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  1. Simón.


    a rat is a rat and her name is Rhat
  2. Queen has finally woken Let's look at the albums that were paid DUST at Glasto Let's Get To it (USUAL) IP ( We got Roses but hey) X Kiss Me Once Fucking finally Queen has saved us from BANAL noises like... the entire X album. I really won, huh?
  3. Well, still good number for that country, i guess. No one else managed to do it for the last 5 years, she won. Second week at #1 tho
  4. Her fourth song to achieve this milestone.
  5. The evidence shows YES https://www.instagram.com/benhukin/
  6. The Graphic Links You To Each Thread Discuss Random Things In The Lounge Discuss The New Greatest Hits Album - Step Back In Time Discuss The Latest Single - New York City Discuss The Summer 2019 Tour Let Others Know What Kylie Song You Are Listening To Look At Who Else Loves Kylie And Use This Taglist To Get Others Attention
  7. Not only the queen of pop but also the king
  8. Her second Diamond single there after LWYMMD, I believe
  9. Apparently 11 will wear Madonna outfit and show will feature songs Angel and Material Girl and maybe more as its set in the year of begining of Madonna mania in USA.
  10. Wedding bells are reportedly on the way for Lourdes Leon Ciccone and her boyfriend Jonathan Puglia. As their two-year relationship continues to heat up, it has been speculated that it might not take a long time until the daughter of Madonna and the photographer/skateboarder walk down the aisle. Her friends tell Radar Online that 22-year-old Lourdes is "madly in love" with Jonathan to the point where she has started talking about trying the knot with him. It's also said that the lovebirds, who began dating back in 2017, have vacationed together and even visited Jonathan's family in Ohio, where Lourdes successfully impressed his mother. "Lola and Jonathan are very much in love. Everyone thinks they're perfect for each other, despite their very different backgrounds," a friend says to the publication, before adding that Madonna has approved of their relationship should they opt to take it to the next level. "Madonna approves, but the families have little in common and it's not likely they'll mix much!" Nothing has been confirmed as of now, though it's likely that Madonna won't make any comment on the matter as she has always been private when it comes to her children. The last time the Queen of Pop ever talked about Lourdes, who graduated from University of Michigan, was back in May, when she gushed over her in an interview with Vogue. Dubbing Lourdes "insanely talented," Madonna said, "I'm green with envy because she's incredible at everything she does she's an incredible dancer, she's a great actress, she plays the piano beautifully, she's way better than me in the talent department. But she doesn't have the same drive." She continued, "And again, I feel social media plagues her and makes her feel like, 'People are going to give me things because I'm her daughter.' I try to give her examples of other children of celebrities like Zoe Kravitz, for instance, who have to work through that 'Oh yea, you're the daughter of..' - and then eventually you are taken seriously for what you do. You just have to keep going." https://www.aceshowbiz.com/amp/news/view/00138485.html
  11. She’s the 7th woman to surpass this threshold at least once! She peaked at #9 back in May with 39 million, but I guess the influx of artists releasing has upped the average monthly listener statistics
  12. http://www.mediatraffic.de/albums-week27-2019.htm 2 / - week 2 Madonna - Madame X Interscope - 56.000 / 272.000
  13. 31 years ago today Kylie her debut album was released #1 in the UK and now she is heading for another #1 album this week in both the UK and Australia She should be so lucky indeed
  14. https://kontraband.store/kylie/makeup Its over for K**** ****** Anyway some really cool new stuff on her store as well as an awesome pic (not for sale) of all the AAA passes from her tours I+L onward
  15. http://www.mediatraffic.de/albums-week26-2019.htm Madonna - Madame X Interscope - 216.000 / 216.000
  16. The Queen of Pop — and of the gays — talks to Out about her performance at NYC Pride Madonna has just said my name and I don’t know what to do. It’s a Friday afternoon in New York City, the week before Pride, and I’m on the phone with the Queen of Pop. Her hit single “Medellín” has just gone number one, making it her 47th single to hit that position on the US dance charts. In a few days, Billboard will announce that her fourteenth studio album, Madame X, is her ninth album to reach number one on their 200 chart. A week later, she’ll headline New York City Pride. Yesterday, I was asked to send her a photo. How do you pick a selfie to send to Madonna? I start our conversation by congratulating her on the success of her new album, an experimental collection of overtly political pop songs (“God Control,” “I Rise”), slow burning dance tracks (“I Don’t Search I Find”), and stripped back bangers (“Extreme Occident”) that sounds like the spiritual successor of Ray of Light and American Life — if Confessions on a Dance Floor was the godmother. “Madame X is an evolution of everything I’ve done as an artist," she acknowledges. The icon is extremely demure about the acclaim, saying that even 14 albums in, it’s an honor to have her music appreciated. “It’s still exciting to have an album be so well received.” With this year’s Pride festivities celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, there was really no choice but Madonna for the closing performance at Pride Island. The landmark anniversary has the Material Girl reflecting on the history of the movement and speculating on its future. “It means everything to me to be at World Pride,” she says. “I’m proud of having been even a small part of fighting for LGBTQ+ equality.” But she acknowledges that “even though we have a lot to celebrate, we still have work to do.” Madonna has been doing that work since the early days of her fame — she famously included information about AIDS in the packaging of her 1989 album Like a Prayer and was vocal in interviews about her support for queer people at a time when that alliance could have derailed her career. That purity of purpose is still evident today on Madame X, which grapples with issues like gun control and political apathy, the latter being something Madonna is clearly not familiar with. In the music video for Madame X track “Dark Ballet,” the artist cast queer rapper Mykki Blanco as Joan of Arc, and the video ends with a message from Blanco: “I have walked this earth, Black, Queer and HIV positive, but no transgression against me has been as powerful as the hope I hold within.” The Wednesday before her Pride performance, Madonna released the music video for “God Control,” an eight-minute technicolor daydream that slips quickly into nightmare with senseless acts of gun violence happening at a nightclub, a clear homage to the massacre at Pulse in 2016 that claimed 49 lives, most of them queer people of color. “Wake up,” Madonna chants over and over, imploring viewers to demand gun control now — the video even includes a shot of queer activist group Gays Against Guns marching at Pride. “God Control” came complete with a trigger warning about the disturbing content, but advised that these horrors are “happening everyday” and must be stopped. “This is your wake up call,” she sings over the track’s disco beat. Pop music, Madonna tells me, is the perfect vehicle for activism “because it’s popular. Because people are listening, you’re able to get messages across you might not be able to otherwise.” She does confess that she wishes more contemporary pop artists would use their platforms to incite change. “I have always been an agent of change.” Earlier this year, M (as her team constantly refers to her, something I’m all too happy to pick up — we’re friends now!) rang in the New Year at the Stonewall Inn, compelling revelers to “never forget the Stonewall riots and those who bravely stood up and said ‘enough.’” She accepted GLAAD’s Advocate for Change Award and delivered a powerful speech about her decades of queer activism. “Why have I always fought for change?” she asked at the time. “It’s a hard question to answer. It’s like trying to explain the importance of breathing or the need to love.” Hours after I speak with Madonna, Ty Sunderland’s monthly pop dance party Heaven on Earth sets sail for a special nautical edition honoring Madonna, a theme Sunderland decided on before he learned the Queen would be performing at Pride. Every time Sunderland dropped a Madonna track, an instant change swept over the crowd. “She has this power that, regardless of your age, you know the song and you love the song,” he recalls. “She’s one of the ultimate connections for multiple generations of gay people, there’s something unifying about her. I can be playing ‘Like a Prayer’ for a bunch of 20 year-olds or a bunch of 50 year-olds, and everyone is going to be screaming the lyrics.” Drag Race winner Aquaria was the party’s guest DJ — she showed up in a full Madame X look, which she calls “secret agent prostitute” — and was struck by the enduring power of Madonna’s legacy. “She’s this example of bravery and strength,” Aquaria says. “She never backed down, she was always fighting for something. She’s a woman with extremely strong opinions and, with queer people being a marginalized group, we gravitate towards people who take a stance and want to do good in the world.” That fight is what’s inspired Madonna to keep creating music, to keep fighting for change. Her greatest triumph, she reveals, is motherhood. “My children are the most important thing in my life,” she insists. And perhaps that’s part of why queer people love Madonna so intensely and enduringly. Throughout her career, she’s been pop’s most striking maternal figure — after all, she's named after her own mother and one of the most famous mothers in history. But this is one mother who won’t disapprove of your Pride revelry. Before we hang up, I ask Madonna the burning question on everyone's minds: Is Madame X a top or a bottom? “She’s both,” she laughs. “I don’t like choosing sides." https://www.out.com/music/2019/6/27/exclusive-madonna-madame-worldpride
  17. (Second upload has 1.6m views) A classic.
  18. A top three livelie moment ever honestly Amazing vocals, visuals, look, cover, rare songs
  19. (CNN) — Madonna will launch an exclusive limited-run SiriusXM music channel, "Madonna's Madame X Radio," July 1, a SiriusXM spokesperson tells CNN. The channel will showcase music from Madonna's legendary career, including her latest album, "Madame X." Besides her extensive catalogue of songs, the channel will also feature exclusive stories from Madonna about her life and legacy, the making of her songs, and her love of art and music. "This channel brings you into the intricate world of Madame X," says Madonna. "You'll learn more about the creative process behind my latest album and gain a deeper understanding of what drives me as an artist and a performer." The channel will launch following Madonna's Pride Island appearance in New York City. It will run 24 hours a day through Wednesday, July 31 on SiriusXM radios (ch. 4), the SiriusXM app and web player. "Madonna is an artist who is the very definition of a musical and cultural icon. Her voice, songwriting, performances, and life's work has made her a universal force. Along the way she has created some of the most creative and biggest-selling albums of all time. Our exclusive channel celebrating Madonna is a truly comprehensive deep dive into the music of one of the world's most legendary artists," said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. https://edition-m.cnn.com/2019/06/28/entertainment/madonna-siriusxm-channel/index.html