Archivos diarios: mayo 21, 2011
He talks about Lady Gaga, Madonna mentioned in the process …“She [Lady Gaga] exhibitionnism overcomes his insecurities. I think that is what leadsto it(…)
Looking around her these days, you will realize that she has changed so much.Rememberthat Poker Face: It was swollen and common …
Today, he lost much weight, is very thin. Growing up was probably fascinated byskinny girls…
On the contrary, Madonna was very nice when it started, while it was so cute Gaga.
Now she is using her body as a tool for conflict.
When he started the dress in a poor quality rock made it even uglier, but now it hasbecomebeautiful. (…)
Because she is very intelligent. Brilliant, even.
It is intelligence that makes it a lot. “
La revista musical Gigwise ha tomado una mirada retrospectiva a otros videos musicales impactantes donde ha escogido lo mejor de cada casa desde Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, George Michael pasando por Madonna donde sale mensionada dos veces en esta lista. Aqui os dejamos los dos videos destacados de Madonna.
6. Madonna: Like A Prayer ‘
At the beginning of 1989 Madonna introduced her new single “Like A Prayer ‘whichwas, andremains, the most controversial professional moment.
Video recording appears crosses, stigmata and Madge kissing a black Jesus.
The Vatican has openly slammed for linking eroticism with religion.
In light of the video, Pepsi drinks company even revoke its sponsorship of the Virgin.
27. Madonna: “Justify My Love ‘
Filmed at a time when Madonna was bad horn, which had just released ‘Sex’ book,the veryhot 1990 presented a very exaggerated Madge video up to all sorts with histhen partner TonyWard.
As expected banned by MTV, the video made headlines and the latter became a bestsellerwhen it was released on video a few months later.
Great parody, it is hard to take seriously the video today.
This week, Guy Oseary, Madonna’s manager, and Live Nation launch a new venture:RockPaperPhoto, an online art gallery selling limited edition hand signed andunpublished images of over 1,000 artists from BB King and James Brown to GreenDay and Gwen Stefani, passing, of course, Madonna.The site includes works of 70 photographers recognized names such as BaronWolman, IanDickson, Deborah Feingold and Michael Putland. To visit this new venture, entering >>>CLICK HERE <<<