with. Madonna was convinced it was Like a Virgin. But I was like, ‘Material Girl’s ten times better.’