Madonna hasn’t been shy about expressing her distaste for Russia’s anti-gay laws, but now she’s joining the Human Rights Campaign’s “Love Conquers Hate” initiative to stop the country from targeting their citizens with hateful laws.
All hail Madonna. The Material Girl rakes in the big bucks to earn the honor of highest-paid musician of 2013.
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Madonna has been banned from a national theater chain after using her phone during a movie premiere. On Monday, the controversy set off a firestorm on Twitter.
Just because you’re Madonna doesn’t mean you can break the rules. At least, that’s what one chain of cinemas is trying to enforce.
In the essay, she takes us through her early days in New York, where she says she was not welcomed with open arms, but wasn’t discouraged thanks to Frida Kahlo.
“The NFL thing is completely ridiculous. It’s been making me laugh for a while, but now it’s so boring I don’t even laugh anymore.”
The decision to deny the pop star a stage in Russia reportedly comes in the wake of performances by Madonna and Lady Gaga, which struck controversy in the country when the two voiced their support for gay culture and equality
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A YouTube promotional clip shows Ora in scenes from a London photo shoot for the line, giving an advance look at the fall collection
The diverse list of musicians is packed with pop stars, classic rockers and R&B starlets, but it’s Lady Gaga who looms the largest on the power list, despite cutting her most recent tour short.