The Queen sat down with 106.7 Lite fm’s Cubby and Christine in front of an audience of hundreds of lucky NYC fans gathered at the iHeartRadio Theater in New York City on Thursday for iHeartRadio ICONS with Madonna: In Celebration of Madame X
The event streamed on LiveXLive and YouTube last night, 21 June. Madonna looked relaxed and in a very good mood and the chat turned out to be one of the most informative interviews of the Madame X era so far. Read More
Madonna‘s first Australian interview in years aired on Tuesday on Channel 7. The podcast of the 30 minute chat Madame X had with Andrew Denton for his Interview in London is available now. Read More
Madame X is all over the daily Italian press this morning, with beautifully illustrated stories – often full page ones – reporting from what looks to be a panel interview for the launch of the new album at a mysterious private club in London.
Italian fans can find Madame X on the pages of la Repubblica, Corriere della Sera, Il Giornale, il Messaggero and the three variations of Quotidiano Nazionale (Il Giorno, La Nazione, Il Resto del Carlino). Read More
With Madame X in full promo mode on, the reviews of the new album are making way to more intriguing interview stories.
The Sun‘s Dan Wootton, talks to Madonna in her London house on a special 30 minute episode of The Dan Wootton Interview, the only podcast interview promo for the new album. Read More
Madame X is an… NME cover star.
This week’s Big Read finds Madonna pushing the boundaries and cha-cha-cha-ing her way to pop glory – talking to NME Editor Charlotte Gunn about sex, gender, pride, politics, music and evolution. Read More
Madame X joined Hughesy & Kate for her only Australian radio interview today on The Hit Network. Don’t miss the video interview! Read More
In a new interview with Reuters filmed at the press junket in London the other day, Madonna discusses the political themes on her new album – gun control, poverty and the marginalized, her desire to “fight back” in what she sees as a frightening modern world, and how she was horrified by moves to restrict LGTBQ and women’s rights, namely in her native United States. Read More