Tagged: Madonna speaks
Refinery29 sat down with Madonna at Barneys Beverly Hills to talk about skin care, reinvention, and that one phrase she can’t stand. Read More
Madonna posted this lenghty message on her Instagram addressing the controversy sparkled from her outfit at the MET Ball Gala and proving once again that she’s never provocative without a reason and that she will never stop pushing buttons and boundaries. Read More
Seriously, you thought 25 things were enough to learn something about Madonna you didn’t know? US Weekly published a follow-up to their chat with the Queen of Pop, who had more to say about her family, filming Evita, the pitfalls of fame and who she might owe an apology to. Read More
US Weekly‘s Entertainment Director Ian Drew sat down with Madonna in New York City for a once-in-a-lifetime edition of 25 Things You Don’t Know About Me. Following last week’s teaser feature, they published the full story on their online website today – check it out! Read More
At 56, the Queen of Pop still has presence and charisma – and possesses far more natural beauty than unflattering paparazzi photos suggest, says Isabel Mohan on The Telegraph. Read More
The Madonna interview that aired this evening on Verissimo wrapped up the Rebel Heart promotion on the Italian media.
Lucilla Agosti talked to Madonna at Sotheby’s in New York City in January for another “tequila shot” interview – and ended up drinking one shot and a half.
Wanna know why? Read More
On the eve of the Rebel Heart album release Matthew Jacobs met Madonna at Interscope Records’ office near Times Square in New York City and their chat is online on the Huff Post website.
Among the various topics in the lenghty interview, Madonna gets back on capegate, commenting the reports from Milan and what Giorgio Armani had to say about her tumble at the Brit Awards, her upcoming performances on Ellen, and an appearance on David Letterman‘s show. Read More
Matt Kalkhoff from Edge took part to a roundtable interview with Madonna and select members of the LGBT press that took place last Monday at Interscope’s Midtown Manhattan offices.
Among the several questions, there were two subjects that will probably catch the attention of those who have been discussing them on the Madonna fansite forums over the past few months: how the album leak actually could happen, and how was it possible that the final version of the record leaked in January, when the security breach was already known, and what Madonna had to do to work on the final versions of the tracks she wrote with Team Avicii when the Swedish producer couldn’t keep working on the songs due to major health concerns. Read More