On May 10, 1991 – thirty years ago today – Madonna: Truth or Dare (or In Bed with Madonna if you live abroad) was released. The documentary film directed by Alek Keshishian premiered out of competition at the Cannes Film Festival the same year. It followed the Queen of Pop on her 1990 Blond Ambition Tour and lead the path to generations of tour documentaries. Read More
Tagged: Blond Ambition Tour
On July 10th, 1990 Madonna performed at the Stadio Flaminio in Rome, the first of two concerts in Italy that Summer.
The show was welcomed by an extra dose of controversy in the country, with a criticism to which Madonna responded with the now-famous Vatican speech she addressed the press with when she had just landed in Rome’s Ciampino airport the day before. Read More
Marking 26 years from Madonna’s third and final Blond Ambition Tour show at the SkyDome in Toronto on May 29, David Friend from The Canadian Press got in touch with Supt. Frank Bergen, who remembers it well as he was a Toronto constable at the time. Looking back, he says the controversy immortalized in the Truth or Dare 1991 documentary film didn’t exactly capture the full story. Read More
Blond Ambition Dancers And Backup Singer Share Memories Of Life On The Road During The Historic Tour
Ahead of the L.A. showing of Madonna’s Truth or Dare as part of Outfest’s Legacy Project, Heath Daniels at Queerty chatted with a number of people depicted in the the documentary.
This very special Cast of characters included Donna De Lory, Carlton Wilborn, Kevin Stea, Luis Camacho and Slam. Read More
25 years ago in July, Madonna was touring Europe with her most famous show ever, the Blond Ambition Tour, a show that generated excitment, and controversy all over the world. Those amazing days were then captured on film by director Alek Keshishian in the Truth or Dare documentary.
On July 10th, 1990 Madonna brought her Blond Ambition Tour to the Stadio Flaminio in Rome, Italy.
The show was welcomed by an extra dose of controversy in Italy, with a criticism to which Madonna responded with the now-famous “Vatican speech” she addressed the press with when she had just landed in Rome’s Ciampino airport. 25 years later, many things have changed, but many also haven’t at all. Read More
The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier – From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk exhibition is finally on at the Grand Palais in Paris, and in a candid interview with the Associated Press, the French couturier looks back through his four decades of creations and recalls the surprising origin of the bustier that first made him a household name in the U.S. – when a certain pop star from Michigan wore it on her Blond Ambition Tour in 1990. Read More